Travel Prague beyond the Tourist Attractions

Travel Prague beyond the Tourist Attractions, Prague, Czech Republic (B)

Prague is both the capital of the Bohemian region and the Cezch Republic –formerly part of Czechoslovakia-, and perhaps the european city that have seen the biggest growth in foreign visitors in the last decades.

With its uniquely preserved historical centre being part of the UNESCO World Heritage List, Prague is the beautiful combination of the scents of medieval and classic times with the steadily arising pace of modernity.

A surprising and seductive city that keeps the legacy of its ancient roots while steadily earning its place in the new Century.

Owning a wide, rich and diverse gastronomic history, it’s hard to pick just a few places in Prague where one should go eating and drinking when visiting the city.

Anyway, thinking on limited schedule, we must narrow our choices to those options which offer a distinctive factor.

Within the following list you’ll find the restaurants and bars that guarantee best quality for your money.

Coming from the Old Town across Charles Bridge, Hergetova Cihelna is ckearly visible on the far side of the anti-flood wall, on our right. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Travel Prague beyond the Tourist Attractions
Guide Location: Czech Republic » Prague
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Hugo Huertas
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Hergetova Cihelna
  • U Zlate Studne
  • U Modre Kachnicky II
  • U Modre Ruze
  • Plzenska
  • Grand Cru
  • Cellarius
  • Národní Banka Vín
  • Brewery U Fleků
  • Zly Casy
  • T-Anker

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