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Your Unforgettable Prague City Break Starts Here

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.

Cathedral Church of Saints Cyril and Methodius

Cathedral Church of Saints Cyril and Methodius

The church in Resslova Street, built in the 18th century, was initially consecrated to St. Charles Borromeo. There are still frescoes inside that depict scenes from this saint's life. But in 1783, during Joseph's reforms, the church was closed. The army used the building for many years.

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Cesky Krumlov

Cesky Krumlov

Not far from the Austrian borders, 180 kilometers from Prague, you can find one of the most beautiful towns in the Czech Republic. Its name is Cesky Krumlov. There is a majestic medieval castle on one hill and the gothic church of Saint Vitus on another. Between them, you will find a maze of streets with cobblestones and old houses. The river Vltava and the foothills of Sumava make this town even more picturesque.

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Dancing House

Dancing House

Hardly any building in Prague caused more controversy than the Dancing House on the Rašinovo nábřeží. Some people like the original idea. Others claim that the building does not fit into the environment at all. But one way or another, no other modern construction in Prague attracts so much attention.

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What to Buy in Prague: The Best Souvenirs from the Czech Republic

What to Buy in Prague: The Best Souvenirs from the Czech Republic

If you want to bring something from Prague as a gift for your friends or as a small reminder of your visit to the city, do not limit yourself to magnets and tee cups. I have put together a list of traditional products so that you can find ideas for the best presents from the Czech Republic.

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Church of Our Lady before Tyn

Church of Our Lady before Tyn

The Church of Our Lady before Tyn is one of the most impressive Gothic buildings in Prague. And many people consider its eighty-meter-high spires to be the most beautiful in the city. The building suffered significantly from the fire in 1679. After that, the church was rebuilt. Baroque style primarily affected the interiors. Outside it is still a classic Gothic basilica, which is at first glance very modestly decorated.

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What to Expect When Travelling to Prague in Winter 2020-2021

What to Expect When Travelling to Prague in Winter 2020-2021

There are many articles out there with tips on visiting Prague during winter. Usually, you will read about the magical Christmas atmosphere, few tourists during the off-season, or fantastic concerts in churches, etc. And all of that will be true if we were not living in 2020.

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The Estates Theatre

The Estates Theatre

The Estates Theatre on Ovocný Trh Square is one of the first permanent theater stages in Prague. Built in 1781 - 1783 on the land plot of count František Antonin Nostic-Rieneck, it was initially called the Nostic Theatre.

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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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