Set just north of the pub and clubs on Praha 1, the Jewish quarter adds a sense of luxury and modern style to the Czech capital. Streets are lined with expensive German saloon cars and luxury boutiques and not a stag or hen group insight, unless they are lost looking for the nearest kebab shop. Home to a number of synagogues, the real beauty is the Rudolfinum. The concert hall and art gallery is the go to place for a slice of high class culture in a city known for its vices. Not only is the building beautiful but it is surrounded by breath taking views of the river and the castle. Looking for a picturesque image to remember Prague by, look no further.