Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe but if you want to discover it properly you should really think about getting a guide.
However, with so many gadgets and gizmos to carry around on trips these days it's best to avoid carrying around excess baggage like books and maps. Instead, why not install a travel guide on your PDA to save valuable pocket space?
This Palm guide to Prague is based around the popular Dorling Kidersley Top 10 series of guide books, and manages to pack in lots of information about the Czech city. What I like about it is that it doesn't just reel off the same old stuff about all the tourist attractions and instead presents things in a more interesting way. For instance, you get tips on the best times to visit places, and a huge series of top tens featuring everything from the top ten things to see in Wenceslas Square to the top ten Czech filmmakers.
You also get a whole raft of maps, including a street index, transport map and metro map. Be sure to check the transport prices when you get there though, as the info in the guide may be out of date.
The Prague DK Eyewitness Top 10 Travel Guide & Map is an imaginatively presented and informative guide to this great city.