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Are you planning to spend a couple of days in Prague and looking for little help with planning? Congratulations! You are in the right place. Here you will find answers to the most common questions: main attractions and useful tips, top things to do and places to visit in Prague, dishes to taste and beer to drink, information on how to use public transport and how to avoid scams.

Food You Have to Try in Prague

Food You Have to Try in Prague

Let's face it. Czech national cuisine is quite unhealthy and rich-in-calories. You hardly will be able to eat something without splashing it with plenty of beer:).

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Old Town Square

Old Town Square

Once upon a time, on the site of the Old Town Square, there was a noisy market. Without any plan, a settlement began to be built around it. And later, the settlement turned into the Old Town. Old Town Square has always been the center of the town’s public life. The Town Hall was here. General meetings were held here. Town criers read the decrees of the king here. Convicts were executed here.

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Two Days in Prague

Two Days in Prague

There are so many things to do and places to visit in Prague! It is a great idea to stay here for at least two days so that you can enjoy the city without a hurry. Here is our two-day itinerary for getting to know Prague.

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One Day in Prague

One Day in Prague

So, you have just one day to get to know Prague and wondering what do? Short answer - extend your stay at least for another couple of days:). Ok, all jokes aside. Prague city center is relatively small, but there are so many attractions that it is hard to see everything in one day. It would help if you had a solid plan as there will be no much time for improvising.

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How to Exchange Money in Prague

How to Exchange Money in Prague

You can change money at exchange offices. The exchange rate can vary quite a bit. As a rule, exchange offices with the most favorable rates can be found a little away from the crowded streets and squares, for example, in Krakovska or Politickych Veznu streets near Wenceslas Square or in Kaprova street not far from the Old Town Square.

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Prague Public Transport

Prague Public Transport

The main Prague attractions are within walking distance of each other. And many of the most beautiful streets and squares are a pedestrian zone. So don't forget to pack a pair of comfortable shoes and prepare yourself for long walks:). However, you will probably have to use public transport from time to time.

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How to Get from Prague Airport to City Center

How to Get from Prague Airport to City Center

The most affordable and also quite fast option is bus number 119. This bus will take you to the green line of the Prague metro, Nádraží Veleslavín station, from where you can get to any part of the city.

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History of Lesser Town

History of Lesser Town

Mala Strana is the most romantic of Prague's quarters. Narrow cobblestone streets, baroque churches, green parks of luxurious palaces, and red tile roofs. A settlement appeared on the left bank of Vltava river not long after the Prague Castle had been founded.

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History of Vysehrad

History of Vysehrad

Vysehrad is unique. We can hardly find another place in Prague with so many legends associated with it. According to old chronicles, forefather Czech came to mount Rip with his retinue and rule in the Czech lands for 30 years. After that, Krok became a ruler. And someone predicted to him that misfortune would come to his settlement. To avoid this, Krok moved his throne to a high rock above the Vltava river and named a new settlement Vysehrad.

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Nerudova Street

Nerudova Street

One of the most picturesque streets in Prague bears the name of the Czech writer and journalist Jan Neruda. It leads up from Malostranska Square to Prague Castle. Here you can admire Baroque houses with richly decorated shields and portals. There are also several palaces here. But the most exciting thing in this street is that we still can see many house signs used instead of numbers.

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St. Nicholas Church at the Lesser Town

St. Nicholas Church at the Lesser Town

The Church of St. Nicholas in Malostranska Square is one of the most beautiful Baroque churches not only in Prague but in the whole Czech Republic. One way or another, the mighty dome with its thin bell tower is an integral part of the cityscape.

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Old Jewish Cemetery

Old Jewish Cemetery

The cemetery in Prague's Josefov is one of the oldest Jewish cemeteries in Europe. It was founded in the 14th century and served as the main burial place for the Prague Jewish community.

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