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Prague, capital city of the Czech Republic, is bisected by the Vltava River. Nicknamed “the City of a Hundred Spires,” it's known for its Old Town Square, the heart of its historic core, with colorful baroque buildings, Gothic churches and the medieval Astronomical Clock, which gives an animated hourly show. Completed in 1402, pedestrian Charles Bridge is lined with statues of Catholic saints.
Prague has so much to offer its visitors, from medieval castles to boat tours and some of the best bars and restaurants in the country, so you won’t run out of things to do. Wander across the Charles Bridge – completed in 1402, this medieval pedestrian bridge lined with Catholic statues offers spectacular views of the city and is a great place to snap some holiday pictures.
A hop-on, hop-off tour bus is always a great way to see some of the most iconic sights and really make the most of your time here. For a more authentic day-to-day travel experience, Prague Metro has 61 stations conveniently located all over the city, and a day pass is available for 110 Czk (less than £4).
Despite Prague’s lively history of invasions, the Old Town Square has remained relatively untouched since the 10th Century. Swarms of tourists crowd the historical streets, packing out the alfresco restaurants everyday. The square itself is the perfect place to admire the wonderful architecture Prague has to offer and if that isn’t your thing then the various street performers, musicians and merchants that line the streets here will certainly keep you entertained.
Seeing Prague from the river Vltava is a unique experience and offers a way to see the many historical buildings and monuments from a different perspective. Cruises within the city are competitively priced and often include lunch or dinner depending on the time of day you choose to embark. Choosing a cruise with a duration of two hours or more, will ensure that you are aboard long enough to escape the hustle and bustle of Prague city center and allow you to enjoy the serenity of some of the quieter riverbanks on the Vltava river.
The Czechs claim to have the best beer (pivo) in the world and Prague is a great place to test their claim. The huge choice of bars in the city offer famous Czech lagers such as Budvar and Staropramen alongside craft beers from the top microbreweries in the country. Most Czech beers are light beers, brewed naturally from hand-picked hops.
Increasingly, breweries are producing a dark ale too as an alternative, but most Czechs like their beer light, nicely chilled and with a tall head. Beer aficionados should also ensure a visit to the Prague Beer Museum which offers more than 31 quality beers on tap. Check out this Czech Beer Museum Tour and Bottle Your Own Beer
Welcome to Prague, where the beer is cheaper than water and everyone takes full advantage of the fact. The Czech capital might be one of the most underrated nightlife destinations in the world. While its museums and attractions lure their fair share of visitors, this is a city that's known for loving to party. You can spend months here without the nightlife scene ever getting old. From cozy bars to booming dance clubs, there is always something new to be discovered. If you aren’t having a great time in Prague, you simply haven’t found the right place. Once you do, you’ll be pounding those Becherovkas and shouting na zdravi all night. Are you ready? Nightlife in Prague is going to rock your world.
Prague’s nightlife has it all. World renowned for its jazz and classical music, there are many live music venues in Prague that can provide a good evening of entertainment. Take a stroll down the riverside and arrive at JazzDock which draws some of the best local jazz musicians. For serious clubbers, the Cross Club is an industrial nightclub in every sense of the word. Located in an industrial setting, the interior is a must-see jumble of gadgets, shafts and cranks, many of which move to the music.
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