One of the shows you cannot miss on your trip to the Czech Republic are the famous performances of the Black Theater. A theatrical technique that was born in the 50s, where the actors move on a completely dark stage and thanks to their dark costumes they seem to float in the environment. Actors generally do not speak text, but convey the action and their emotions only through body language, gestures, and facial expressions. A unique artistic experience that you must see!
The first Czech brewery dates back to 993 and since then its technique has been perfected until today where it is considered one of the most famous in the world. Czech beers are known all over the planet for both their taste and the quality of their raw materials, perhaps this is why the Czechs are the largest beer consumers in the world and one of the best foodie experiences in Prague.
Built in the 9th century, this castle was used as the residence of the Bohemian kings, the emperors of the Holy Roman Empire, the presidents of Czechoslovakia, during the war it was occupied by the Nazis and is currently used by the presidents of the Republic Check for your official acts. A fortress steeped in history that houses the Prague Cathedral, a convent, the Royal Palace, art galleries and old castle stables, among many other things.
The amazing Prague Astronomical Clock is without a doubt the best-known postcard from the Czech capital. A magnificent piece of medieval engineering on the south wall of the Old Town Hall, one of the most spectacular parts of all of Prague. This watch, in addition to telling the time, has a sextant that incorporates zodiacal information and a ring that represents the position of the sun and the moon at all times. In addition to enjoying it outside, do not miss the possibility of seeing its complex mechanism, which is accessible through access to the clock tower.
Immerse yourself in the history of the Iron Curtain by visiting the secrets of the Prague Nuclear Bunker. Inside this underground refuge you can learn about the history of the Cold War and listen to stories from Czechoslovakia under communist rule. Here you will see gas masks, survival rations, anti-radiation equipment and other curious objects from those times where an imminent third world war was expected.
One of the most unexpected surprises that every apple brand fanatic visiting Prague gets is that here between alleys and medieval buildings is the largest private Apple-themed museum in the world. A museum where you will see all the products launched by this brand from its beginnings to the present day as well as a whole sector dedicated to the life and work of its creator Steve Jobs.