Prague is a very busy city, you can learn to sing, ride in a horse drawn carriage, discover things in the museum of the KGB, take a journey on the river in a beautiful boat, whilst sipping on a local beer and eating local gingerbread. Alternatively you can walk the cobbled streets and please remember to look up, as the most beautiful sights are usually to be had up on buildings. A city draped in a unique European history, from their own wars, to the Austro-Hungarian trials and tribulations, followed by independence, only to have it snatched away, occupation by two very different totalitarian groups. It is truly a fascinating city, if you think Mozart first conducted the debut of Don Giovanni in Prague and Stalin built the largest statue to himself here too. It is full of fascinating contrasts and there is much more to Prague than pub crawls and bars.