The spectacular views in a virtual tour of Prague
As the historic capital of the Czech Republic, Prague has long been considered to be a wonderful destination for visitors from across Europe, and it is developing a reputation for being one of the most romantic destinations in the region. The virtual tour of Prague city center and the main sights has some wonderful views, and really gives potential visitors and idea of what a visit to the city would be like. The superb cinematic virtual reality helps to give viewers a real sense of the scale and the atmosphere of the city, with the castle being a particular highlight of the tour.
The Amazing Views From Prague Castle
One of the most popular tourist destination in Prague is the castle, which is also a key part of the virtual reality tour of Prague city’s sights, and there are very good reasons why it is so popular. The amazing view back over the city is truly remarkable, and the panorama that can be enjoyed from some of the higher points of the castle is truly spectacular. However, the castle itself is also a very impressive complex, with the castle also housing the St Vitus Cathedral and the beautiful Royal Garden, which definitely makes it worth spending some time exploring the area.
Visiting Prague’s Old Town
Cinematic virtual reality has brought the charms of Prague’s Old Town to life for those who aren’t able to visit the city in person, and it has some spectacular sights to enjoy. One of the most important and interesting of these locations is the Astronomical Clock, which shows the location of the sun and several other pieces of information, as well has having several moving figures that are activated on the hour. The Tyn Church is another beautiful building in the Old Town, and really does look stunning, covered in Gothic decoration both on the inside and outside of the building.
The Jewish History Of The Josefov District
Another important stop on the virtual reality tour of Prague city center is the Josefov district, which is famous for being a Jewish ghetto which has a series of beautifully preserved synagogues. The Old New Synagogue is the oldest active synagogue in Europe, and legend states that the mythical Golem of Prague is buried in a part of the building. Another interesting part of the district is the Spanish Synagogue, which is very distinct from much of the rest of the architecture, built in a Moorish style to give it a very different look to much of the area.
The Stadium Of Sparta Prague
One of the great exports of Prague is its football, and the chance to visit the compact Generali Arena is one of the highlights of a visit to the city. The cinematic virtual reality helps to show how the stadium has been improved over the years, but also shows how the tight confines of the stadium could intimidate visitors to the arena, which is a stronghold for the local team, Sparta Prague.