Prague Travel Guide

Prague Travel Guide, Prague, Czech Republic (B)

Prague has had a tumultuous history to say the least; being a key city for a number of empires, monarchies, sovereign states, governments and revolutions, that have changed almost with each century. The multitude of political and cultural influences is reflected in the incredible range of architecture in the city, making Prague a wonder to behold; the city’s structures a visual representation of the different periods of success, wealth and change that has maintained Prague for over a thousand years.

For us it was new years eve in Prague. Wild celebrations in the streets and squares with free-for-all, unrestricted fireworks and alcohol, provides an exciting atmosphere in the streets and alleys surrounding the old town. The left over christmas markets and food stalls are still crowded with people searching for that festive feeling, in a city where a party could start at any minute. We were there for four nights to find that party.

Note – Costing will be in GBP as that’s how we booked everything. I’ll include a currency conversion to CZK in the price summary. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Prague Travel Guide
Guide Location: Czech Republic » Prague
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Kane Power
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Sir Toby’s Hostel
  • Hostel One
  • Mosaic House
  • Prague Castle
  • Charles Bridge
  • Old Town Square
  • Tyn Church
  • Astronomical Clock
  • Jewish Cemeter
  • Lennon Wall
  • Dancing House
  • Church of St Michael
  • Black Angels Bar
  • Chapeau Rouge
  • Tynska Bar and Books
  • Red Room
  • U Medvídků Brewery
  • Pivovarský klub
  • Karlin Theatre

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