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    Old Town Square- The most visited Square of Prague

    Starting as a marketplace in the 11th century, the Old Town Square became one of the most significant squares in the country in 12th century. The Old Town Square continues its significant role today as one of the most visited tourist locations in the Czech Republic. The square offers the opportunity to visit numerous historical […] More

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    St. Nicholas Church -famous Baroque church

    Prague’s most famous Baroque church, the St. Nicholas Church, is located in the middle of the Lesser Town Square. It should not be confused with St. Nicholas Church on the Old Town Square. The church on the Lesser Town is one of the most magnificent of its kind. History of the Baroque Church The former […] More

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    The Old Royal Palace at Prague Castle

    The Old Royal Palace was once the ruling seat of the Bohemian kings. It was built in 1135 in the right part of Prague Castle, just above the Wall Gardens, and served its original purpose until the 16th century. Even today you can visit the palace and gain an impression of bygone times. Today, mainly […] More

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    The Wenceslas Square – boulevard square

    The width of 60m and the length of 700m make the Wenceslas Square look like a boulevard rather than an actual square. It forms the center of Prague and it is – due to its length – one of the largest squares in Europe. On this square, history was made several times throughout the 20th […] More

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    The Dancing House (Tančící dům)

    The dancing house, built by the Canadian and Czech architects Frank Gehry and Vlado Milunic´, has symbolized hope and progress since it was finished in 1996, when the young republic was freshly formed after many years of communism. The dancing couple, which the house symbolizes, is the first architectural sign of modernism in Prague after […] More

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    John Lennon Wall

    Originally, the John Lennon Wall was a normal old wall in the old city of Prague. Nowadays, it is covered in colorful street art and is a point of attraction for both young and old. Even though it is named after john Lennon, visitors can never know what they will see as the wall is […] More

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    Hostels in Prague – Sleep well and budget-friendly in the city

    Prague is a fantastic city with many sights and cultural attractions to discover. In order to see as much as possible of the Czech capital without having to pay much attention to spending too much, there are many helpful tips to save money. Hostels are one of the cheapest options to stay at. Especially among […] More

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    Vyšehrad – Prague’s stronghold

    Vyšehrad, also known as Vyšehrad or Prague’s stronghold, is a legendary castle on the banks of the Vltava river. It was founded as early as the 10th century and still attracts visitors from all over the world to this day.   History of Prague’s stronghold The Vyšehrad was probably built in the 10th century and […] More

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    The Prague Castle – Pražský hrad

    The Prague Castle has been standing for over 1000 years and forms the center of Prague. Three chateau yards and many different additional buildings that have been added over the centuries, make it the largest closed castle area in the world today. Thus, the castle is the ideal destination to visit and not without reason […] More

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    U Fleků – Enjoying Beer for the last 500 Years

    The largest brewery restaurant U Fleků has been brewing beer continuously for 500 years and continues to brew natural Czech beer for its customers in Prague. The U Fleků boasts eight halls and a garden with room for over 1200 guests and serves on average 2000 glasses of beer a day making it the perfect […] More

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    Brewery Tours and Beer Tasting in Prague

    The microbreweries of the Czech Republic are currently experiencing an enourmous boom. Nowadays tourists of the city of Prague can enjoy countless different small and large breweries, which make the beer variety of the country more colorful and rich. On brewery tours, experts teach beer enthusiasts more about the different tastes and preparations of various […] More

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    Beer Tours in Prague

    Czech beer is famous throughout the world. In the capital city of Prague you can experience the art of brewing and the variety of beer the best. While pubs and nightlife promise a special experience, beer tasting on organized beer tours is even more exclusive. On brewery tours you get an insight into the flourishing […] More

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