The floods that devastated Eastern Europe last month did significant damage to the historic city of Prague, but many of the main tourist sites either were unharmed or have emerged from the deluge ready for visitors. The 14th-century Charles Bridge has reopened; Prague Castle and its art galleries are open; the three main opera houses and the autumn music festival will maintain their schedules. Kampa Island below Prague Castle was inundated, but elsewhere in the city center the damage was mostly flooded basements. Many hotels and restaurants remain closed, but tourist traffic is so low now those that remain open can handle the demand.