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Prague is beautiful, and the Prague castle is incredible, fully gothic. In the main castle square you can also see some guys with ancient costumes still blacksmithing and making weapons and armors as they used to do up to a couple of century ago.
24 Nov 2007
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The Residence Monastery is a 4-star hotel located directly in the city center in a peaceful garden of the Strahov Monastery with the view of the Prague Castle, Lesser Side, the Old Town and the Vltava river.
20 Nov 2007
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History review, stories of outstanding personalities, old customs and ceremonies, quick architecture course, drink break in the modele, tram ride to the Prague castle, Charles Bridge, Lesser Town, Old Town and Jewish Quarter + riverboat and traditional Czech 3 course lunch!
24 Apr 2008
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This day the bus took us to Prague. Tot the Prague castle and the Charles bridge. Wow this is a beautifull city
24 Jun 2010
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Hotel Praha is a 5-star hotel located in the diplomatic quarter of Prague and has a large terrace, hotel park and is in the proximity of Prague-Ruzyně international airport.
20 Nov 2007
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Find out what are the cheapest bars in Prague, what are some of its less visited attractions, what is its most interesting neighbourhood and more.
14 Apr 2009
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The new Aria Hotel is Prague's first 5 star luxury boutique hotel, situated in the centre of Prague, in the heart of the Mala Strana. Nearby are the Prague Castle, the Charles Bridge, the Royal Gardens, St. Nicholas Cathedral, and the Old Town Square
20 Nov 2007
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Hotel Páv is a 3-star hotel situated in the heart of historical Prague near Wencelas Square, Old Town Squere, The National Theatre and Prague Castle.
20 Nov 2007
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Prague est une ville très touristique. La beauté de la ville lui a valu ladmiration de nombreux poètes et artistes, de Chateaubriand à André Breton, qui la considéraient comme la « capitale magique de lEurope ». La majestueuse Vltava, le relief et ses belles demeures baroques (dont le palais Wallenstein ou le palais Clam-Gallas), les bâtiments de la sécession viennoise (comme la maison municipale) la font parfois ressembler à un décor de théâtre. La ville est une destination touristique de premier plan en Europe et environ 2 millions de visiteurs par an y font un séjour, généralement entre Pâques et septembre. Le Nouvel An est aussi une période très demandée[réf. nécessaire]. En plus des atouts architecturaux et culturels indéniables, la ville est réputée pour sa tolérance en matière de mœurs et pour sa vie nocturne[6]. Elle attire ainsi de nombreux jeunes en provenance de toute l'Europe. Prague possède plusieurs boîtes de nuits qui figurent parmi les plus importantes d'Europe Centrale, tel le Duplex, le Mecca Club ou le Karlovy Lázně. La législation tchèque est aussi très tolérante vis à vis des dogues douces comme le cannabis[7] ou les champignons hallucinogènes plébiscitées par les jeunes tchèques [8]. L'auto-culture est autorisée comme la possession en vue d'une consommation personnelle. La législation sur les armes, plus souple qu'ailleurs en Europe Occidentale, permet à des établissement spécialisés de proposer à leurs clients de manipuler des armes de guerre[9]. Enfin, les maisons closes, appelés à Prague cabarets, sont légales en République tchèque et attire chaque années de nombreux touristes[10]. Tous ces aspects combinés, contribuent à attirer chaque année un nombre croissant d'étudiants venant de toute l'Europe pour décompresser après les examens.Parmi les sites touristiques, on compte le pont Charles qui relie la Vieille Ville à Malá Strana (le Petit côté)où l'on peut admirer le château avec la cathédrale Saint-Guy et la Ruelle d'or qui tire son nom des alchimistes, le mur de John Lennon en face de l'ambassade de France, le cimetière de Vyšehrad, la place Venceslas, la villa Müller, etc. Comme le zoo de Prague sis dans la banlieue de Troja, le centre historique a été assez endommagé par les inondations d'août 2002. L'afflux important de touristes depuis quelques année contribue au renouveau culturel de la Bohême et plus largement de toute la République Tchèque. Prague est devenue en quelques années une des villes européennes les plus visitées. ¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤ Since the fall of the Iron Curtain, Prague has become one of Europe's (and the world's) most popular tourist destinations. It is the sixth most-visited European city after London, Paris, Rome, Madrid and Berlin.[4] Prague suffered considerably less damage during World War II than some other major cities in the region, allowing most of its historic architecture to stay true to form. It contains one of the world's most pristine and varied collections of architecture, from Art Nouveau to Baroque, Renaissance, Cubist, Gothic, Neo-Classical and ultra-modern. Some popular sights include: Old Town (Staré Město) with its Old Town Square The Astronomical Clock The picturesque Charles Bridge The vaulted gothic Old New Synagogue of 1270. New Town (Nové město) with its busy and historic Wenceslas Square Malá Strana (Lesser Quarter) Prague Castle (the largest castle in the world) with its St. Vitus Cathedral Josefov (the old Jewish quarter) with Old Jewish Cemetery and Old New Synagogue Jan Žižka equestrian statue in Vítkov park, Žižkov - Prague 3. The Lennon Wall Vinohrady The museum of Heydrich assassination in the crypt of the Church of Saints Cyril and Methodius National Museum Vyšehrad castle Petřínská rozhledna, an observation tower on Petřín hill, which resembles the Eiffel Tower Anděl (neighborhood) which is probably the busiest part of the city with a super modern shopping mall and architecture Žižkov Television Tower with observation deck - Prague 3. The New Jewish Cemetery in Olšany, location of Franz Kafka's grave - Prague 3. The Metronome, a giant, functional metronome that looms over the city The Dancing House (Fred and Ginger Building) The Mucha Museum, showcasing the Art Nouveau works of Alfons Mucha Places connected to writers living in the city, such as Franz Kafka (One popular destination is the Franz Kafka museum)
9 Feb 2009
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Take a tour of Medieval Town of Krumlov in Czech Republic – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats. A forest of red roofs and historic structures mark the Czech town of Cesky Krumlov. The entire town is stunning, but it is especially known for its medieval Old Town. Standing prominently above the other rooftops is the beautiful, fifteenth century Church of Saint Vitus. Walking the narrow medieval streets of cobblestone, takes you back centuries in time. One of the greatest sights in town is the Cesky Krumlov castle, second in size only to Prague Castle. The town has its origins in the 13th century, meaning there are dozens of exhilarating sights. Surrounding the town is the beautiful countryside of the Czech Republic's South Bohemian Region. The forceful Vltava River surges through Cesky Krumlov and its banks are lovely. for walking.
21 Dec 2010
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The Clarion Hotel Prague Old Town is a 4-star+ hotel, located in the historical centre of Prague, close to all major sightseeing attractions, the financial & business district and the Vltava River. The luxury Clarion Hotel Prague Old Town offers high standard accommodation in 90 stylish rooms and three luxurious equipped suites. All rooms feature A/C, sat- and pay-TV, radio, direct-dial phone, free wired high-speed Internet access, in-room safe box and minibar. The suites even have large summer terraces and a beautiful view to Prague castle. To view more info on the Clarion Hotel Prague Old Town or to book a room visit: *******www.choicehotels.cz/en/clarion-hotel-cs004?promo=icvmcczcs004
11 May 2012
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