Free and Fun Things to Do in Prague

Free and Fun Things to Do in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic (B)

Recently there has been a lot of buzz about Prague. The city boasts a large collection of the architectural gems of Europe. As you explore the Czech capital, you will come across the Astronomical Clock of Old Town, the busy Charles Bridge and the expansive Prague Castle among many others. The city is developing so fast that it totally obscures its tumultuous past. The Velvet Revolution of two decades ago did well to end the communist era of the Iron Curtain. Since then, Prague has reformed into a destination with a thousand years of architecture and constant growth. The old Gothic architecture forms a picturesque backdrop for a bustling city with chic restaurants offering savory tastes such as Asian cuisine, yet still dish up the classic steak.

Pleasure seekers as well as culture enthusiasts can find a lot of activities to do in one of the cities which best represent the transformation of Europe. It can be said to be the quintessential European travel destination. There is plenty to explore and many activities to help you take in the fullness of the city for free. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Free and Fun Things to Do in Prague
Guide Location: Czech Republic » Prague
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Simon Garcia
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Astronomical Clock
  • Old Town
  • Charles Bridge
  • Prague Castle
  • Lesser Town
  • New Town
  • Old Town Square
  • Tyn Church
  • Old Town Hall Tower
  • St. Nicholas Church
  • Wenceslas Square
  • Wallenstein Palace
  • 28 Rijna Street
  • Infant Jesus of Prague
  • Karvana Liberal
  • Prague State Opera
  • Charles Square
  • Church of St Ignatius
  • Czech Technical University
  • John Lennon Wall
  • Dancing House

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