Built along the banks of the Vltava river, Prague is used to being a capital city. It was home to the kings of Bohemia; the center of government for the Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV; the capital of Czechoslovakia; and now the capital of government of the Czech Republic.
Known as the city of spires, its beautiful and varied buildings, painted a delightful array of colors, reflect the varied architectural styles of its over one thousand year history. And, the buildings are of a very human scale, being generally four to six stories tall, making it a very comfortable city. Its cobblestone streets and stone mosaic sidewalks harken back to another age.
Full of ancient churches, great museums, historic bridges, a university that is the oldest in Central Europe, as well as a beautiful palace, it's no wonder tourist flock to visit the city, making it the fifth most popular destination in Europe.
Geared towards its tourists, there is always someone who speaks English; restaurants abound; and things in general are affordable, unless you desbyire to shop for Dior, Cartier and such. They are also available for those with deep pockets.
Prague should definitely be on your bucket list of places to visit.