Prague’s peerless perfection

Stunning architecture, spectacular views amid flurries of snow and characterful cafés make Prague the city to beat all others

19th February, 2017
Prague’s extensive Old Town survived World War II practically

We’re not sure when exactly we started to feel that Prague had one – or even two – over any other European city we have been to. It may have been during our visit to the Franz Kafka Museum (which we were disappointed to have found easily enough – it really should have been much more difficult to locate).

As we walked around its extensive range of grainy exhibits that document the life,...

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