The thought of Prague often invokes images of colorful buildings and stunning bridges that look as though they jumped off the pages of a fairytale. This picturesque city is an architect’s dream. With Gothic churches, Baroque statues, Romanesque rotundas and everything in between, Prague’s rich history produced an inspiring variety of architecture. Read on for a design tour of one of Europe’s most beloved cities!

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Hotel Josef

The award-winning Hotel Josef is nestled on a quiet side street in the center of Prague. In contrast with its medieval surroundings, this hotel features ultra-modern design and striking glass architecture. Guests at Hotel Josef can enjoy the tranquil courtyard, state-of-the-art amenities and gorgeous views of the city. The location is also ideal for tourists and within walking distance from Prague Castle and Old Town Square.
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The Municipal House

With its impressive eight-story columns and Italian marble exterior, Jones Hall has been dazzling visitors since 1966. This historic theater was designed with the unique ability to customize its acoustics for different types of performances. The ceiling is comprised of 800 hexagonal segments that allow it to be easily raised and lowered. Among other accolades, the building won the American Institute of Architects’ Honor Award in 1967. Today, you can book a performance with the Houston Symphony or Society for the Performing Arts!
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Café Savoy

At Café Savoy, the menu isn’t the only thing that is impressive! The wooden interior is brought to life by sparkling chandeliers and a magnificent Neo-Renaissance ceiling dating back to 1893. Café Savoy is one of Prague’s most historic cafés and the perfect place for breakfast, brunch or to try traditional Czech pastries.

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Prague Castle

The largest ancient castle in the world, Prague Castle features nearly every architectural style that has come around since the 9th century. Since its opening in approximately 880 A.D., this breathtaking castle has undergone many major reconstructions to preserve its grandeur. Prague Castle is the official residence of the President of the Czech Republic but guests can visit its many churches, gardens and the famous St. Vitus Cathedral.
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Svatá Klára

Be sure to book dinner reservations at Svatá Klára for a romantic and unforgettable dining experience. Once a 17th century wine cellar, Svatá Klára was built into a series of natural caves in Prague’s Troja neighborhood. This cavernous restaurant offers a selection of gourmet Czech dishes for diners to enjoy at charming candlelit tables.

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U Fleku

The Czech Republic has a reputation for brewing some of the best beer in the world. With eight sprawling halls that serve its signature dark lager, U Fleku does not disappoint! This legendary establishment is the only brewery in Central Europe that has been brewing continuously for over 500 years. Visitors and locals alike flock to U Fleku for authentic Czech beer, live music and good company. Guests are seated together at long, wooden tables so you might even leave with some new friends!
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