Heavily laden with sightseeing attractions, this beautiful Baroque city is a major lure for tourists. Each day of their stay at Corinthia Prague guests choose a complimentary ticket to a must-see attraction, among them:
Old Town Hall Tower: Affords some of the best city views from the top of this 14 th Century tower (pictured above right). Its astronomical clock is worth watching on the hour, every hour, for the procession of the 12 apostles
Alfons Mucha Museum: One of Art Nouveau’s most celebrated artists. The Museum’s 100+ exhibits include paintings, photographs, drawings and personal memorabilia.
Žižkov Tower: The jury’s out whether this TV tower is a monument to Prague’s communist architecture or a funky place from which to look out over the city (pictured above left). It’s the tallest tower in Prague at 216m high.
Franz Kafka Museum: The museum tracks the life of Prague’s most celebrated literary son through an exhibition of his letters, diaries, photographs as well as period newspapers and videos.