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Things to do in Prague

This is a city that you can fall in love with! Not too big neither small, graciously and surprisingly modern. Sights here are multiple and really amazing. Named as "The City of a Hundred Spires" this city is home for many gothic churches,and colorful baroque buildings.There you can find also the medieval Astronomical Clock and more touristic and hoistorical sites. Get ready and go discover this charming city.

What to do in Prague

As the largest city and capital of Czech Republic, Prague offers tourists with a number of famous landmarks and things to do that have immense cultural and historical significance. With a population size of over 1.2 million inhabitants and an area spanning approximately 500 square kilometers, Prague occupies a key reputation for playing a pivotal role in the Protestant Reformation, and today is visited by scores of tourists. Known for playing a key role in 20th century European history, particularly during the First and Second World Wars, Prague is Czech Republic’s capital city and home to a Europe’s most prized attractions, for which it is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city is replete with a collection of historical places of interest and things to see, such as museums, universities, art galleries, and much more. For this reason, there are many things to do in Prague that tourists can enjoy, which is why it is a must visit to spend a perfect Euro trip with family or friends. If you are seeking a true European experience, be sure to visit Prague. Out the many places to see and things to do in Prague that you can enjoy, the Charles Bridge offers a fantastic opportunity to a structure that has a history dating back more than 600 hundred years. From the bridge, constructed under King Charles IV, you can see the beautiful landscape of the Vitava River, which makes a perfect place to take stunning pictures and videos. Other places you should visit include the Prague astronomical clock, Prague Castle, St. Vitus Cathedral, Old Town square, and the Church of Our Lady Before Tyn.


Visit Prague


Prague is a vibrant capital city of Czech Republic, comprising of an array of landmarks and centers that have immense cultural and historical value. If you are unsure where to visit for your vacation break this summer, Prague can provide with a rich European experience. The city is known for historical buildings and monuments that are listed as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. More importantly, it consists of various luxury hotels and shopping malls that can rival other European cities, such as London and Paris. As for accommodation, you can choose to stay at Prague’s Holiday Inn Prague Congress Centre. Here you have a selection of a number of deluxe rooms and amenities such as Wi-Fi, spa, gymnasium and swimming pool, along with facilities such as excellent and friendly staff and 24 hours information desk access. However, if you are looking for something more special, you can choose to stay at the Pod Vezi hotel that offers an excellent range of world-class accommodation amenities and facilities. Here, you can choose from a variety of stylish rooms, equipped with contemporary décor and furnishings, which can go a long way in making your stay comfortable and enjoyable. As for Prague’s shopping haven, you can visit malls such as the Palladium, Cerna Ruze, Nakupni Centrum Eden, all of which feature a selection of local and international brands.

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Rašín’s waterfront

Rašín’s waterfront

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Clementinum

Clementinum

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Narrowest street

Narrowest street

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Zbraslav Chateau

Zbraslav Chateau

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Toulcův dvůr

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Railway kingdom

Railway kingdom

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Průhonice castle and park

Průhonice castle and park

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Kolovraty

Kolovraty

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Kranner's Fountain

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Dancing house

Dancing house