Czech: Plan Your Seasonal Break in Prague

Czech: Plan Your Seasonal Break in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic (B)

Prague, locally known as Praha, boasts some of the most picturesque architectural landmarks in Europe. The Czech capital is also famous for its abundance of tasty beers, pubs, cosy cafés, great restaurants, and shady parks.I visited Prague a few weeks ago and was pleasantly surprised with this charming city full of picturesque scenery and friendly people.

My journey to Prague was very pleasant. I’ve therefore created a two-day itinerary for Prague, packed with the best things to do and see in the capital.

Start your discovery of the Czech capital with a visit to Prague Castle. This castle complex holds the record for the largest ancient castle in the world – it is 570m long, 128m wide and covers a total area bigger than seven football fields. It comprises the Baroque Old Royal Palace, the Romanesque St. George’s Basilica, the Gothic St. Vitus’ Cathedral, galleries and museums.

While this incredible complex requires several hours to explore thoroughly, the effort is well worth it. It’s important to note that admission to the castle grounds is free but some individual sites charge for entry. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Czech: Plan Your Seasonal Break in Prague
Guide Location: Czech Republic » Prague
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Natasha Von Geldern
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Prague Castle
  • Charles Bridge
  • Café Slavia
  • Municipal House
  • Astronomical Clock Strike the Hour
  • Old Jewish Cemetery
  • Dancing Building

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