Two Prague attractions ranked among Europe’s most underrated
Prague's National Museum sits atop Wenceslas Square at sunset lights in Prague in Czech Republic

Two Prague attractions ranked among Europe’s most underrated

Every tourist in the Czech capital winds up at Old Town Square, the Astronomical Clock, and Prague Castle. But what are some of the less well-known attractions in Prague?

According to a recent rundown of Europe’s most underrated attractions by The Independent, they might not be what you think.

Given that Berlin’s David Hasselhoff Museum ranks as Europe’s most underrated attraction according to The Independent, you wouldn’t be wrong to assume the rest of the list might be a bit… kitschy.

Prague’s Museum of Alchemists and Magicians rates as the #5 most underrated attraction in Europe. Given its ratings on TripAdvisor, however, it might be underrated for a reason.

At #12 on the list, however, is Prague’s Museum of Miniatures, which might be better representative of the kind of attraction that Prague has to offer.

This one-of-a-kind museum offers visitors the chance to see art so small that it can’t be appreciated with the naked eye – – instead, microscopes are used to see each exhibit throughout the museum.

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Looking for some other inspiration for underrated attractions in Prague?

We like the special effects Karel Zeman Museum, the city’s brand-new interactive National Film Museum, and recommend catching as many of David Černý’s sculptures that dot the streets of Prague as you can.

And as a less-tourist heavy alternative to Prague Castle, the city’s other Castle at Vyšehrad is also well worth seeking out.

These are The Independent’s 30 Most Overlooked Attractions in Europe:

  1. The David Hasselhoff Museum, Berlin, Germany
  2. Floating Cat Sanctuary, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  3. Mini Europe, Brussels, Belgium
  4. Subterranean Art Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden
  5. Museum of Alchemists and Magicians, Prague, Czech Republic
  6. The Nose Academy, Lund, Sweden
  7. Design Panoptikum, Berlin, Germany
  8. Équihen-Plage, Normandy, France
  9. The Cube Houses, Rotterdam, Netherlands
  10. Starkenberger Brewery’s Beer Pools, Imst-Pitztal, Austria
  11. Chip Museum, Brussels, Belgium
  12. Museum of Miniatures, Prague, Czech Republic
  13. Portugal dos Pequenitos, Coimbra, Portugal
  14. Museum of Snoring, Alfeld, Germany
  15. La Maison Picassiette, Chartres, France
  16. Solo Per Due, Rieti, Italy
  17. Liquidrom, Berlin, Germany
  18. Kunsthofpassage Singing Drain Pipes, Dresden, Germany
  19. The Abba Museum, Stockholm, Sweden
  20. Teledisko, Berlin, Germany
  21. Pastimes Museum, Rossiglione, Italy
  22. Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, Graz, Austria
  23. Electric Ladyland, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  24. Toy Museum, Brussels, Belgium
  25. Montjuïc Cactus Park, Barcelona, Spain
  26. The Flipper Museum, Budapest, Hungary
  27. Museum of Broken Relationships, Zagreb, Croatia
  28. Alkmaar Cheese Market, Alkmaar, Netherlands
  29. Rio Tinto, Almeria, Spain
  30. The House of Galimard, Grasse, France
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Lucas Němec

Prague-based author with two decades experience living in and writing about the Czech Republic for local and international sites and publications. Nakládaný hermelín enthusiast and frequent Club-Mate drinker.

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