One of the historical buildings of Prague is the beautiful Klementinum. It is the second largest complex of buildings after the Prague Castle, and it is also an important cultural and educational landmark of Czechia. Klementinum is situated in the touristic part of the city – between the Old Town Square and the Charles Bridge. There are many ways to get there, but the easiest way one would be to use the metro. Just get off at the Staroměstská station (A/green line or the metro) and walk about 5-10 minutes to the final destination. You will enjoy the magnificent and breathtaking architecture of the buildings and monuments while reaching Klementinum. It was founded in 1556, after Jesuit’s arrival to Bohemia.
Prague is a magnificent city with a rich history and breathtaking architecture. Walking around the Old Town is one of Prague’s perks (despite the crowded streets!): it allows you to enjoy the Gothic buildings, which were not ruined during wars or invasions. Most of the Czech citizens and expats get to admire such city views daily while going to school, university or work. But if you really had to cherry-pick or were in Prague only for a few days, where would you go? We decided to inspire you with the top 5 places where you can get some spectacular views of Prague! 1. Letna Gardens The first place, which has a great view of the entire Prague, is Letná Gardens.
If you haven’t yet heard, there is a church full of bones located in the village of Kutna Hora about an hour east from Prague. It’s picking up a lot of hype and we can see why. This bone church is filled with bones and skulls from nearly 70,000 victims of the plague. Although it can be a bit eerie and cold, the sight is definitely worth the trip. Inside the church (Sedlec Monastery), you can see interesting configurations on how the bones are set up and displayed. You can see some of the bones arranged as some sort of shield, chandelier and into many decorations. Although it’s not as big as the catacombs in other parts of the world,