Prague Tourist Attractions

 

 

 

Prague is a fascinating city in Central Europe. It was the capital of the Bohemian Kingdom founded in late 9th century. It still retains its alluring bohemian character despite disasterous interludes of Nazi occupation and Communist rule.

Tourists are again coming here in great numbers to see its many architectural wonders. Many magnificent old buildings have been transformed into wonderful hotels and fine restaurants giving tourists a wonderful opportunity to have an unforgettable holiday experience.

The Prague Castle is the most spectacular monument in the Czech Republic and looks stunningly gorgeous as if it has come straight out of a fairytale. It is the largest medieval castle complex in the world and is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage site. It contains wonderful palaces, spectacular religious edifices like St George’s Basilica and St Vitus Cathedral, viewing towers, halls and gardens.

 

This sprawling complex is now the seat of the Czech President. It is open to visitors from morning to evening. You have to buy a ticket to get in but most unlikely to be invited to have tea with the President!

Walking is the best way to explore this city through its labyrinth of narrow cobblestone streets lined with elegant old buildings, shops, bars and restaurants. Take a coach or hire a cab for visiting distant places.

The Old Town Square is Prague’s oldest and most important square surrounded by medieval buildings and grand churches. Marvel at the amazing Astronomical Clock that is still functioning since its installation here in 1410. Prodotti top

Wenceslas is another historic Square just five minutes walk from here. Another important landmark is the beautiful Charles Bridge over the Viltava River flanked by huge stone statues of Czech icons

Take a river cruise that sails through the heart of the city that would give you a wonderful opportunity to admire the city’s various attractions bordering the river.

Prague’s hotels and restaurants are as wonderful and as unique as the city. Hotels like Clementin and Savic are housed in 14th century Gothic and Renaissance palaces and are integral parts of the city’s history. Rooms are luxurious and food is excellent.

 

The Florentina Ship Hotel is a refurbished river cruiser moored near the Old Town. You get stunning views of the river and some of the city’s major landmarks. Rooms are comfortable, restaurants serve delicious Czech and international cuisine, and the sun deck is a wonderful place to enjoy evening cocktails.

Prague abounds with excellent restaurants, bars and boisterous nightclubs. Critics consider Bellevue to be a wonderful place to dine. It serves exquisite food in elegant surroundings.

The Medieval Tavern is the right place for enjoying a great evening in medieval style. Here you are expected to eat roasted and grilled meats with your hands while watching jugglers, swordsmen and dancers performing their skills wearing medieval costumes.Prague is indeed a wonderful fairytale city. Come here and have a good time.

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Prague Tourist Attractions

Prague Tourist Attractions

Prague is a fascinating city in Central Europe. It was the capital of the Bohemian Kingdom founded in late 9th century. It still retains its alluring bohemian

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Prague Tourist Attractions
Prague Tourist Attractions

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