Although you can find Czech art in countless museums and galleries around the world, the best place to see some the country’s most authentic pieces is on the streets of Prague. https://passionpassport.com/prague-street-art/
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Traveling alone is one of the most freeing, rewarding, and enriching experiences a person can have. Not only will you get to know yourself much better by pushing yourself out of your comfort zone, but embarking on a solo trip also allows you to be entirely selfish. Solo travel is definitely worth it, so keep reading for 11 fun things to do by yourself when you're jet-setting.
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The capital of the medieval kingdom of Bohemia and modern-day Czech Republic, Prague was founded in the 6th century. Today, the city’s breathtakingly beautiful streets are filled with the relics of its storied past. Here are some of Prague's top hotels.
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Doing things alone can be immensely therapeutic: A solo meal can help you really appreciate food; a solitary walk can be a rare opportunity to think; and traveling by yourself can be an incredible opportunity for self-discovery and personal growth. S...
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If you're looking for a cheap European holiday, head east, according to the latest version of the annual City Costs Barometer from Post Office Travel Money. The ranking looked at the total cost of two nights of accommodation plus the average price of typical tourist items in 48 cities in Europe to determine which ones offer the best value for money. This list may help you determine where to take your next vacation on a budget.
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Beer Spa Bernard in Prague lets you bathe and relax in beer. The tubs contain all-natural ingredients used in brewing beer, 350 liters to be exact. There's also a personal tap next to the tub, so you can enjoy the drink while bathing in it.
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There are devotees of warm-weather vacations among us, who refuse to look north until May rolls around. But there's something to be said for embracing the season and following the deep freeze for as long as it lasts (if climate change has anything to say about it). A 20-degree-Fahrenheit day in Europe can be—dare we say it?—blissful.
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