Prague is like a living fairytale, filled with fantastic buildings from different centuries. The view from the Charles Bridge over the Vltava River and the red brick roofs is among the most beautiful in Europe. Prague Castle is the biggest mediaeval castle in the world, and the St. Vitus Cathedral and the Church of our Lady Before Týn are wonderful examples of gothic architecture. The beautiful baroque buildings in Malá Strana, or the Little Quarter, look like beautifully detailed dollhouses.
Built in Art Noveau style, Hotel Evropa on the lively Wenceslas Square offers a luxurious stay and the numerous outdoor restaurants around the square are perfect for sampling the world-famous Czech beer. The futuristic Dancing house by Frank Gehry creates an interesting contrast with the historical buildings. To gain insight into the rich history of Prague which spans over a thousand years, visit the City Museum, Museum of Communism and the Jewish quarter Josefov.