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Charles Bridge
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If there is one landmark in Prague that all visitors will remember, it’s most likely Charles Bridge. The iconic bridge is a very popular attraction and one of the free things to do in Prague. It’s also the most photographed site in the city. But Charles Bridge is not the only landmark that will make your camera click. Prague is a photographer’s dream and if you don’t believe me, you should check out these stunning views of Prague.
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Prague Castle
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Covering almost 70,000 square meters, this magnanimous complex is the largest ancient castle in the world. A fantastic fortress looming over the city center and featuring gardens, galleries, and historic buildings that house Prague’s greatest cultural artifacts, Prague Castle is a must-visit for anyone exploring the city. As you roam the historic grounds, take time to appreciate the Art Nouveau stained glass and the mesmerizing spires of St. Vitus Cathedral that feel right out of a fairy tale.  
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Prague Astronomical Clock
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Prague Astronomical Clock, Prague
Prague is magical city that has tons to offer.  This is easily one of my favorite cities in Europe, and a walking tour of the city is a must when exploring Prague for the first time.  The major highlights include:  Wencelsas Square, Old Town Square, The Astronomical Clock, St. Charles Bridge, The Lennon Wall, Prague Castle, and the Jewish Quarter.
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Petrin Tower
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Petrin Tower, Prague
If your sightseeing in Prague includes a visit to Petrin Hill, as it should, taking the Petrin Funicular Railway (a.k.a. the Prague Funicular) to the top is an absolute must. It’s fast, affordable, easier than climbing all the way up a 30º incline, and also offers a stellar scenic view of Old Town Prague. The funicular opened in 1891, and was originally shorter and powered by water balance propulsion. It closed at the start of WWI in 1914, then reopened after renovations in 1932. Service was suspended again in 1965 after a landslide .....on Petrin Hill, opening with new cars, an electric motor, and a new track in 1985. Today the railway has three stops, but most people get on at the Újezd station at the bottom of the hill, which is in the Malá Strana district. It runs from 9AM to around 11:30PM, with departures leaving every 15 minutes or so. Tickets cost the same as the Prague tram– 26 CZK (about $1.14). Be aware that there may be long lines on the weekend when the weather is warm, as Prague locals love spending the day on Petrin Hill with friends and family. If you do the same, consider packing your lunch, as it’s an excellent place for a picnic! READ MORE: The 40 Best Backpacks for Travelers Show less
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Vltava
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While Prague’s Old Town and New Town sit on the eastern banks of the Vltava River, Mala Strana, or Lesser Town as it’s known, sits across the Charles Bridge on the western side. A hillside region characterized by smaller, historic neighborhoods, narrow lanes, and Baroque Palaces, the area includes points of interest such as the John Lennon Wall, Franz Kafka Museum, and St. Nicholas Church. Cover Photo by Alejandro Cruz
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LCA - lease sales outlets at the Christmas market in Prague
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I wanted to go to a Christmas Market in Europe. Christmas Markets are the biggest and best thing about December in Europe. Many capital cities have them, as well as plenty of smaller cities. They bring literally millions of visitors each year, as everyone travels in search of the quintessential Christmas activity. Germany dominates the market (I know!) but there are still a number of other countries that manage to hold their own.
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Národní muzeum
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Národní muzeum, Prague
Národní muzeum, Prague
Národní muzeum, Prague
More of a boulevard than a square, Wenceslas Square acts as a contemporary alternative to the charming Old Town Square just five minutes away. Named after Wenceslas, the patron saint of Bohemia, the square is filled with shops, hotels, restaurants, bars, and nightclubs, it’s a hub of activity, an ideal destination for a night on the town. The social and cultural center of the capital, this square culminates in the austere neoclassical facade of the Czech National Museum and plays host to a variety of festivals and demonstrations throughout the .....year, including one of Prague’s extravagant Christmas markets in December. Show less
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The Powder Tower
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The Powder Tower, Prague
The Powder Tower, Prague
As we left the square, we made our way towards the Powder Tower, one of the 13 original city gates that separate the Old Town from the New Town (which, founded in 1348, is still really old). Constructed starting in 1475, the tower was intended to be an attractive landmark denoting your entrance to Prague rather than a defensive gate. It’s named for its primary purpose in the 17th century, which was storing gunpowder. The Late Gothic-era Tower was badly damaged during the 1757 Battle of Prague, and the exterior sculptures had to .....be replaced in 1876. As we passed underneath it and bid our ThinkPrague guide farewell, we were overwhelmed by all of the incredible sights we’d seen during our Prague walking tour. Although major cities still aren’t our thing, we would rank Prague right alongside Athens and Rome in terms of their historical importance, art, and architecture. So if you visit the Czech Republic, you should by all means take a walking tour to see as many of these attractions as you can. But do learn from our mistake and spend at least a weekend in Prague if you don’t want to leave feeling as if you’ve barely scratched the surface. -by Bret Love; all photos by Bret Love & Mary Gabbett Show less
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St. Vitus Cathedral
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St. Vitus Cathedral, Prague
St. Vitus Cathedral, Prague
Tucked away inside the Prague Castle is St. Vitus Cathedral. This gothic cathedral dates back to 1344 when construction first began. The St Vitus Cathedral is the site of coronation of Czech kings and queens and the place of burial for saints and noblemen. For those who want another bird’s eye view over Prague, climb the 287 steps to the top of the spire of the cathedral.
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Charles Bridge
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Charles Bridge, Prague
Charles Bridge, Prague
One of the most popular attractions in the city is the Charles’ Bridge, which crosses over Vltava River, and connects the Old Town and the Prague Castle. This bridge is easily recognizable for its different statues of somewhat religious context. Most times of the day, this place gets packed with tourists alongside local musicians, painters, and buskers of all sorts but it’s worth the trouble hustling with the crowd for a stunning view of the Prague castle and the rest of the city. If you have a lot of time, .....one of the most memorable things to do in Prague is to get photos of Charles’ Bridge at dusk or dawn. Show less
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Old Jewish Cemetery
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Old Jewish Cemetery, Prague
Also known as Josefov, the Jewish Ghetto between the Old Town Square and the Vltava River serves as a reminder of the city’ sad and harrowing history. Beginning in the 13th century when they were ordered to vacate their homes and settle here, the Jewish people of Prague have faced horrid treatment and conditions. In a moment of twisted fortune in the 1900s, Hitler himself decided to preserve the neighborhood as a “Museum of an Extinct Race.” Today, boasting six spectacular synagogues (including the Spanish Synagogue), the Quarter stands as .....a testament to the long and embattled history of the Jews in Prague. Show less
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Jewish Museum in Prague
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Jewish Museum in Prague, Prague
Jewish Museum in Prague, Prague
Josefov, Prague’s former Jewish Quarter, houses several interesting museums. The Jewish Museum and Museum of Decorative Arts are both worth a visit. You can also see the birthplace of Franz Kafka next to the Spanish Synagogue and visit the Old Jewish Cemetery. The area is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1992.
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Petrin Hill
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Petrin Hill, Prague
Petrin Hill, Prague
Located at an elevation of 1,073 feet smack dab in the center of the city, Petrin Hill is a great place to begin your weekend in Prague. Easily the city’s largest green space, Petrin is covered in parks, and offers exceptional views of the Malá Strana, Prague Castle, and the Vltava River. The historic hill, which was named after its abundance of marlstone rocks (petrus is Latin for rocks), has been important to locals since the mid-1300s. That’s when a Medieval defense wall– known as the Hunger Wall because it provided jobs for the .....poor during a famine– was ordered to be built on Petrin Hill by King Charles IV. Petrin featured prominently in author Franz Kafka’s early short story, “Description of a Struggle,” and was mentioned in the Milan Kundera novel The Unbearable Lightness of Being. Now spending a day on Petrin Hill easily ranks among the best things to do in Prague. It’s a beloved recreation area for locals, as well as a popular Prague tourist attraction. Here’s an overview of the many things there are to see and do on Petrin Hill during your Prague vacation. READ MORE:The Tallest Mountains in the World (World Travel Bucket List) Show less
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Strahov Monastery
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Strahov Monastery, Prague
Strahov Monastery, Prague
Strahov Monastery, Prague
Strahov Monastery, Prague
Strahov Monastery, Prague
We went for one library and were blessed to see TWO of Europe’s most beautiful libraries! Go as early as possible to avoid crowds of people trying to get a peek from a small door as entrance into the actual library is not possible unless with a private tour guide. (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({}); Go early for a NYE dinner around 5-6pm before the crowds come! Hang out at the Christmas Market at night for dessert & a concert
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Petřín
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Petřín, Prague
The third day we thought it was a good day to visit the Prague Castle. Inside the Castle there are several places to visit: San Vito’s Cathedral, St. George Basilica, the Golden Alley… We booked the morning of the third day to make the visit. We used the Prague Card to get the ticket for free and we liked it a lot. In our surprise, we were able to do it in less time than we expected. That’s why at midmorning we decided to go to the Petřín Tower. This tower is a place that .....we totally recommended. You can have the best views of the city of Prague. Show less
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St. Nicholas Church
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St. Nicholas Church, Prague
Entering the church the beautiful marble and gold interior is overwhelming. Paying special attention to the works you’ll find yourself marvelling at the art for quite some time. You won’t have seen another church like St Nicholas Church and even if you don’t like churches you should check this one out. Get ready to be wowed by the outstanding artwork, amazing statues and carvings.
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Malá Strana
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Malá Strana, Prague
On the other end of Charles Bridge from Old Town Square lies the Malá Strana or Lesser Town district. The area is home to many old churches, palaces and beautiful gardens, as well as international embassies located in elegant Baroque buildings. Also in this area are some of some of the best hostels in Prague. Surrounding the Lesser Town Square are pubs, shops, and restaurants with lots of character.
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Church of the Virgin Mary - At the Theatines
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Dating from 1338, the Old Town Hall has striking Gothic interiors, including a hall with a painted wooden ceiling. The stained glass windows of the Chapel of the Virgin Mary are also impressive. The town hall is most famous for its Astronomical clock tower. Built in 1410, this historic landmark is famous for its 12 apostle figurines, who appear every hour from 9 am to 11 pm.  For a panoramic view of Prague, purchase a ticket for the tower and halls from the ground floor. There’s a lift to the top and .....the tower is fully accessible by wheelchair. If you’re feeling hungry, head to Zinc Restaurant in the Hilton Prague Old Town. The design is Art Deco inspired and the team presided by Executive Chef Valerio Bussandri make some delicious dishes. We recommend the Bee my Guest honey cake and ice cream dessert for a contemporary take on trdelnik. The food scene in Prague has changed dramatically, with street food and Asian cuisine both now popular. There are also a wide variety of healthy eating establishments. From the old town square, it’s less than 10 minutes walk to the iconic Charles Bridge via Platnéřská.  Show less
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Dancing House
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Dancing House, Prague
Dancing House, Prague
The Nationale Nederlanden building, as the Dancing House is actually called, is a collaboration between architects Frank Gehry and Vlado Milunic. Finished in 1992, it is also nicknamed Fred and Ginger after the dancers Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers who inspired the designers. Located on Jiraskovo nam overlooking the river, the Dancing House has a rooftop bar with great views of the Vltava. There’s also a restaurant called Ginger & Fred and the Dancing House Gallery. Jewish Quarter Josefov, Prague’s former Jewish Quarter, houses several interesting museums. The Jewish Museum and Museum of .....Decorative Arts are both worth a visit. You can also see the birthplace of Franz Kafka next to the Spanish Synagogue and visit the Old Jewish Cemetery. The area is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1992. Show less
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Český Krumlov
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Český Krumlov, Prague
Český Krumlov, Prague
Český Krumlov, Prague
Český Krumlov, Prague
Český Krumlov, Prague
Visit the Cesky Castle: Cesky Castle overlooks the city and is fun to explore around. Go about an hour before sunset and catch the twilight hours in the castle. Arrive earlier and take a guide tour of the castle (Admission - 300 CZK = $15 USD).Take a stroll in the Castle Garden: Wander through the Castle Garden (Zámecká zahrada) next to the Castle. During the summer months, there is an outdoor theater (Otáčivé hlediště) in the middle of the park. Be sure to buy your tickets ahead of time. When we .....were there it was sold out!Lose track of time at a cute cafe: Český Krumlov has no shortage of cute cafes and restaurants where you can spend an hour or an entire afternoon, sampling local dishes, sipping on coffee and enjoying a good book as the hours pass by. We can’t think of many towns more perfectly suited to a leisurely day in a cafe. Show less
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Prague Airport Transport
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Prague Airport Transport, Prague
Getting to the city is nothing special. It has an airport, train station, bus station, etc. In this region, buses are usually the cheapest way to travel, but sometimes it’s the train, so you’ll have to do your own research and compare. I took the bus to Prague from Vienna and then left on a train to Krakow, Poland. Once you’re in the city, the three metro lines are by far the easiest way to get around. Ticket prices are as follows: 24 CZK ($1) for 30-min, 32 CZK ($1.40) .....for 90-min, 110 CZK ($4.75) for 24-hours and 310 CZK ($13.40) for 72-hours. Show less
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National Gallery Prague - Kinský Palace
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National Gallery Prague - Kinský Palace, Prague
National Gallery Prague - Kinský Palace, Prague
National Gallery Prague - Kinský Palace, Prague
National Gallery Prague - Kinský Palace, Prague
National Gallery Prague - Kinský Palace, Prague
National Gallery Prague - Kinský Palace, Prague
It wasn’t until we reached the National Gallery, which is directly across the street from the Prague Castle entrance, that I realized how brilliant our Think Prague tour itinerary was. By starting our walking tour at Petrin Hill and not arriving to the castle until late afternoon, Ales ensured we avoided the masses. There was a small crowd on the National Gallery steps next to a statue of Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk (who is considered the father of the Czech Republic), but it wasn’t anywhere near as bad as the elbow-to-elbow overtourism .....we were expecting. Known locally as Národní Galerie Praha, Prague’s National Gallery has roots dating back to 1796. That’s when a mixture of Czech nobles and middle-class intellectuals from the Enlightenment movement came together in an effort to “elevate the deteriorated taste of the local public.” These cultural connoisseurs established Prague’s Academy of Fine Arts and the Picture Gallery of the Society of Patriotic Friends of the Arts. In 1902 Franz Joseph I (leader of the Austro-Hungarian Empire) created the Modern Gallery of the Kingdom of Bohemia, a private foundation devoted to collecting 20th century art. By 1919 the Picture Gallery has begun to create a central art collection for the newly independent country of Czechoslovakia. And in 1942, after the Modern Gallery was abolished, the Nationally Gallery (then officially known as the Czech-Moravian Land Gallery ) was established. Now, in addition to the main gallery, the National Gallery also has exhibitions at the Convent of St. Agnes of Bohemia, Schwarzenberg Palace, Sternberg Palace, and the Trade Fair Palace at one low price. READ MORE: Museo Maya de Cancun (Mayan Museum of Archaeology) Show less
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Amazing places & magical places in the Czech Republic Ltd.
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Amazing places & magical places in the Czech Republic Ltd., Prague
Amazing places & magical places in the Czech Republic Ltd., Prague
Amazing places & magical places in the Czech Republic Ltd., Prague
Amazing places & magical places in the Czech Republic Ltd., Prague
Amazing places & magical places in the Czech Republic Ltd., Prague
This city has numerous sophisticated places that can mesmerize your senses. Some of the most famous ones are stated below.   1. Prague Castle  It is the chief tourist attraction of the city, and it is located on a small hill. You can view the whole city from the top of this beautiful castle. This castle is the most significant ancient castle in the world and people from all around the globe come to see it.   2. The Old Town  The old town is the city's historical center which has the Gothic Tyn Church, Astronomical .....Clock (Orloj), Jan Hus monument and many other attractive features.   3. Prague Dancing House  It is one of the best architectural structures in Prague which is located in the city center.   4. Charles Bridge  It is an ancient bridge that was constructed in the 14th Century, and it is a splendid tourist attraction where people can enjoy and have fun. Some other grand attractions in this city are Mala Strana Bridge Tower, Jindrisska Tower, Vysehrad, Strahov Monastery, Prague Giant Metronome, Czech National Museum, Czech Museum of Fine Arts and Mozart and Dusek Museum.   Show less
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Clementinum
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Clementinum, Prague
Clementium is one of the largest building complexes of Europe. It houses the Czech National Library and offers classical musical concerts. They were built in the mid 16-18th centuries. The Clementium includes copies of every single book published in Chech, and hosts abou 6 million books in it. It has an exquisite Library hall with wonderful ceiling art works. This Old library is one of the most beautiful places you’ll see. It’s a treat, and a must visit place, especially for bibliophiles.
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Museum of Communism
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Museum of Communism, Prague
Museum of Communism, Prague
Museum of Communism, Prague
Museum of Communism, Prague
Museum of Communism, Prague
As part of the scholarship I was on, I visited the temporary photography exhibition to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Soviet occupation and interviewed local people who remember the day for a story I was writing. It was so eye-opening to see what a harrowing effect the occupation still has on the Czech people today – so I really wanted to learn more about the Communist regime, since I didn’t know much about it before. The Museum of Communism is just a couple of minutes’ walk from the Old .....Town Square, beside the market, and gives a sharp insight into daily life in Czechoslovakia under Soviet rule. I spent at least two hours there, purely because I wanted to read everything and learn as much as I could. It was so informative, and I’d recommend it to anyone visiting Prague. Show less
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Prague Beer Museum
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Prague Beer Museum, Prague
Prague Beer Museum, Prague
Prague Beer Museum, Prague
Prague Beer Museum, Prague
Not sure where to go on a night out in Prague? Dlouhá street is right next to the Old Town Square and this is the place where you will find numerous bars which are popular mainly by tourists, expats and few locals as well. If you fancy music of sixties or seventies, then head to James Dean. There is a restaurant where they make amazing burgers and American breakfast, at the lower floor is a club. The other popular place is Bombay bar – reasonable coctails and disco music. If you .....get hungry try Fish and Chips store. At the end of the street you can find club Roxy which is featuring famous Dj´s few times per month. Just above this club is very pleasant bar and gallery called Nod. If you wanna dance, continue to the end of the street and on the left side you will spot a place looking like entry into an old block of flats. Don´t get mislead, this is actually an entrance into a club called 2.patro. Really cool place! Opposite this place you can find Prague Beer Museum where you can taste chocolate, blueberry or grapefruit beers! Show less
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Jewish Quarter
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Jewish Quarter, Prague
Jewish Quarter, Prague
The free walking tours are the best way to see the city. It’s told by locals and is always a good time. The best part of the tour is passing through the Jewish Quarters. They teach you a ton about the history of the Jewish people in Prague. The Jewish Quarters is now the most expensive neighborhood in all of Prague.
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Rothenburg ob der Tauber Central Station
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Rothenburg ob der Tauber Central Station, Prague
Rothenburg ob der Tauber Central Station, Prague
Rothenburg ob der Tauber Central Station, Prague
Rothenburg ob der Tauber Central Station, Prague
Rothenburg ob der Tauber Central Station, Prague
Rothenburg ob der Tauber Central Station, Prague
It only takes about a little more than an hour by rail from Nuremberg Central station to get to Rothenburg ob der Tauber. The charming medieval town, towering above the “Tauber” river, is located at the cross-way of the Romantic Road (running from Wurzburg to Fussen/Alp Mountains) and the Castle Road (running from Mannheim/Heidelberg to Prague). Enjoy visiting the Old Town with the historic City wall (can be walked on). A highlight for many is “Kaethe Wohlfahrt Christmas Wonderland which is open all year. Adjected to the store is the Christmas Museum which is .....worth visiting if you are interested in the history of Christmas and Christmas decorations. The price of your tour includes an English-speaking escorted walking tour which will take place at 2pm. At your convenience take the train from medieval Rothenburg ob der Tauber back to Nuremberg Central Station, where your hotel is located. Show less
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Kafka Museum
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Kafka Museum, Prague
Kafka Museum, Prague
Kafka Museum, Prague
Kafka Museum, Prague
One of the most famous Czech people ever was the writer Franz Kafka. He is particularly well known for his surreal short story, The Metamorphosis in which the hero is transformed into a giant insect. You can see a tribute to this talented writer at the Head of Franz Kafka sculpture. Installed next to the Quadrio shopping centre, the stainless steel statue is constantly rotating. The  stands 11 metres tall and was designed by David Cerny, the Czech artist. This sculpture should not be confused with the equally surreal Statue of Franz .....Kafka by Jaroslav Rona on Vezenska Street. Show less
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New Town
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New Town, Prague
New Town, Prague
New Town, Prague
New Town, Prague
New Town, Prague
I know this won’t appeal to everybody, especially those on a backpacker’s budget, but this is definitely one of my favorite things to do in Prague.  Me and a buddy were walking home from a long night out, and decided to stop in the Casino for some blackjack.  (I had just got back from a trip to The French Riviera where it costs 10 euro minimum to play).  In Prague, the minimum bet is only 100 CZK (3/4 Euros), so you can actually sit there and play for awhile.  I’ve .....walked out of there winning over 100 U.S.D.  If you like to gamble, it’s definitely a great city in Europe to do it.  My favorite is Casino Ambassador, located towards the bottom of Wencelsas Square. Show less
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Clock Tower Bar Crawl
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Clock Tower Bar Crawl, Prague
Clock Tower Bar Crawl, Prague
Clock Tower Bar Crawl, Prague
Clock Tower Bar Crawl, Prague
Clock Tower Bar Crawl, Prague
Having been on this pub crawl at least 5 or 6 times now, I can definitely say that this is one of the best ways to experience Prague’s insane nightlife.  It costs about 450 CZK (18 euros), but it is worth every penny.  There is an open-bar that last 2.5 hours.  YES, 2.5 HOURS, from 8:30 – 11:00 P.M!  After that, the guides take you to 3-4 different bars / clubs in Prague, providing a great variety of atmospheres while exploring the city at night.  At every stop, you get .....an additional free shot (if you’re smart, you can easily get away with more one).  The crawl will end up at a club around 2-3 A.M.  I honestly love this pub crawl.  The guides are great, they take you to really dope spots, and it’s always a good time. Show less
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Tourist Information Centre - Staroměstská radnice (Old Town Hall)
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Tourist Information Centre - Staroměstská radnice (Old Town Hall), Prague
Tourist Information Centre - Staroměstská radnice (Old Town Hall), Prague
Tourist Information Centre - Staroměstská radnice (Old Town Hall), Prague
Tourist Information Centre - Staroměstská radnice (Old Town Hall), Prague
Tourist Information Centre - Staroměstská radnice (Old Town Hall), Prague
Tourist Information Centre - Staroměstská radnice (Old Town Hall), Prague
For more on Prague, what to do and see, visit the Prague City Tourism website. For a wonderful city tour of Prague, I highly recommend Eva Vondrusova with CAT tours. Did you know Prague has its own Little Vietnam?  I wrote about it for Urban Travel Blog. Check out my post: Guide to the Sapa District in Prague.
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Prague Card
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Prague Card, Prague
The Prague Card allows for free access to the 60 best attractions in the city, including the Prague Castle, the Five Synagogues, the Jewish Cemetery, the Lobkowicz Palace, and much more. Unmissable! The most popular attractions included with the Prague Card are:
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Kampa Island
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Kampa Island, Prague
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Kampa Island, Prague
Kampa Island, Prague
Kampa Island, Prague
If you are coming from the Old Town Square, go onto a Charles Bridge and at the end go left. You will see stairs leading into a small square. If you follow the road you will get into a park where you will not miss the huge sculptures of babies without faces from the controversial artist David Černý. Right next to that is Kampa museum where the largest collection of Central European modern art is waiting right for you. Then head to Velkopřevorské náměstí and write a message on the famous Lennon Wall.
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Letna Park
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Letna Park, Prague
Letna Park, Prague
Letna Park, Prague
Letna Park, Prague
Letna Park, Prague
The first time I visited Prague we didn’t make the time to visit this park which is something I regret.  The park is nestled on a hill to the north of the Vltava River offering the best views of Prague.  There’s no doubt about that one.  You can see straight down the river all the way past Charles Bridge.  If you’re visiting Prague in Summer, there’s no where better to enjoy a beer in the late afternoon golden sunshine.    
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St. George's Basilica
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St. George's Basilica, Prague
St. George's Basilica, Prague
St. George's Basilica, Prague
St. George's Basilica, Prague
St. George's Basilica, Prague
Known locally as Bazilika Sv. Jiří, this is the oldest surviving church building in Prague Castle. St. George’s Basilica was founded in 920 by Prince Vratislaus I, the father of St. Wenceslas (the patron saint of Bohemia, made famous by the Christmas carol “Good King Wenceslas”). The church was considerably enlarged when the Benedictine St. George’s Abbey was added in 973. It was later rebuilt in the Romanesque style, with an apse and two steeples, after a major fire devastated the Basilica in 1142. The current Baroque façade was added in the late 17th century .....(around the same time the convent was reconstructed), and architect F.M. Kanka added the Baroque Chapel of St. John Nepomuk in the early 18h century. On the inside, you’ll find St. George’s tomb in a Gothic-style chapel, as well as shrines to Prince Vratislav and Duke Boleslaus II of Bohemia. The building also houses the National Gallery’s 19th century Bohemian Art Collection, and occasionally serves as a concert hall. Tours inside the Basilica are included in Circuit A and Circuit B Prague Castle tickets. READ MORE: 75 Christmas Traditions Around the World Show less
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Golden Lane
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Golden Lane, Prague
Golden Lane, Prague
Golden Lane, Prague
Golden Lane, Prague
Golden Lane, Prague
Golden Lane (Zlatá ulička) is an ancient street within the Prague Castle complex. This picturesque street is named for the goldsmiths who lived here during the 17th century. The street is lined with colorful, tiny houses that look like out of a fairy tale. These houses were occupied until the Second World War. Franz Kafka lived and worked in house number 22 from 1916 to 1917.
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Lobkowicz Palace
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Lobkowicz Palace, Prague
Lobkowicz Palace, Prague
Lobkowicz Palace, Prague
Lobkowicz Palace, Prague
Lobkowicz Palace, Prague
Prague Castle is truly one of the wonders of our world. The site is absolutely huge, and contains such amazing sights as St Vitus Cathedral, the Royal Palace, and the Basilica of St George. However, also within the complex is a hidden gem called Lobkowicz Palace. Sadly, it isn’t included in the tickets for Prague Castle, and a separate admission fee will have to be paid. Don’t let that put you off, because it is a splendid attraction with a marvellous story and whisks you briefly away from the sometimes .....insane crowds of Prague Castle’s more popular attractions. Lobkowicz Palace, dating back to the 1500s, is still owned by the noble Lobkowicz Palace. It was unusually returned to them after years of communist rule in the Czech Republic. This was only after lengthy legal cases, however. The palace is a beautiful space, with red carpets and large spacious rooms, now filled with art treasures and priceless artefacts. We heard the end of a midday concert that they hold in the palace through the door. If the timing is right for your visit, you can attend these concerts.   Show less
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Loreto Sanctuary
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Loreto Sanctuary, Prague
Loreto Sanctuary, Prague
Loreto Sanctuary, Prague
Loreto Sanctuary, Prague
Loreto Sanctuary, Prague
The Prague Loreto is a famous Marian pilgrimage destination in the Hradcany district of Prague, with a stunning Baroque facade. It was built between 1626 and 1631 by an Italian architect, and paid for by a member of the Lobkowicz family. The facade was added less than a hundred years later. To take photos, you have to buy a photo pass. This is always quite annoying! Even more so here, since there was no one inside checking this, so everyone was taking photos, pass or not! The Loreto Complex has a famous .....clock tower with a carillon that produces a famous chime. It has rang here since 1695! You can go upstairs to see a video screen which shows the inner workings of the carillon. However, we watched from down in the cloister. It was a special experience! It has a really unique sound with a rather high pitch playing a Czech Marian hymn. You can hear it every hour between 9-6. Show less
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Waldstein garden
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Waldstein garden, Prague
Waldstein garden, Prague
Waldstein garden, Prague
Waldstein garden, Prague
We were quite surprised to see many green spaces scattered throughout the city of spires. There are about 200 parks in Prague and some that have been here for centuries. Urban parks were popular places for families to have picnics, play and sunbathe especially during the summer weekends when we were there.
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Kutna Hora
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Kutna Hora, Prague
On Day 6 of your vacation package you have either more time for sightseeing in Prague or you can think about a taking a guided tour to the macabre sight of Kutná Hora’s bone chapel. The price of this tour is not included in the price of your holiday package but – if you let us know in advance – we can book this 6 six hour tour for you for an extra of EUR 26 per person. Kutná Hora is one of the most popular destinations in the Czech Republic. The gem .....of Bohemian history with its amazing collection of historic buildings has once been the economic and cultural center and the favorite residence of several Bohemian kings. Show less
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Sedlec Ossuary
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Sedlec Ossuary, Prague
Sedlec Ossuary, Prague
Sedlec Ossuary, Prague
Sedlec Ossuary, Prague
Sedlec Ossuary, Prague
Have you ever seen a chandelier made from human bone?  You can see this and much more in Sedlec Ossuary. Taking the bus out from Prague to Kutna Hora and make your way to Sedlec you’ll find what is often called the ‘Bone Church’. Unbelievably this church is decorated with more than 40,000 human skeletons. You might find it a bit morbid but it is still impressive. It is definitely worth the trip. When it comes to travelling to the more eastern parts of Europe, you might be a bit wary. .....But even places like Lithuania are becoming more popular with visitors today. However, tourists have been coming to Prague from all over for a very long time and you’ll definitely enjoy your trip. Even if you have limited time in the city and are not sure where to start, you will still see the best of the city if you follow these Prague top ten things to do. From amazing sights to plenty of food and drink you will enjoy your stay in this wonderful city. Show less
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Airport Express Bus Stop (AE)
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Airport Express Bus Stop (AE), Prague
Airport Express Bus Stop (AE), Prague
Airport Express Bus Stop (AE), Prague
Airport Express Bus Stop (AE), Prague
Airport Express Bus Stop (AE), Prague
The first day was the day we flew there from Barcelona. We arrived at the Prague airport at 10 o’clock in the morning after raising up really early, as in most trips we do. When we arrived there we took the Airport Express, a bus that goes directly from the airport to the center of Prague. The good part is that if you buy the Prague Card this bus is completely free. On this page you can find more information about Airport Express. After that, we left things at the hotel and went to see Karlstejn Castle. It takes .....about an hour by train from the city to arrive to the Karlstejn Castle. We wanted to do it the first day so we can take advantage of the 3-day Prague Card in the city. Most of the places where you can take advantatge are in the city. We weren’t able to do much more the first day because we spent most of the day going the castle. We were pretty tired to start visiting the city. Show less
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Zahradní restaurace Letenský zámeček
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If drinking 40 CZK ($2) beer is not your thing, then come for the best views of Prague. You might just make a few furry friends too. Letna Beer Garden is attached to a park with play grounds, grass fields, and walking paths all offering great views of the city.
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Cross Club
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Cross Club, Prague
Cross Club, Prague
Cross-body bag to keep in front of you and away from potential pickpockets. A coin bag since they have a ton of coins in their currency. A light jacket for breezy nights during fall and spring travels. Touchscreen Gloves during winter so you can use your phone without taking off your gloves. Walking shoes – I live in my Converse and black Nikes when walking the whole day. Portable battery charger in case your phone dies.
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Golden City Hotel Garni
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Golden City Hotel Garni, Prague
Golden City Hotel Garni, Prague
Golden City Hotel Garni, Prague
Golden City Hotel Garni, Prague
Golden City Hotel Garni, Prague
Golden City Hotel Garni, Prague
The Golden City, as Prague is sometimes nicknamed, was the biggest city in the Holy Roman Empire, from 1300 to 1350. Under Charles IV, the King of Bohemia, Prague became a cultural hub for central Europe. The famous Charles Bridge is named after him. 
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A|X Praha Palladium
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A|X Praha Palladium, Prague
A|X Praha Palladium, Prague
A|X Praha Palladium, Prague
A|X Praha Palladium, Prague
A|X Praha Palladium, Prague
Close by on Republic Square, there’s Palladium Shopping Center, the largest mall in downtown Prague. This former barracks has over 170 shops and 31 restaurants spread over five floors. Visitors can admire the archaeological foundations and contemporary Czech artworks on display.
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Mosaic House Design Hotel
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Mosaic House Design Hotel, Prague
Mosaic House Design Hotel, Prague
Mosaic House Design Hotel, Prague
Mosaic House Design Hotel, Prague
Mosaic House Design Hotel, Prague
Mosaic House Design Hotel, Prague
The historic building Mosaic House occupies was renovated to be comfortable, aesthetically pleasing to guests, and environmentally friendly. The building has all the standard eco-friendly facets like long lasting LED energy saving light bulbs, triple layer windows to help control climate, and low flow water saving shower heads.
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Golden Crown Jewelry
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Golden Crown Jewelry, Prague
Golden Crown Jewelry, Prague
Golden Crown Jewelry, Prague
Golden Crown Jewelry, Prague
Golden Crown Jewelry, Prague
The massive Roman St. Vitus Cathedral is the largest most significant Christian church in the Czech Republic. Located on the grounds of Prague Castle, the cathedral dates back to the mid-13th century and took over 525 years to complete. As a result, its unique design is reflective of Neo-Gothic Baroque and Renaissance influences. It is also said to house the Crown Jewels of Czech kings in a special, highly-secured chamber. Inside the church, visitors can view heavenly stained glass windows and the St. Wenceslas Chapel, which boasts an altar encrusted with .....over 1,300 precious stones. And if you’re up for a challenge, you can climb over 280 steps to the lookout atop the cathedral’s main tower. The birds-eye views are worth it! This is, without a doubt, one of the top Prague attractions you will want to visit during your time exploring this city. OUR PRAGUE EBOOK!"PRAGUE: A Local’s Guide to the City of 100 Spires!" includes 140+ pages of information with everything you need to know about visiting Prague.GET IT! Show less
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Dating as far back as the 10th century, Vysehrad fortress, or “Hill Castle”, is one of the most splendid attractions in Prague. Overlooking the Vltava River from a rocky hilltop, the fortress is believed to be the oldest seat of Czech royalty and the original settlement of Prague. Though largely in ruins today, guests can stroll the fort grounds and enjoy several must-see attractions including Basilica of St. Peter and St. Paul and the Vyšehrad Cemetery. Additionally, you can catch some really sweet views of Prague from the top of the wall. .....If you get thirsty exploring the park stop by the beer garden in Vysehrad (we love how much Czech’s love their beer gardens) and have a nice cold delicious beer! Check out our article for more places to drink amazing beer in Prague! Show less
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