Survey confirms: Prague is a paradise for art lovers
We've known it for a long time, and now it's confirmed by a European survey. Prague is the second-best European city for art and gallery offerings. The Czech capital certainly shines among Europe’s major metropolises.

Prague has outshone Berlin, Rome, and Madrid!

When planning a city break, travellers often consider top-notch hotels, sunny weather, architecture, great dining, and exciting activities. But there is far more worth counting.

Prague, the capital city of Czechia, impressively takes second place, according to European survey. Known for its cobblestone streets, music history, and Gothic architecture, Prague is home to The National Gallery, Europe’s second-oldest art gallery. This cultural gem, spread across 7 historic buildings, offers free entry several times a year and shows unique collections.

Ubuy France, a global e-commerce platform, ranked the top 20 European capitals for art lovers. The list includes factors like art galleries, free-entry galleries, statues, monuments, and street art.
So in the competition with cities like London or Paris, Prague certainly doesn't get lost.

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Galleries well worth visiting

Galleries well worth visiting

April is traditionally a part of celebrations of art around the world. And here in Czechia we have to be in on that too. Besides the main institutions such as the National Gallery, the DOX Centre in Prague and the Moravian Gallery in Brno, you can enjoy a unique atmosphere in places around our country where you might not expect to see paintings or sculptures. In a majestic Jesuit college, a former distillery, a power station or amidst flowering mountain meadows.