A guide to Prague and European cities.
Walk in Prague
The best way to get to know Prague is on foot. This simple truth is a fact that anyone can easily verify. We have prepared walks for you in unusual places, known and unknown. What do our routes have in common?
The main goal is to take you to beautiful and unique places. Get to know architecture, views and green spaces that you may not have known.
The routes avoid busy areas, although they are sometimes in close proximity. We will show you a lesser known but even more interesting face of the city of Prague.
Taxi from Prague airport to Karlovy Vary
Prague Beer Tour
The legend of the iron man
Make a wish on the Charles Bridge
Blessed Elekta of the Carmelites
One day trips around Prague, Czech Republic and European cities
Mineral springs in Karlovy Vary
What minerals are there in thermal springs in Karlovy Vary
Hotels and apartments
Prague is one of the most popular European cities.
Paris is the most beautiful city on the planet
Dolomites in South Tyrol
According to the comparative statistics of the European Association of Urban Marketing, Prague ranks fifth in terms of the number of overnight stays by foreign tourists and in the total number of overnight stays in the seventh.
Urban tourism is growing steadily, with an average annual growth rate of overnight stays in 126 European cities in 2019 at 4.8%. The 5.5% increase recorded in Prague is one of the highest observed in the sample.
In 2019, Prague, with a total of 16.8 million overnight stays (+ 5.5%), overtook Vienna, Amsterdam and Hamburg. And with 15 million (+ 4.7%) overnight stays of foreign guests, it was better than Berlin, Vienna, Madrid or Budapest.
The main source countries of European urban tourism are the USA, Italy, Germany, Spain, France, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium and the United Kingdom, of which about 30% of the total number of visitors arrives. The number of tourists arriving from China is constantly increasing, increasing by 3.8% in 2019. On the contrary, we are seeing a large decline in tourists from Russia, in 2019 the decline is 9.7%.
“Last year was once again extremely successful for European urban tourism, despite major challenges and challenges. Terrorist attacks in Europe, especially in Paris, demonstrate the instability and the importance and strength of tourism. Remote markets such as China and Japan are highly vulnerable to potential risks that negatively impact tourism in 2019. However, in the last quarter of last year the situation has improved, tourists are slowly returning to Paris, and we are seeing an increase in the number of tourists from countries where their numbers have declined in recent years, such as Russia, ”says Dieter Hardt-Stremair.