Thanks to its charming medieval beauty, Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, is one of the most magnificent places in the world that everyone must visit at least once. Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, and the Dancing House are just some of the tourist spots that you must visit when in Prague, but here are some hidden gems that are also worth your attention.
Tunnel Of Books
Public libraries are not really top tourist spots, but Prague Municipal Library is a hidden gem that every bookworm must visit when in Prague. Here you’ll find one of the most amazing book sculptures in the world—an endless tunnel of books that’s great for snapping cool photos.
Don’t miss out on passing through this street on your way to Prague castle, because Thunovská is probably the prettiest and most romantic street in Prague.
If you need a place to rest before going up to Prague Castle, Wallenstein garden is the perfect place to visit. This hidden oasis is perfect for tourists who want to relax, listen to music or relax in nature while enjoying lovely views.
Jubilee Synagogue, or Jerusalem Synagogue, is located on Jerusalem Street and is easy to miss for tourists who don’t know about it. The synagogue was built in 1906 and it’s the largest one in Prague.