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Where to go Prague
Where to go in Prague, where to go in Czech and visit the best places in Prague.

Where to go in Praque, Czech Republic and visit the best places in Praque. Get inspired by attractive ideas and find tips here.

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Tip 1: New Town: Numerous businesses, hotels and banks are located there, as well as department stores, boutiques and a few small shopping malls. The New Town is also rich with culture, offering many theatres, movie theatres, museums, and an opera house.
Tip 2: Astronomical clock: one of the oldest and most elaborate clocks ever built. Installed in 1140 and rebuild in 1490. Visitors can also climb inside the clock tower for a spectacular view of the city’s red rooftops.
Tip 3: Charles Bridge: it crosses the Vltava River in Prague and is very popular amongst tourists. If you visit early morning it is not so busy but by night it is amazing to view all the light. With souvenir stands and musiciennes playing.
Tip 4: Prague Castle: the castle is like a small town, and according to the Guinness Book of World Records it is the largest coherent castle complex in the world. It covers an area of 70,000 square metres and is still in use today.
Tip 5: Diner on the river cruise: On a Prague river cruise, you’ll travel down the Vltava, passing famous sights like the Charles Bridge, the Lesser Town, the Church of St Nicolas, Prague Castle and the National Theatre – all while enjoying dinner and live music on board.
Tip 6: Vinohrady: Vinohrady is a beautiful residential area of Prague that carries a reputation of prestige and elegance. Most of its grand Neo-Renaissance, Art Nouveau, Pseudo Baroque, and Neo-Gothic buildings come from the second half of the 19th century and first half of the 20th century, and are restored in an amazing array of colour and architectural detail.
Tip 7: The Lobkowicz Palace: After 40 years of Communist rule, and a further 12 years seeking its restitution, the Lobkowicz family finally regained ownership of their palace in 2002. The museum traces the history of the Czech lands and its people through the possessions of this unique family.
Tip 8: Municipal House: a beautiful Art Nouveau building with gold trimmings, stained glass, sculpture. For exhibitions and concerts.
Tip 9: Museum of Czech Cubism: a multifunctional building with shops on the ground floor and the legendary Orient coffee house with its cubist furniture on the floors above.
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