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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""""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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REALLY COLD

We went there in January, probably the coldest month for Prague.You should take your warmest hat and gloves.And don' t forget to take your boots with you. You'll find millions of things worth to...
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mickey69
Jan 16, 2006

polar and wool-best friends

Bring a back pack to avoid the pickpokets and carry it in front (NOT on your back). it will give you much free hands to take pictures. polar clothes and wool socks, gloves, beret (or cap), a nice...
elfarran
Jan 16, 2006

A Backpacker's Packing List

1 large rucksack, which is comfortable to carry, to pack everything in.1 small rucksack, to use as a daysack, to carry on your front. Comfortable shoes - most streets are cobbled!Warm and cold weather...
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tekiegirl
Apr 27, 2005

Go well equipped for the cold!

A light backpack for during the day to carry your stuff, not many pickpockets around, but it's a city so you should still keep an eye out! My holiday to Prague was in March therefore temperature was...
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Zlur
Mar 08, 2005

This is what I brought...

1 rolling luggage bag with the handle that extends and one Jansport backpack for day trips. 2 pairs of jeans6-7 shirts1 pair of flip flops (for the hotel)1 pair of water proof bootsunderwear/socks (i...
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tafurojo
Feb 21, 2005

Money

The official currency in Prague, as well as in the entire Czech Republic is Koruna. However, it is no problem to pay in some malls, restaurants and hotels with EURO. But better ask before you...
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Leipzig
Jan 03, 2005
 
 
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Fall packing list

Small backpack for extra shirt, guide book, water, and other things while walking around. Bring comfortable shoes, as this is a city that you want to discover on foot. I did about 7 hours of walking,...
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doogienj
Dec 12, 2004

Capture the city for yourself

A small day pack should be all you require. A bottle of water and some snacks. . A good pair of walking shoes/trainers and a light raincoat is always handy. Don't let yourself forget this place....
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scubaphoto
Nov 25, 2004

Point it

This little pocket sized book is a must for travellers. to use it just do what the title says, Point it. Hundreds of pictures ranging from cameras to theatres. Worth its wieght in gold. Excellent...
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ettenaj
Nov 20, 2004

Bring plenty of film!

If you come in May, it can get cool at night so bring a jacket. Also bring comfortable shoes because you will be doing lots of walking. This is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and I...
grkboiler
Nov 01, 2004

Climate in Prague

There is no special rainy seasonAvg. Temp. in Spring: max.: 7 – 18°C ( 45 - 64°F ); min: 0 - 7°C ( 32 - 45°F )Avg. Temp. in Summer: max.: 20 – 22°C ( 68 - 72°F ); min: 10 - 12°C ( 50 - 53°F )Avg....
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Leipzig
Oct 30, 2004

Forget about traveller's cheques

In 1995 I brought traveller's cheques only to find out I could take money 'out of the wall' with my normal bank card almost everywhere! Exchanging the cheques was no problem with any bank but it...
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OlafS
Aug 27, 2004

To Bring!

A bag which fits over the front of you is handy so that you can keep an eye on your valuables when in crowds. Comfy shoes, it rained in June a little but was too warm for a raincoat so we used...
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kentishgirl
Jul 15, 2004

Packing List

You'll be doing a lot of walking, so take some very comfortable walking shoes. And if you go in the winter, expect temperatures as low as minus fifteen celsius (and that's before windchill). Take...
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sjvessey
Jun 13, 2004

Top Hotels in Prague

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Bartolomejska 9, Old Town of Prague, 110 00
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Trziste 9, Prague, Bohemia, 118 00, Czech Republic
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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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Nerudova 48, Praha 1, Prague, Bohemia, 11800, Czech Republic
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Top Things to Do in Prague

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Charles Bridge

When the sun's shining, Charles Bridge explodes into its most vibrant persona with its buskers, artists and craft sellers crowding into every available space on both sides of the pedestrian-only...
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Wenceslas Square

Wenceslas Square is the biggest square in Prague and a business and cultural centre of the city. Wenceslas Square has its origins in 14th century when King Charles IV founded the New Town in 1348 and...
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Old-Town Square

St. Nicholas is a Baroque church, the interior of which was inspired by the chapel of St. Louis-des-invalides in Paris. St. Nicholas shurch was completed in 1735, and replaced a parish church...
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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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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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Castle

Roughly the size of seven football fields, "Prague Castle" is the largest ancient castle in the world. Built and renovated during 13 centuries, the complex includes churches, gardens, alleyways and...
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globetrott

"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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sandysmith

"Peramble Around Prague"
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