The Czech Republic is one of the most liberal countries in Central Europe when it comes to LGBT rights.
Homosexuality was decriminalised in 1962, and homosexual prostitution was decriminalised in 1990. In 2006, the country legalised registered partnerships for same-sex couples.
These buses leave the airport every 30 minutes from around 6am-9pm.
Tickets are 60 CZK per person and available from the driver.
There are a few dozen Gay Bars, Gay Dance Clubs, Gay Saunas and Gay Cruise Clubs, and new gay establishments are opening all the time.
Lobkowicz Palace – a small museum of the Lobkowicz family’s remarkable collections. Vitus Cathedral – the most important and largest church in Prague, located at the Prague Castle.
Old Town Square – the heart of Prague since the 10th century with its Old Town Hall and astronomical clock.
Prague city centre has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1992.
With a history dating back over a thousand years, Prague has many famous cultural sights, museums, theatres, galleries and other historical exhibits, attracting more than 4 million visitors a year.