Prague: the Golden City with a Hundred Spires

Prague is love at first sight. The city is enchanting, full of splendour and grace. Prague is addictive. The city is a crash course in history and architecture from Renaissance, Baroque and Art Nouveau to Cubist, Modernist and Social Realism. It is also the city of Mozart, Smetana and Kafka. Stare Mesto, the Old City, is the maze of winding streets, lanes and alleys. Never touched by war, Prague has retained its medieval layout.

After the Velvet Revolution of 1989, the city underwent a metamorphosis and is now a prime tourist destination. The Czech Republic joined the European Union in 2004, embraced European ideals but not the Euro.
Prague is a compact city and most sights are within walking. Walk uphill to Prague Castle, stroll through the Golden Street. Weave your way through the crowd on Charles Bridge and inspect the souvenir stands. Visit palaces, churches and museums. Climb one of the many towers for the best view of the city. Get lost in the maze of medieval streets and alleys in Stare Mesto, the Old City. Sip Czech beer in one of the outdoor cafés in Old Town Square before watching the spectacles of the Astronomical Clock. Wander through Josefov, the Jewish district. Stock up on designer labels in Parizska Street and quench your thirst in a pivnice, beer garden.
Prague-Now offers insight information on sights, museums and cultural events. Prague-Now helps you discover hidden beer gardens, the best beer, the best shops and the most beautiful Art Nouveau details.

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Listen to the Sounds of Czech

Watch the video and listen to sounds of Czech. The song is an ode to chlebícky. These are open sandwiches topped with a layer of soft cheese, mayonnaise or potato salad and decorated with a slice of ham or salami, a piece of egg and a pickle. All this arranged very...

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Hop-on Hop-off Bus Prague

Hop on or hop off as often as you like and enjoy the sights of Prague in a relaxed and hassle-free way! This is one of the best ways to see the iconic sights of Prague without walking one single step! Highlights include: Old Town Square and the Astronomical clock and...

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Konopiste Castle Day Trip from Prague

Konopiste Castle, Konopiste zamek, is a must-see must-do trip if you fancy a day trip from Prague. And in particular if you are a great fan of hunting trophies. The castle of Konopiste is set in a beautiful park with a famous rose garden. It is only 40 kilometers...

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Day Trip to Karlstejn Castle

Karlstejn Castle is only 28 kilometers from Prague and a very rewarding destination for a day trip. The highlight of your visit is a tour of the Castle. This walled fortress situated on a steep hillside was built for Charles IV and served as summer palace and a safe...

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Flea Markets in Central Prague

Be sure to go to one of the many flea markets in Prague, because no matter how many you visit, each time you are bound to find exclusive gems. Rummage through piles of cd's, vinyls, retro fashion and knick-knacks. Prague flea markets are the ideal place to bargain for...

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Havelske Market

When strolling through the Old Town district in Prague, sooner or later you will end up at Havelske Market because it is on the tourist trail. It is the oldest market in Prague and Tourists Guides rave about it. This market is exactly what you expect it to be:...

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Prague City Pass

The Prague City Pass is your ticket to a hassle free city trip to Prague. This city pass allows you free admission to a number of top sights in Prague and discounts for many attractions and museums. The Prague City Card is user-friendly and will save you a lot of...

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Prague Card

Free entrance to many Prague museums with your Prague Card! This 2, 3 or 4-day tourist card allows you free admission or discounts at museums and other attractions. Moreover, you travel free on public transport in Prague! No hassle with metro tickets and free...

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Czech Inn

Hotel, apartment or hostel? Czech Inn is all three - a hybrid hotel / hostel combination in a beautifully restored nineteenth-century building. The hotel is located in trendy Vinohrady district where you will experience Prague without the crowd that populates hotels...

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Palffy Palac

Tucked away in a side street in Prague's Mala Strana district, Palffy Palac is a well hidden gem. Go for fixed -price lunch menu at a very affordable price or come in the evening for the a la carte menu. During summer days you can sit on the terrace with a corner view...

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Klara Nademlynska Fashion

The fashion collection of Klara Nademlynska is sophisticated and at the same time deceptively simple. The emphasis is on young fashion in plain colours. Besides prêt-à-porter clothing, Nademlynska specializes in Klara Sport and Klara Jeans, two very affordable labels....

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Drink no Beer in Public Places

Prague is the beer capital of Europe but there are also 'here no beer' places. This sounds contradictory because nowhere else in the world does beer taste so good and is so cheap. So, what do you do when you're in Prague? You drink Pilsner Urquel or any of the other...

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Good Soldier Svejk – Jaroslav Hasek

The Good Soldier Švejk by Jaroslav Hasek is a comic masterpiece and a world classic. This provocative, mickey-taking book was translated into many languages and filmed several times. Jaroslav Hašek describes first-hand the bizarre life in pre and post-war...

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Museum of Communism

The Museum of Communism in Prague offers visitors a glimpse of life in Communist days when fear and suppression were the order of the day from the coup in 1948 until the fall of the regime in November 1989. Climb the sweeping staircase of Palace Savarin at Na Prikope...

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Book a Hotel in Prague

Booking.com offers a choice of almost 3000 hotels and hostels in Prague – from very affordable accommodation to luxurious and budget accommodation, in the historic heart of Prague or in quieter neighbourhood away from the centre. The further away from the centre, the...

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Lunch without Tourists

U Svate Anny is one of these restaurants in Prague you will like to come back to time and again. Arrive with a big appetite because portions are huge and the prices are very wallet-friendly. This is a place will lure you back again and again. Here you mix with the...

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Hana Havelkova Fashion

If you like fashion, you like Prague. Hana Havelkova is one of the many interesting fashion boutiques in this city. Havelkova's designs are a combination of trendy and classic and from smart to casual. The collection consists of shirts, blouses and dresses inspired by...

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Prague Beer Capital of Europe

When in Prague, you need only ONE word: pivo and perhaps one more: pivnice. These two words are your passport to understanding Czech: beer and beer garden. Prague and beer go hand in hand. The Czechs drink an average of 150 liters beer per capita annually. This means...

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DK Eyewitness Travel Prague

Prague, capital city of the Czech Republic has much to offer; from Gothic and Baroque buildings in the Old Town to a castle on top of a hill overlooking the Vltava River. Façades tattooed with sgrafitti – Storch House with a fresco of Saint Wenceslas or lavishly...

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Jewish Museum

The Jewish Museum in the Josefov district in Prague houses in several buildings. Spend a day wandering through the former ghetto and visit six synagogues, one Town Hall and one cemetery. The best exhibits were collected during the Second World War when the Nazis...

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Hotel Don Giovanni

Located in the Vinohrady district on one of the seven hills of Prague, Hotel Don Giovanni is only four metro stops away from the centre. Flora shopping mall is only a short walk away. Across the road is the Jewish cemetery and the tomb of Franz Kafka, author of famous...

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Easy Recipe Open-faced Sandwiches

Open sandwiches (chlebicky) are a feast for the eye and a treat to the taste buds. You will find them in all delicatessen shops in Prague. Each sandwich is an exquisite masterpiece of artistically arranged slices of ham, cucumber and egg on a slice of bread. Eat them...

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Money Exchange Offices in Prague

The Czech Republic is a euro country without the euro. You pay in Czech crowns (Koruna), abbreviated to Kč or CZK. You will find ATM's and money exchange offices everywhere in Prague. Some shops, restaurants and hotels accept Euros but their exchange rates are not...

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Street Food in Prague

Street food is not very popular in Prague. Prague office workers have luncheon vouchers partly paid for by their employer and partly by themselves add to this a multitude of very affordable restaurants and you will understand why street food is not very common in...

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Charles Bridge

Charles Bridge is the best loved bridge in Prague and always full of people milling about. While most tourists saunter up and down at least once during their visit to Prague, locals hardly ever walk across, preferring a tram or metro when they have to get to the side...

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Loreta

Loreta (or Loreto) is an imposing Baroque monastery and a place of pilgrimage in Prague. This cream-colored building with a green spire is a religious place of pilgrimage and was built during the seventeenth century. Loreta's main treasures are the Santa Casa, the...

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Prague Marriott Hotel

A stay in Prague Marriott Hotel is a five-star luxury in the centre of the city, in Nove Mesto, the entertainment and shopping district of Prague. The Marriott is close to buzzing Namesti Republiky, a square with cafes, shops and the Palladium Shopping Centre with...

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Recipe Czech Potato Salad

Potato salad is the mainstay of Czech cuisine and each housewife has her own recipe. This salad is traditionally served with Schnitzels and carp which is 'the Czech turkey' at Christmas. Potato salad is also the main ingredient used in open-faced sandwiches. You need...

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Public Holidays in the Czech Republic

When planning a holiday or a city trip to the Czech Republic and Prague, you may or may not want to include public holidays. If your trip is during the peak season, you are sure to see higher prices and more tourists. On the other hand museums and other sights stay...

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Wine, Absinthe and Becherovka

Czech wine is a distant second to Czech beer. Absinthe is illegal almost worldwide but not in Prague and Becherovka is good for the stomach. Wine, absinthe and Becherovka: three good grounds why to come to Prague. Another reason is the beer which the Czech call...

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Saint Vitus Cathedral

The tall spires of St Vitus Cathedral determine the Prague cityscape. This impressive church stands high on a hill overlooking the Vltava River. St Vitus is a place of pilgrimage, a museum and a treasury. The cathedral is also the largest and most important church in...

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Stromovka Park

Stromovka is the largest park in Prague and the ideal spot to while away a sunny afternoon. Be Czech with the Czechs and come here on a Sunday to stroll or cycle along leafy paths. No need to bring any food because charming beer gardens in the park are the best place...

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Pension Corto

Location, location, location! Pension Corto has it all: close to Wenceslas Square, Old Town, Charles Bridge.Colourful and vibrant. Havelske market is at the doorstep. Pension Corto is affordable accommodation in the heart of Prague situated in the pedestrian zone...

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Recipe Traditional Beef Goulash

Goulash originated in Hungary but many Eastern European countries, Austria, Roumania, Croatia, Poland have their own recipe of this beef stew. Goulash is a meat ragout with garlic and paprika and is served with bread dumplings but in many tourist restaurants in...

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Prague Card: Free Travel on Tram and Metro

Travel free on the Prague metro and trams with your Prague Card. This card also allows you free admission to many famous museums like the Jewish Museum and Prague Castle. Besides, you get up to 50% discount on many Prague attractions, boat trips and in restaurants....

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Chlebicky – Czech Open-faced Sandwiches

Each chlebíčky, open-faced sandwich is a single masterpiece, applied art at its best. They are easy to find: all delicatessen or delis whether in the centre or elsewhere in Prague have a large choice of chlebíčky. They are the ideal snack any time of day and cost next...

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Prague Castle

Prague Castle crowns the hill on the western side of the Vltava, the river which divides Prague into two. Wander through the castle courtyards, visit the museums, palaces and St Vitus Cathedral; all are inside the castle complex. Be sure to include a romantic walk in...

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Petrin Hill and Look-out Tower

Petrin Hill rises high above the city of Prague and offers a beautiful vista of the Vltava river and the city beyond with its 'Hundred Spires'. This 318 metre-high hill is one of Prague's largest green spaces and intersected by tree-shaded walks. Petřín Hill is...

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Residence Kralovsky Vinohrad

Residence Kralovsky Vinohrad is housed in a beautiful nineteenth-century building in a leafy backstreet in the Vinohrady neighbourhood of Prague. The Vinohrady district consists of beautifully restored nineteenth-century houses often in Art Nouveau style. This...

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Recipe for Czech Apple Strudel

Apple strudel is a popular delicacy in many Easter European countries. It is a sweet layered pastry with an apple, raisin and nut filling inside. The strudel can be served on its own or with ice cream, whipped cream or vanilla sauce. You need not be a top chef because...

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From Prague Airport to City Centre

From Prague Airport to City Centre takes about half an hour. Vaclav Havel International Airport is about fifteen kilometers northwest of the centre of Prague. It takes  30 minutes by taxi (40 minutes in the rush) and 30 minutes by public transport – 15 minutes by bus...

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Dana Bohemia for Crystal

Dana Bohemian is one of the largest stores in Prague specializing in Bohemian crystal and Czech porcelain. The shop sparkles and glitters with the finest cut-glass bowls, decanters and wine glasses. Bohemian glassware Dana Bohemia is famous for its large collection of...

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Letna Park

When in Prague be sure to stroll through Letna Park and afterwards sit in the shade of ancient chestnut trees with refreshing beer, take in the view of the Vltava River and its bridges. Letna hill is located between the districts of Holesovice and Hradcany and lies in...

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B&B The Bridge

Bed and Breakfast The Bridge is located in the Smichov district in Prague close to Jiraskuv Bridge. Accommodation in the Smichov neighbourhood is much more affordable than hotels in the Old City or near Wenceslas Square. Although The Bridge is situated away from the...

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Na Prikope – Best Shopping Street in Prague

Na Prikope and 28 Rijna streets are two pedestrian-only streets in the centre of Prague. These two streets form one wide boulevard and are home to familiar and less familiar shops, small boutiques and chain stores. Shopping in Prague is an entirely new experience....

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By Plane to Prague

Vaclav Havel International Airport is the largest airport in the Czech Republic and located 15 km west of Prague. Major airlines and many budget airlines have flights to Prague. Prague Airport is still comparatively quiet. The waiting lines at the security check are...

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Souvenirs from Prague

Finding a Souvenir Shop in Prague is easy, but what souvenir to buy and in which shop is not so easy. There is no shortage of souvenir shops in Stare Mesto's narrow streets. Busy shopping street Na Prikope, close to Wenceslas Square also has its fair share of these...

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Prague as Film Set

When in Prague for the first time, you may have the feeling that you have been here before. Not so strange after all. Prague's cobbled streets, Baroque mansions and the Vltava River are extremely picturesque and authentic. The Czech Republic has a long tradition of...

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Royal Gardens and Belvedere

The Royal Garden in Prague, Královská Zahrada, is a kaleidoscope of colours in spring and summer: yellow tulips, mauve hyacinths, ivory white roses and cobalt blue asters. Historic buildings surround the Royal Garden; Belvedere, Ball Game Hall and Dientzenhofer Summer...

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Pension Dientzenhofer

Pension Dientzenhofer is located right in the middle of the Mala Strana district in Prague, a more central location is almost inconceivable. This 400-year old historic building was the birthplace and residence of Krystof Dientzenhofer and his son Kylan Ignac...

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Parizska Avenue and Top Fashion

What Paris has in the Champs-Elysées, Prague has in Parizska Avenue. This is the most fashionable street in Prague and the most expensive. It is home to top designers like Hermes, Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, and Gucci. This beautiful wide avenue leads from Old...

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By Train to Prague

Praha hlavni nadrazi, the main station in Prague is located in the city centre. Buy your tickets on the day you want to travel, advanced booking is only necessary on some international trains. Do not change money at the Exchange Offices in and just outside the...

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Vytopna – Trains Bring Drinks to your Table

Your drinks are transported to your table on a freight train of a model train! The Vytopna Restaurant in Prague is an absolute must-go and must-see for anyone who likes model trains. Playing with the trains is not possible but children can run along the track and...

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Attractions and Sights in Mala Strana

Sandwiched between the Vltava River and the Castle District, Mala Strana, Lesser Town, is the oldest neighbourhood in Prague. Cobbled streets, grand palaces and hidden gardens make this district worth exploring. The number one attraction is the Baroque Saint Nicolas...

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Alice Apartment House

Located in a beautiful nineteenth-century building Penzion Alice, Alice Apartment House, is the perfect accommodation for individual travelers, families and groups during a citytrip to Prague. Alice Apartment House is in Sokolovska, a vibrant shopping street in a...

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Wenceslas Square Shopping

Wenceslas Square, the largest square in Prague, is shopping for every taste. Virtually every building houses a shop – shoes, books, Bohemian crystal and everything you need or do not need. Add to this a number of department stores and you have shopping pleasure for...

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Alchemists, Rudolph II and Prague

Tucked against the castle walls, Golden Lane is a charming little street. In the sixteenth century during the reign of Rudolph II, the brightly painted cottages were the haunt of alchemists. Originally members of the imperial entourage, including alchemists, lived in...

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Dinosaurs in Prague

Stand eye in eye with a life-size Dinosaurs in DinoPark Harfa in Prague- a unique and amusing experience also for adults. These giant prehistoric animals may be a bit scary for very young children that's why the Dino Park includes a playground for the little kids. The...

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Attractions and Sights in the Castle District

Hradcany, the Castle District, towers high above the Vltava River. Although this neighbourhood is the smallest district of Prague, it is the most visited part of the city because it is home to Prague's number one attraction: Prague Castle and Saint Vitus Cathedral....

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Apartments Vysehrad Affordable Accommodation

Sleep like a prince or princess in Apartments Vysehrad located at the foot of Vysehrad Hill in Prague. Vysehrad, the castle on the rock was founded in the seventh century. Princess Libuse had a vision, and predicted that across the river a thriving city would develop....

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Shopping in Karlova Street

Karlova Street connects Old Town Square with Charles Bridge. This narrow, winding street in Prague is always bustling with people. Karlova means shop after shop after shop. This is the street to buy Bohemian crystal and sparkling jewelry. Karlova is also one of the...

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Cafe Louvre – Coffee since 1902

Cafe Louvre is a Prague institution and has moved with the times in style. Have a coffee here and follow in the footsteps of famous visitors like Franz Kafka, Herman Brod and Albert Einstein. Located on always busy Narodni Street almost next to the National Theater,...

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Wine Bar, Beer Hall and Weed

U Sudu in Prague has the best of both worlds: a neat wine bar upstairs and a maze of vaulted rooms downstairs with DJ's, beer and the unmistakable smell of weed. U Sudu is close to Wenceslas Square which is a big bonus because this wine bar cum beer garden is open...

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Attractions and Sights in the Old Town

Staré Mesto, the Old Town, is a labyrinth of cobbled lanes, arcaded courtyards, gabled houses, cheerfully painted shop fronts, churches, restaurants, beer gardens and cafes. Most streets and alleyways lead to Old Town Square which buzzes day and night. This part of...

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Family Friendly Camping Sokol

Camping Sokol in Prague is a wonderful place not only for families with children but also for anyone who likes fresh air. Sokol is the ideal camping site if you are on a city trip to Prague or if you are holidaying in the Czech Republic with only a few days in Prague....

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Bila Labut Prague’s Oldest Department Store

Bílá Labuť, the first department store in Prague stands for shopping in nostalgic surroundings. This store is very much a reminder of what shopping was like during the Cold War period. Bílá Labuť, the White Swan, opened its doors in 1939 and was an instant success....

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Kavarna Slavia

Kavarna Slavia is an institution in Prague and the place to be for morning coffee or afternoon tea. Be sure to order crispy apple strudel or chocolatey Sachertorte to accompany your cappuccino or Videnska kava, strong coffee topped with whipped cream. Located opposite...

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Mecca Dance Club

Mecca is the hottest dance club in Prague. For the best hip-hop, techno and house, this is the place to be! Beautiful venue, perfect sound, stunning light show, sexy dancers, great vibe and amazing parties, so what are you waiting for? Wear your hippest outfit and...

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Attractions and Sights in Nove Mesto

Nové Mesto, New Town, east of the Vltava River, is the commercial, shopping and party district of Prague. Nove Mesto brims with international hotels, theaters, chain stores, night clubs, cafés, restaurants and fast food outlets. The main shopping streets are Na...

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Campsite Praha Klanovice

Camping Praha Klánovice is located conveniently close to the centre of Prague, yet in a quiet and peaceful area on the outskirts of the city. Campsite Prague Klanovice is very family friendly: the children can jump on the trampolines, crawl through pipes and end up in...

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Palladium Shopping Centre

Palladium is the largest shopping mall in the centre of Prague: 200 shops and 20 restaurants. Add to this an Albert supermarket and a gigantic bookshop plus the Easter Market and Christmas Market in Republiky Square in front of the Palladium Shopping Centre, the...

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Cafe Savoy

Café Savoy in Prague is a charming Viennese-style café oozing with belle époque charm. From the first step in, you realise that Café Savoy is a special place. Its interior is an elegant mix of wood and marble, look up and notice the chandeliers and the seven-metre...

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Self-guided Walk Jewish District

The Josefov district in Prague is home to the Jewish Museum. Follow the self-guided walk and you will see all the Jewish historical buildings in this Prague district - six synagogues, the jewish town hall and the old jewish cemetery.The best exhibits were saved by the...

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5 Tips for a City Trip to Prague

Five Tips for your city trip to Prague! You have walked across Charles Bridge, you have seen the Astronomical Clock and you have wandered through all the nooks and corners in the Old City. What now? Your must-see and must-do tips in Prague: taste beer, ride a bike,...

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Caravan Camping near Prague Centre

Camping on an Island in the Vltava River and yet within 15 minutes in the heart of Prague. Stay in pleasant surroundings full of trees and grassy fields on the island of Cisarska louka which is quite large. A ferry plies between the northern point of the island to the...

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Kolbenova Flea Market

Hidden off the beaten track, Kolbenova flea market in Prague is a collectors' paradise. Communist artefacts, furniture, clothes, CDs. and lots more at prices everyone can afford. Put on your walking shoes as the market is the largest flea market in the Czechia and...

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Café McQueen

Coffee in Prague, in the number one Beer City in Europe, is that possible? There comes a time that you have had more than enough Czech beer and crave for a strong cup of coffee. Café McQueen is the place to be. Nestled in a courtyard off Narodni Street, you will find...

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Best Sights and Attractions in Prague

What to see and do in Prague? The city is full of hidden treasures but easy to find when you know where to look for them. Prague is a compact city and most sights are within walking distance of each other. Add to this frequent, fast and cheap public transport which...

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Discover Prague on a Bike Tour

Cycling in Prague is an excellent way to see the city in two hours. Pedal along with your English-speaking guide who can write anything he doesn't know about Prague on the back of a postage stamp. The Baja Bikes Tour leads past famous but also lesser known attractions...

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Camp Sokol Troja

Location, location, location! You will find no other campsite in Prague so close to the city centre. If you are not very fond of staying in a tent, book a few nights (or weeks) in the hostel that is part of Camp Sokol Troja. Staying in Camp Sokol Troja means that you...

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Farmers’ Markets for Locals and Tourists

Farmers' Markets are becoming increasingly more popular now that the Czechs have become more healthy-food minded. Almost every neighbourhood in Prague has its own Farmers' Market. These markets abound in seasonal and often ecological produce and products from free...

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Italská Cukrárna – Italian Ice Cream

You are in Prague and suddenly you crave for genuine Italian ice cream and you are close to Karlovo Square, then there is only one thing to do. Hasten to Italská Cukrárna, which is the place to be for delectable ice cream. If you are not an ice cream lover go anyway...

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Best Art Nouveau in Prague

Are Nouveau is everywhere in Prague. Simply look up at the façades of the houses lining the streets and avenues. Many of them sparkle with Art Nouveau details; graceful female figures, flowing forms and flowery details. Art Nouveau is the French term for this...

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How to Avoid the Crowds in Prague

Prague is one of the most beautiful capital cities of Europe. That's why Prague is a popular destination for city trips especially from May to September. During the high season you will have to queue up for popular attractions like Prague Castle, Strahov Library and...

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Hospoda Ferdinanda

Where to eat in Prague is no problem because the city abounds in restaurants, hospoda and beer gardens. Be sure to have at least one meal in Micro Brewery Ferdinanda in Prague, not only because of the best beer but also because of authentic dishes, exactly the way...

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Desigual Prague Stores

Cutting-edge design and flamboyant colours is what Desigual fashion stands for - trendy patchwork, asymmetrical designs and graffiti art. Wearing Desigual fashion means standing out from the crowd. Prague has several Desigual stores, located both in the city centre...

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Erhartova Cukrárna

Erhartova Cukrárna in Prague is a household name. If you want to experience the atmosphere of a pastry shop in the 1930s, be sure to have an ice cream or pastry in Erhart Café. The tantalizing cakes, topped with a scoop of ice cream are impossible to resist. All...

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Current Weather in Prague

What is the weather in Prague at the moment? Sun, rain, snow? Can we stroll along the Vltava River or is it better to spend the afternoon in a museum? Here is the Prague weather forecast for today and the next three days. If the sky is bright and clear with lots of...

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24 Hours in Prague

History, culture and pivo (beer) are only three aspects of a visit to Prague and easily achieved in 24-hours. Look always high up because Prague sparkles with Gothic, Baroque and Art Nouveau architecture. Stand on Manesuv Bridge for the best view of Charles Bridge....

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Restaurant Mlynec

Restaurant Mlynec in Prague means savoring roast goose accompanied by a glass of Moravian wine while enjoying the grandiose view of Charles Bridge, one of Prague's most famous sights. Mlynec means dining in style whether you are sitting outside on the summer terrace...

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Destroy Because Everybody Loves Shoes

If shoes are your passion, Destroy is your shop. Destroy has the funniest, coolest and most fashionable shoes in all Prague. Fashionable and comfortable! Destroy outlets are easy to find, they are in the main shopping streets in the centre of Prague and in many...

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U Pinkasu: Beergarden, Pub and Restaurant

U Pinkasu is an excellent beer garden and pub in Prague to mix with locals while tasting Pilsner Urquell on the tap. This pub is highly recommended because of its authentic Czech food and the fair prices. Be sure to try pickled cheese, nakladany hermelin, and wash it...

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Best Time for a City Trip to Prague

Prague is a popular city trip and the streets in and around the centre are crowded much of the year. Especially spring and autumn are popular seasons for a city trip to Prague. July and August are the hottest months with temperatures (sometimes) soaring above 30°C...

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