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#1 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
Owner description: MindMaze is a live interactive adventure game where the stake is high and time is running! You and your team (2-5 people) are... more » Owner description: MindMaze is a live interactive adventure game where the stake is high and time is running! You and your team (2-5 people) are locked in room and you have only 60 minutes to find your way out!But to break free is not easy! Connect the missing links, open locks, decipher codes, solve logical problems and use what seems useless to complete the mission! Preliminary booking via our website is necessary.You don't need physical strength or particular language skills to enjoy the game! However our staff can explain you the rules and help you out in English or Czech languages. Are you ready for the adventure? Discover the untold story and forget about everything else outside the room! Booking a date in advance on our website is necessary. « less
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TRAP Prague (Prague)
#2 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
Owner description: Trap is a real life escape game, where a team of 2-5 people will be locked in a flat of a secret agent from the 70's. The... more » Owner description: Trap is a real life escape game, where a team of 2-5 people will be locked in a flat of a secret agent from the 70's. The task is to find the clues, solve all the puzzles and brain teasers using creativity and common sense. We guarantee one hour of pure fun, nothing else. Booking a date in advance on our website is necessary. « less
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#3 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
Category: Historic Walking Areas
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Old Town (Stare Mesto) (Prague)
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#4 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
Category: Neighborhoods; Landmarks/ Points of Interest
Owner description: The heart of Prague, Old Town is filled with many houses, churches and other structures dating back to the 13th century.... more » Owner description: The heart of Prague, Old Town is filled with many houses, churches and other structures dating back to the 13th century. Notable structures include the Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock, the Carolinum, the Municipal House and the Estates Theater. « less
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#5 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
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Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Historic Sites
Owner description: Located in the center of historic Prague, this lively square is surrounded by baroque buildings, vibrant cafes, street... more » Owner description: Located in the center of historic Prague, this lively square is surrounded by baroque buildings, vibrant cafes, street entertainers and craftspeople. « less
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#6 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
Owner description: The Prague Shooting Trips offer a chance to learn how to shoot these powerful weapons. The instructors all speak English and... more » Owner description: The Prague Shooting Trips offer a chance to learn how to shoot these powerful weapons. The instructors all speak English and safety is priority, full training will be given beforehand, included is transport to and from the venue, and a sandwich and drink after the event. Each group will take part in a competitive Prague Shooting session with scores counted and at the end the winning total will receive a diploma. Weapons include the famous AK47 Kalashnikov, the M16 Assault Rifle (with infrared sight), the Scorpion Evo submachine gun, the (dirty Harry) Magnum .357, the police issue Glock pistol, the UZI submachine gun, the popular Pump Action Shotgun and the powerful Sniper Rifle. « less
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#7 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
Category: Zoos

One of the best attraction for kids in Prague is the newly renovated zoo - now one of the best in Europe with huge open spaces for animals and great  trails for visitors. Kids... more »

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#8 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
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Category: Religious Sites; Architectural Buildings
Owner description: Situated at the Prague Castle, St. Vitus Cathedral is the most important and largest church in Prague. The cathedral is the... more » Owner description: Situated at the Prague Castle, St. Vitus Cathedral is the most important and largest church in Prague. The cathedral is the burial place of the former Czech kings and a home of the Czech Crown Jewels. « less
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#9 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
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Category: Castles
Owner description: An English-style park surrounds this romantic castle, rebuilt in the Tudor style during the mid-1800s. The castle interior... more » Owner description: An English-style park surrounds this romantic castle, rebuilt in the Tudor style during the mid-1800s. The castle interior features many objets d'art, paintings and tapestries from the 17th and 18th centuries. « less
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#10 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
Category: Neighborhoods
Owner description: One of the most historic sections of Prague, the Lesser Quarter features many Renaissance burghers' houses, baroque palaces,... more » Owner description: One of the most historic sections of Prague, the Lesser Quarter features many Renaissance burghers' houses, baroque palaces, narrow lanes and spacious squares. « less
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#11 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
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Category: Art Museums
Owner description: Over 600 years of Czech and European history contained within the oldest and largest privately-owned art collection in the... more » Owner description: Over 600 years of Czech and European history contained within the oldest and largest privately-owned art collection in the Czech Republic. « less
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#12 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
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Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
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#13 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
Category: Historic Sites; Lookouts
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#14 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
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Category: Bridges; Landmarks/ Points of Interest

Connecting the Old town with Lesser Town, this popular pedestrian bridge is filled with musicians, painters, vendors and tourists during the summertime. More info in Prague day... more »

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Cesky Krumlov Castle (Cesky Krumlov)
#15 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
Category: Castles; Historic Sites
Owner description: Our company provides shuttle bus transportation service between Cesky Krumlov or Ceske Budejovice, Vienna, Salzburg,... more » Owner description: Our company provides shuttle bus transportation service between Cesky Krumlov or Ceske Budejovice, Vienna, Salzburg, Hallstatt, Linz, Prague and other destinations. « less
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#16 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
Category: Neighborhoods; Observation Decks/ Towers
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#17 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
Category: Architectural Buildings; Symphonies

One of the most stunningly beautiful buildings in Prague, this lavishly decorated Art Nouveau edifice has been meticulously restored and houses two restaurants, a cafe, the... more »

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State Opera (Prague)
#18 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
Category: Operas
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#19 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
Category: Theaters; Landmarks/ Points of Interest
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Terezin (Terezin)
#20 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
Category: Historic Sites; History Museums
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#21 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
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Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Historic Sites

The best place in Prague.  Try to avoid during the busier times to get the most out of it.  Everytime you walk past this place you will stop and stare at the beauty, and maybe... more »

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#22 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
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Category: Castles; Historic Walking Areas

This fairy tale castle on a hill overlooking the Vltava River is the most popular sight in the city, reflecting the city's "Bohemian Baroque" architecture. The seat of Czech... more »

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#23 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
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Category: Religious Sites
Owner description: A magnificent example of Gothic architecture, this imposing cathedral features medieval frescoes and late-Gothic and... more » Owner description: A magnificent example of Gothic architecture, this imposing cathedral features medieval frescoes and late-Gothic and Renaissance paintings from the 15th century. « less
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Church of St. Nicholas (Prague)
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#24 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
Category: Religious Sites; Architectural Buildings
Mozart played the organ in this church, a magnificent example of the "Prague Baroque" period of the 18th century.
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Rudolfinum (Prague)
#25 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
Category: Historic Sites; Symphonies; Art Galleries; Architectural Buildings; Landmarks/ Points of Interest
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#26 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
Category: Art Museums; Museums
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Diana Lookout Tower (Karlovy Vary)
#27 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
Category: Lookouts
Owner description: Diana is perhaps the most popular tourist attraction in Karlovy Vary. Take the funicular from colonnade street to get direct... more » Owner description: Diana is perhaps the most popular tourist attraction in Karlovy Vary. Take the funicular from colonnade street to get direct to this beautiful place incl. best famous look-out tower, 100 y. old restaurant, forest terrace and mini-zoo. Only in restaurant Diana you can eat surrounded by spa forests while watching our peacocks. Only from look-out tower Diana you can take perfect photos of whole Karlovy Vary. Only in our mini-zoo you can caress just a few days old animals - if you come in right time ;-) On winter warm up by large fireplace in our historical restaurant, on summer surely use walking paths through the spa forests which starts right from our place. Visiting the "Tourist area Diana" will be nice and relaxing part of your trip to Karlovy Vary and you can come all year long. You didn´t see Karlovy Vary if you werent´t at Diana! « less
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#28 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
Category: Sports Complexes
Owner description: We operate indoor and outdoor shooting range for special forces and public. If you come to Prague, shooting AK47 is one of... more » Owner description: We operate indoor and outdoor shooting range for special forces and public. If you come to Prague, shooting AK47 is one of your must to do. Groups are welcome and our licensed shooting instructors are speaking English. Indoor shooting range has limited type of guns and 25m firing distance. Outdoor shooting range is without limit and 50m firing distance. We have legendary rifles ready for you! AK47 types,S&W MP15,GLOCK,MAGNUM REVOLVER,CZ PISTOL,REMINGTON SHOTGUN and more.A Lifetime experience for everybody! (age 18+)Check our AIRPORT Shooting pickup service, cheapest and the most adventure way how to start your epic adventure in Prague - "Option A" in our transportation section on wesite. « less
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KGB Museum (Prague)
#29 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
Category: History Museums; Museums
Owner description: KGB for many years have been of the most powerful and famous secret service in the world. The KGB museum (Russian: Музей КГБ,... more » Owner description: KGB for many years have been of the most powerful and famous secret service in the world. The KGB museum (Russian: Музей КГБ, Czech: Muzeum KGB, German: KGB Museum, French: Musée du KGB) was founded by the organization Chernyy dozhd. This non-governmental private organization is a community of people who are fascinated with the history collected unique items related to the activities of the Soviet Secret Service. The presence of many exhibits is primarily due to anarchy and lack of control over many state museums in the USSR during its division into many independent states, which used to be former Soviet socialist republics. Only due to the Chernyy dozhd organization many priceless exhibits were saved from looting, destruction and recycling. This is the first time in the world memorabilia previously belonging to the first persons of the Soviet Union, the heads of the Cheka-NKVD-GPU-OGPU-MGB-KGB and the senior functionaries of the soviet state security are put together in one place.The exhibition features absolutely unique exhibits such as Lenin death mask, which was made in January 1924 by Doctors of Medicine Vorobiev and Zbarsky (the authors of the unique embalming technique of dead body); the weapon, which was used for Trotsky’s murder in Mexico in 1940; the personal belongings from the cabinet of Beria, who was Marshal of the People's Commissariat for Internal Affairs (NKVD), a chief of the Soviet security service during the difficult years of World War II, and later a supervisor of the Soviet atomic bomb project; an unusual type of small arms, chemical weapons, made according to then-advanced technology, and many other exhibits. A part of the exhibition showcases the history of the personal standard weapon of the Soviet secret service officers.In the 20th century such kind of technique was actively developed, designed and produced by secret laboratories, institutes and specialized factories of Warsaw Pact countries, and especially by the Soviet Union.Gifted scientists, talented designers and highly skilled engineers with unique abilities were engaged into this invisible and closed for ordinary people industry.Hidden cameras (in the Soviet Union they used the term "tacit photography"), things which were used for keeping secret information (dead drops), instruments for applying signal labels, standard gifts for the officers and employees of the KGB to celebrate various anniversaries in the history of the USSR and the KGB, the first merit badges of the agents, and all the things which were inextricably connected with the activities of Soviet intelligence officers can be seen now at the KGB Museum in Prague. A part of the exhibition is dedicated to the so-called "Prague Spring". Many unique photos of the city streets were made by the KGB agents during the events of 1968. Unusual photos reflect the dramatic history of that time, the tragedy of the beautiful old European city, which fate became a bargaining chip in a great gamble game of superpowers. One can also see an extraordinarily beautiful handmade banner that had been made by the children from the GPU labour commune for 2 months and was presented to Grampa Lenin in the autumn 1923, three months before his death. After the Soviet state head’s death the banner, as well as the flags from the GPU NKVD RSFSR, had been held over the World Proletariat Leader's body in the House of Unions' Pillar Hall for 3 days. In that frosty cold January of the year 1924 a three day procession of more than a million people walked past the Lenin's coffin.. The vision of and comments on the existence of the most powerful secret services of the world can vary, but it's obviously clear that every state needs a strong secret service, the instrument of its foreign and domestic policy. « less
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#30 of 778 attractions in Bohemia
Category: Religious Sites
Located on a hill overlooking the region's hottest spring, this church features an 18th century deanery.
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