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Prague Tourism: Best of Prague
The city of 100 spires, Prague has enchanted visitors for centuries
The bohemian allure and fairytale features of Prague make it a perfect destination for culture vultures who want to immerse themselves in history, art, music, and architecture. You could devote an entire day to exploring Prazsky hrad (Prague Castle), then refuel over a hearty dinner at a classic Czech tavern. Spend some time wandering Old Town Square before heading over to the Astronomical Clock as it performs a mechinical promenade on the hour. Prague’s best bars are often historic pubs where you can spend the better part of a night tipping back central Europe's top-shelf beers.
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- ByTripSavvyFamous and Interesting Prague CafesPrague's most famous cafes were favorite meeting places for intellectuals, writers, and artists, and they cultivated a culture at the turn of the 20th century that catapulted their reputations into the international sphere. Each one has its own vibe. These are historic establishments with decadent decor, delicious desserts, and extensive drink menus. Prague's modern cafes may not have been patronized by Albert Einstein or Franz Kafka, but they offer great views, excellent coffee, and grab-and-go convenience, along with a sense of place and past. Read More: https://www.tripsavvy.com/prague-cafe-list-150213010 items
- ByChantalCouples Fun in PragueFeaturing: Potrefena Husa Hybernska, Cafe Imperial, Next Door by Imperial, Hradčany, Mechanický Balet, Pivní BAR Blanická 28, Malý/Velký, La Republica, U Sumavy Restaurant, OSSEGG Praha, Restaurace Tiskárna, Aria Hotel Prague, Boutique Hotel Klarov, BoHo Prague Hotel, Art Deco Imperial Hotel, Hemingway Bar, Glass Bar, Cobra, Old Town Hall with Astronomical Clock, Lesser Town, Charles Bridge, Prague Castle22 items
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