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Private Half-Day Cold War Years Walking Tour with an Historian Guide in Prague
"Explore the decorations and statuary of The Hall of the Red Army with a historian guide on a private 3-hour walking tour. Visit also the mausoleum that displayed the mummified corpse of Klement Gottwald first chairman of the KSC along with the adjoining laboratory and temperature control center where a team of doctors cosmetologists and technicians cared for the embalmed body. Enjoy the panorama of the city and the Žižkov Television Tower an example of high-tech architecture that looms above the rest of the city’s skyline while standing atop Vitkov Memorial. Coming back to the city center
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Prague Welcome Card
"The Prague Welcome Card will offer you great values and convenience free public transport (if option selected) free entrances to many great venues. As well as saving money you will often jump the ticket-queues. By purchasing this card you can enjoy entrance at the following attractions --Free entrance to the following historical Prague monuments: Klementinum PrahaAstronomical Clock Tower which includes a chapter detailing other places in Prague that are worth visiting and free of charge.""""The Prague Welcome Card is your key to discovering the most interesting things Prague has to offer
From EUR30.00
 
Half-Day Prague City Highlights Tour Including Walking Tour from Prague Castle to Old Town
"During this half-day city tour of Prague you are going to see the most interesting historical sights of the city. Start your city tour on a bus which will take you around New Town Old Town and Lesser Town and see the Municipal House Powder Tower State Opera Wenceslas Square National Museum
From EUR25.00

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Guide Books

I'd recommend some prior research before a trip to Prague. VT is great for that (of course) but guide books have their place too. The Baedeker one (not sure if they publish in English) produced...
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Map of Prague

Take a free map of Prague at one of the many Tourist Information Centres. The map includes the locations of the main sights and a plan of the public transport system (metro, tramway, bus).Prague...
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Unpredictable weather

That's truth: Czech weather can never be predicted with certainty! We were there in the end of June and expected nice summer weather but had to use umbrella and sweaters 3.5 days from 5 instead! Do...
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Travel light!

* Map and guidebook;* Crackers;* 2 Liter of water;* Fruit / power bars. * Hiking boots;* 1 extra t-shirt;* Shorts with many pockets;* Sunglasses;* Fleece type jacket;* Hat / cap;* Raincoat. * Lip...
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Give some thought to travel bags

We went on a one month European trip to the "touristy" type places where cobble stone streets are common. Luckily, I bought a bag with large, sturdy wheels. This becomes especially important if you...
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Guidebook

At the bookshops in the main railway station in Frankfurt am Main there were dozens of guidebooks about Prague on sale, which is no wonder since Prague is a popular destination for German...
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Good Exchange offices

From my experiences the best rates could be found:- Several exchanges in "Opleatlova" and "Politickych veznu" streets - close to Wenceslas street,-small Exchange in metro B vestibule downstairs...
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Pack according to the season

If you're travelling in winter, be sure to bring your warmest clothes as it is quite cold in months like December and January. Don't hesitate to put an undershirt on as well as woolen socks. I think...
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What to take?

When you pack, remember to bring an umbrella for all seasons, a light overcoat, comfortable shoes and layers of clothing in spring and summer. No need to remind you to take extra memory cards for...
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Packing for Prague

Nothing unusual, we did just fine with wheeled luggage walking to our hotels from the metro Comfortable shoes for walking on uneven payment and cobblestones, be prepared to walk a lotThe weather...
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Be prepared to visit Prague

A simple, empty bag to Prague, this in order to fill it up with many souvernirs when going back to yr hometown Be sure to bring a comfortable pair of shoes, there is so much to see in Prague you tend...
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Adapter plug

To use your electric equipment in Czech Republic, you must have an adapter plug for European sockets. It can be purchased at Sports/Travel stores or online.
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Winter vs. Summer

Prague is generally warm (15 C or higher) about 9 months a year. The winter is also very mild, with the temperature in Prague goin (usually) no lower than -5 C. However, it is quite windy and the...
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Cobblestones are hard on the feet!

It might seem like something everyone realizes, but I want to point out that cobblestones are not easy to walk on and wearing comfortable shoes is quite important! We saw several women wearing heels...
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Top Hotels in Prague

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Trziste 9, Prague, Bohemia, 118 00, Czech Republic
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Bartolomejska 9, Old Town of Prague, 110 00
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U Slate Studne 166/4, Praha 1-Mala Stana, 118 00 Czech Republic
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Rytirska 3, Prague, Bohemia, 110 00, Czech Republic
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Stepanska 40, Praha 1, Prague, Bohemia, 11000, Czech Republic
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Loretanska 11, Praha 1, Prague, Bohemia, 118 00, Czech Republic
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Top Things to Do in Prague

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Charles Bridge

Everyone does it. You can see why, between the statues etc on the bridge, the river views from it, and the vistas of the rest of the city. I think everyone also knows it gets totally overcrowded! Go...
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Old-Town Square

Visiting the old town it's easy, and a nice stroll. Everything is located around and near main square, one of the most beautiful squares in Europe. Jan Hus monuments occupies the centre, but around...
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Wenceslas Square

Wenceslas square is more an avenue than a square. Lined with shops and hotels, it is the centre of nightlife (if you're male be prepared to meet "quick friends" in the square). Behind king Wenceslas...
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St. Vitus' Cathedral

St. Vitus' Cathedral is really impressive church. It considered to be biggest, most important and most beautiful in country. Interesting is that is develop trough his long history and maybe that way...
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Castle

This tower served as the castle prison and today is a dungeon and torture museum. The tower was built in the 15th century and has been a prison since 1585. Its in the golden lane area of Prague...
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Church of Our Lady before Tyn

If you are in Prague Square, you will not miss seeing this magnificent church. Gothic in style. At night it is wonderfully lit up. Hard to find the entrance as it is set back from the restaurants that...
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"What a great and romantic place !"
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Cristian_Uluru

"The beautiful town of Prague"
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balhannah

"WOW! WHAT A WONDERFUL CITY!"
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kris-t

"Praha is amazing!"
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"Peramble Around Prague"
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