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3 Days in Prague: Suggested Itineraries

By Viator, July 2014

4 star rating: Recommended 1250 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

Kutna Hora

By Viator, July 2014

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 31 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 By Night

By Viator, May 2014

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 212 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

Czech Beer in Prague

By Viator, February 2014

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 44 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, January 2014

4 star rating: Recommended 230 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'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

Prague’s Best Parks and Gardens

By Viator, June 2013

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 10 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

Floating Down the Vltava River in Prague

By Sasha , March 2013

The Vltava River starts its journey in Šumava, southern Bohemia, and it flows 270 miles (433 km) through Prague before joining the Laber River at Mělník in the north of the Czech ...  Read more

Romantic Things to Do in Prague

By Sasha , February 2013

The Czech Republic’s romantic capital city of Prague is made for love; its Baroque churches, stern medieval halls, warrens of cobbled streets, and watery vistas from Charles Bridge to Prague Castle ...  Read more

Visiting Prague in Winter

By Sasha , February 2013

Prague is at its most beautiful in winter; the Czech Republic’s romantic capital city is strung with fairy lights and looks magical under its coating of snow. Hotel rates come down and the crowds are ...  Read more

New Year’s Eve Events in Prague

By Sasha , December 2012

Parties take over in Prague on Silvestr – the Czech Republic’s New Year’s Eve – when the city ramps up to celebrate with fireworks and fun for locals and thousands of hard-drinking Euro-revellers ...  Read more

Prague the City of Hundred Towers

By Pavel C , November 2012

Prague, Cesky Krumlov, Telc, Karlovy Vary

Exploring Prague’s Lesser Quarter

By Diana Edelman , USA, October 2012

The Lesser Quarter, or Malá Strana, is a section of Prague rich with history, looking up to the city’s famous castle west of the Charles Bridge and part of the King’s Route. With its beautiful ...  Read more

Free Things to Do in Prague

By Diana Edelman , USA, September 2012

Prague has become quite the tourist spot in the past decade and with that comes higher prices. However, a visit to Prague doesn’t have to break the bank (or even touch the wallet). There are plenty ...  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

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