- A - Cerna Ruze Shopping Centrum
One of Prague's more modern malls, shops here include Jean Paul Gaultier, Adidas and Pierre Cardin along with some Czech department stores and a cinema.
- B - Charles Bridge
An essential sight to see whilst in Prague is this landmark historical bridge and its bridge tower. The bridge tower is recognized as one of the finest Gothic towers is Europe. In the evenings expect to find traders, merchants and various street vendors vying for your attention on the bridge.
- C - Myslbek Centre
This is one of Prague's best malls. It features some popular chains like Next , Guess and Calvin Klein along with some traditional Czech stores. Marks & Spencer is also located here together with a number of dining opportunities.
- D - National Technical Museum
Hosting a goldmine of artifacts relating to the history of technology in the Czech Republic, you can see classic old airplanes, cars, motorbikes and bicycles; but the standout feature is the private railway carriage of Archduke Franz Ferdinand which is on display.
- E - National Theatre Prague
Prague's National Theatre is a cultural institution within the Czech Republic. Opened first in 1881 it has had some reconstruction work over the years but has lost none of its charm. Today it is home to three artistic styles; ballet, drama and opera.
- F - Old Town Square
One of Prague's busiest and most popular areas, Old Town Square is home to markets, churches and the Jan Hus statue which was erected in 1915. It is a popular meeting site for locals and tourists alike.
- G - Palladium Shopping Centre
This modern mall opened in October 2007 and is the Czech Republic's largest mall. There are 200 stores here along with 30 cafes and restaurants. It is the location of some of Prague's most luxurious stores including Gucci, Armani and Valentino.
- H - Prague Astronomical Clock
One of Prague's most popular sites, this clock is located in Old Town Square and dates back to the early 15th century. The upper and lower clock faces have different aspects. On the hour, a procession of the Twelve Apostles appears in the window in the upper part of the clock. In the lower clock lie 12 medallions with the signs of the zodiac.
- I - Prague Castle
The Guinness Book of Records names Prague Castle as the largest ancient castle on the planet, with the history of the castle dating back to the ninth century. The Basilicas of St George and St. Vitus were founded in the tenth century. St George's Monastery was founded in AD 973. Nowadays the castle is the seat of the President of the Czech Republic. The castle is now home to several museums and tourists can visit most parts of the castle.
- J - Prague Markets
Prague is famed for its Christmas markets but nowadays there are year-round markets in Prague for visitors to enjoy. Havels Market in the centre of Prague is among the most popular featuring merchants selling a wide array of goods from fruit to leathers. A true Prague experience.
- K - Prague Zoo
Housing over 4500 animals across 111 acres, Prague's Zoo was first opened in 1931. A popular attraction for children and adults alike Prague Zoo was named as "The 7th Best Zoo in the World" by Forbes Traveller magazine in 2008.
- L - Rudolfinum
This classic neo-renaissance building was built between 1876 and 1874. It was once home to the Czech Parliament until the Nazi invasion of 1938. Returned in 1946 it is now home to the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra and the Prague Spring International Music Festival. The auditorium itself was opened in 1885.
- M - Saint Vitus Cathedral
Situated within Prague Castle this majestic cathedral is considered Prague's most important. Work began in 1344 but was not completed until six centuries later. It is home to the Archbishop of Prague and Kings and Queens were crowned here. The skyline of the cathedral is a joy to behold and you should ensure a visit whilst in Prague.
- N - Vysehrad Cemetery
Located on the grounds of Vysehrad Cathedral this cemetery which was founded in 1869 is the final resting ground for many prominent Czech citizens from the world of arts, science and politics including Dvorak, Jan Neruda and many others.
- O - Wenceslas Square
Amongst Prague's most famous square is where a combination of Czech souvenir shops can be found featuring porcelain figures, toys, sweets and postcards.