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Visit Prague Czech Republic travel guide

Prague Czech Republic is located on the Vltava River in central Bohemia, Europe. In recent years, the city has become very popular among tourists. It is an attractive holiday destination for people of all ages and is distinguished by its charming, medieval and historic appeal. Popularly known as the Jewel of the Crown in Central Europe and one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Prague (Praha) has tourism as one of its main industries. However, it’s still nice to have a short, quiet, and romantic break in this gorgeous city. It’s got a lot to offer to travelers. …

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Top 12 Prague things to do & see

Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic (Czechia), is an incredibly gorgeous city standing on the banks of the Vltava River. There are many amazing Prague things to do and see, as neither conflicts nor natural disasters have ever ruined this location and the architectural beauty has been perfectly preserved over time. The city is also known as the City of a Hundred Spires because of the many churches that adorn the city streets. Prague also retains many magnificent buildings dating back to the Baroque period: a sight missing in much of the rest of Europe after the destruction of …

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10 best Prague hotels, hostels & apartments

Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, is also known as The Golden City. One of the most beautiful cities in Central Europe, it was under communist rule until not that very long ago. Back then, it was very difficult to travel to Prague. However, things changed after the fall of the Iron Curtain, and finding Prague hotels, hostels, and apartments became easier and easier as time passed. Disclosure: Some of the links below are affiliate links. This means that at no extra cost to you, The Travel Bunny will earn a small commission if you click through and make …

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Prague history – the amazing City of 100 Spires

Prague is the sparkling gem of Central Europe, so well-preserved that it seems frozen in time. (And, in all honesty, it actually is for part of the year.) Prague history tells us that it is the only large European city that managed to escape bombardments during the World Wars. This is why it has an enchanting and sometimes almost creepy 14th-century appearance when you take a look around from the center of Old Town Square. Travel to Prague to witness a culture vividly occupied with histories of professions, transformations of avant-garde artistic and musical movements, and, underneath all this, a …

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