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3 Days in Prague: Suggested Itineraries

By Viator, August 2014

4 star rating: Recommended 1414 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Prague is Eastern Europe’s most visited city, with good reason: few destinations offer such a concentrated dose of architectural gems, historical fascination and after-hours fun. Day 1: Old ...  Read more

Czech Beer in Prague

By Viator, August 2014

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 51 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Prague’s favorite drink is beer – in fact, the Czechs drink more per capita than other country in the world – and records show that beer was produced in Bohemia as early as 859 AD. Most of the beers ...  Read more

Cesky Krumlov

By Viator, August 2014

4 star rating: Recommended 253 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Situated in southern Bohemia, the small city of Český Krumlov was added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 2002. During the communist era, the city fell into disrepair, but since the ...  Read more

Prague By Night

By Viator, August 2014

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 225 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Prague by night is a fantasy come to life of floodlit fountains and dramatically illuminated buildings. After soaking up the sights of Prague’s landmarks and castle lit up at night, the climax is a ...  Read more

Kutna Hora

By Viator, August 2014

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 32 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Sitting 45 miles (73 km) east of Prague in Bohemia, spend one day in Kutná Hora and discover an intrigiung town immersed in history. Its origins stretch back to 1142, with the foundation of a ...  Read more

Prague’s Best Parks and Gardens

By Viator, June 2013

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 11 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Prague has few green spaces in its Old Town (Staré Mésto) except the delightful Franciscan Gardens, which are tucked behind Wenceslas Square and provide a respite from the busy city ...  Read more

Prague River Cruises

By Viator, December 2011

4 star rating: Recommended 427 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

The Vlatava river has some great opportunities for river cruises. The trick to enjoying a cruise through the series of locks that protect against seasonal flooding is to consider the specific ...  Read more

Czech Republic Castles

By Viator, August 2010

4 star rating: Recommended 376 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Prague Castle, Europe’s largest, is a looming presence in the heart of the Czech capital. The word “castle,” however, is a little misleading. This is a rambling complex big enough to incorporate ...  Read more

Being a sport fan in the Czech Republic

By Philippa Burne , UK, January 2012

Like most nations, the Czech Republic loves sports. And like the rest of Europe, and most of the world, in fact, they love soccer (football in Europe). While the national team didn’t make it into ...  Read more

Prague castle tour

By Albert , USA, May 2012

The castle tour is a must. Be prepared to do some serious walking here. If you are not in good shape, take a taxi or the bus to the top of the hill. It is a steep long walk. Once you are up ...  Read more

Czech it out!

By World Traveler , USA, October 2010

Prague is a city that you could keep walking and never stop discovering a hidden square or beautiful over look. Old Town Square is a central meeting point filled with restaurants, bars, a shops. It ...  Read more

Prague's WWII and Communist History

By sweiss , December 2013

My husband and I are always very interested in learning about the history of places we travel too. We were very fortunate to have a private walking tour in Prague. The gentleman who took us on the ...  Read more

Communist History in Prague

By John Reality , Cambodia, August 2012

Anybody from the Czech Republic will tell you that their communist past was amongst the most repressive of times for the country, and as a result, there are several monuments in the city of Prague ...  Read more

Jewish History in Prague

By John Reality , Cambodia, July 2012

The history of Jews in Prague is a vibrant and intermittently tragic one. More Jews lived in Prague than anywhere else in the world in the early 18th century, for instance, but both before and after, ...  Read more

Walking from Pohořelec to Malá Strana

By John Reality , Cambodia, June 2012

One of the simplest and most rewarding ways to tour some of the many stunningly beautiful sights in Prague is to take a stroll from the top of Hradčany (the Castle District) down to Malá ...  Read more

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