Add a New Dimension to Prague Travel | Ride a Tank

Add a New Dimension to Prague Travel | Ride a Tank, Prague, Czech Republic (B)

Prague is full of the usual tourist highlight – Prague Castle, Charles Bridge and Astronomical Clock (which has now reopened after being closed for renovation). Instead, let me show you a side of Prague that regular visitors are unaware of – or have no time to visit. I might add here that I was surprised and amazed to see and experience this for myself and in doing so, I stopped feeling like a regular tourist and felt, briefly, that I had immersed myself in the real Czech Experience.

Please note that the following experiences are family friendly (yes, I mentioned family – beat that). I am certain that little kids would find a tank ride more fascinating than pushing through the tightly packed crowds on Charles Bridge – there, I said it again.

I wasn’t sure what to find here. I am huge fan of Botanicus products but to actually visit a Botanicus historical craft village in Ostrá was another thing. I was told that it was like a window to the Middle-Ages – and I could learn a trick or two of certain crafts. Who can so NO to learning something new, right? Especially to soap-making! Not me. Plus, I was told, they traded in an entirely different currency. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Add a New Dimension to Prague Travel | Ride a Tank
Guide Location: Czech Republic » Prague
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Anjaly Thomas
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Troja
  • Prague Zoo

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