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Prague City Sightseeing Tour
"This two-hour coach tour gives you an overall view of Prague and its beautiful historic sites taking you to the most important attractions. The on board commentary provides essential background to your sightseeing.Highlights include:Prague State Opera (Státní opera Praha)National Museum (Národní muzeum)Wencesl"""Get your bearings in the romantic city of Prague on this comprehensive two-hour coach tour. This tour is perfect if you have limited time in Prague the City of a Hundred Spires."title=Tour+Highlights&1=Two-hour+coach+tour+of+Prague&2=Perfect+introduction+to+Prague%27s+attractions+by+coach&3=Choice+of+morning+and+afternoon+tours&4=Commentary+in+English+and+German""
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Historical Panoramic Bus Tour in Prague
"Your tour will start and end in the city center at the Old Town Square. Enjoy commentary of the locations provided via headphones where you can choose from 26 languages. The route of a 2-hour ride covers all the ancient parts of Prague: Old Town New Town Lesser Town and Prague Castle. At the Prague Castle there is a hop-on hop-off break for you to explore the surroundings at your own leisure during a 30-40 minute walk included. See all of Prague's most famous locations such as the Old Town Square Spanish Synagogue St. Agnes Monastery Republic Square
From EUR15.00
Prague City Tour Including Prague Castle and Optional Changing of the Guard
"Start with a hotel pickup by air-conditioned minivan and head into the heart of Prague for your city tour. As you relax on board gaze out at the Estates Theater where Mozart’s 'Don Giovanni' opera premiered in the 18th century. Travel past the National Theatre for panoramic views of Prague Castle and Charles Bridge and look out for the Rudolfinum — home stage of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. Pass Wenceslas Square with its bustling shops and hotels see Charles Square and stop by the Frank Gehry's Fred and Ginger House. At the river cross Jirásek Bridge to the Lesser Quarter (aka Malá Strana) to see the baroque façade of St Nicholas Church. Step out of your minivan at Prague Castle then head inside to explore the vast complex with your guide. Swing past St Vitus Cathedral
From EUR24.00

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The Globe Bookstore and Cafe

The Globe provides not only a very laid back athmosphere but also many international newspapers on display. So if you want to get the latest news from home - Globe it is. Whatever you bought in the...
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Mar 26, 2006

The Globe Bookstore & Coffeehouse

I'll come right out and say it - I've never liked 'The Globe'. It's always seemed more of a resource than a bar or cafe, and the people who hang out there on the few occasions I've had a coffee always...
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Feb 21, 2006

The Globe Bookstore & Cafe

If you’re spending an extended time in Prague and need to come by English-language media and fancy hanging out with fellow expats, this ‘Globe’ is as good a place as any to start. This place is...
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Feb 17, 2006
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Charles Square

Charles Sqaure is located in Prague New Town. It was founded in the 14th century and was originally called “The Big Marketplace” (Forum Magnum). It's the largest square in Prague. There is a legend...
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New Town Hall

Despite its name, New Town Hall was built almost at the same time as the Old Town Hall - the name refers to its location, in Prague's Nové Město, rather than to the time of its construction. However,...
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Strelecky Ostrov -Shooting Island

The word střelecký means shooting and ostrov means island, so Střelecký ostrov is the shooting island, so called because there was once a shooting range here for aristocrats and other rich...
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National Theatre

Narodni divadlo (National Theater) is known as the alma mater of Czech opera, but it is also the national monument of Czech history and art. National Theater belongs to the most important cultural...
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Bethleham Chapel

This chapel was originally built in 1391 and is of significant historical importance for a couple of reasons. The first is that it was one of the first places in Prague where celebrations were done in...
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Smetana Museum

Muzeum Bedricha Smetany is dedicated to the life and works of Czech composer Berdich Smatana (1824-1884). The museum is situated on the right bank of the river Vltava, right next to Charles...
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