Prague Tourist Guide

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PRAGUE TOURIST GUIDE

Our Prague Guide will make your stay in Prague easy. This Prague Guide bringing you latest news and essential information before you go to Prague. We also offer Prague airport transfers and accommodation in Prague apartments. Prague seldom visited by tourists until the 1989 is now one of the most popular visited destinations in Europe. ‘Maticka’ Praha as we call it ‘little mother Prague’ is very beautiful city.

It’s our capital, cradle of our culture where many famous writers, artists, athletes, sports players, models, film directors were born. This city was under communism for over 40 year. Then Velvet Revolution of 17th November 1989 changes everything (now Czech Republic public holiday). And from that moment, when freedom comes to the streets city enjoying huge economic boom. Prague has a great scale of architecture buildings. In 1992 the historical core of the city covering 866 hectares was listed in the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage Register. No matter where you will go there, you will discover some parts of that city multi-layered history dating from the Holy Roman Empire, the Habsburg Empire, the first Czechoslovak Republic (1918), the Nazi Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, the Communist Republic of Czechoslovakia to the now days of democratic Czech Republic. City undamaged by WWII can now offer unforgettable experience just walking through Baroque, Rococo and Art Nouveau redeveloped streets.
Prague is situated on a broken terrain on both banks of the Vltava (Moldau) river in central Bohemia.
 
Why is Prague so popular? There’s something magic about that city. We don’t know if it is Franz Kafka who’s attracting many Jewish to see Old Synagogue. We don’t know if it is view from famous café Slavia over river and castle where former president used to go. We don’t know if it is inexpensive sort break offered in some travel agents shop. We don’t know if it is desire to see post communist city witch has been barred from visitor for many decades. We don’t know if it is strolling over Charles Bride at dawn. Maybe this Prague guide ... We don’t know … but what we know, you will fall in love with Prague.

For a weekend break Prague is just the right size of city. Many of the important tourist sights can be reach on foot so you can stroll about at your leisure. Even three or four days in Prague gives you a sense of familiarity with the city. It’s a good idea to take a Walking Tour of Prague on one of your first days. You get a feel for the city and can go back to your favorite places or those sights you want to explore further.

Prague caters well for tourists. There are many airlines flying into Prague, check out Flights for options to suit you. Prague has an excellent range of Hotels, Hostels, etc some with surprising discounts. If you want to venture further Car hire is readily available. Because of the numbers of tourists in recent years, there is a wide range of tours, entertainment, cultural activities, etc. Movement around the city is very easy by metro, tram, bus, etc.

UK trends - there seems to be more and more UK tourists coming to Prague as low cost airlines serving Prague increasing. I would say most UK tourists coming just for weekend break, to celebrate their anniversary, enjoy a peaceful weekend escape, discover great architecture or do hen or stag party. Recently, there is also a lots of young who's just becoming to Prague to get drunk and find their cheap and "beautiful one night lady". Well I guess that is just a part of whole picture even quite sadly everyone finds in Prague what he's looking for ...

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Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Still reasonably cheap and quite safe to travel. No matter weather you are going for a short break or for a longer - there's so much to see and do. You will LOVE Prague , we promise!

Much of the success of Prague as a city destination is the utter beauty and heritage of the City. Destinations popular with young tourists and an ideal location for a fun packed weekend break full of nightlife.

Walks of Prague

choose from following PRAGUE WALKS      
- The Superior Tour of Prague
- Ghost Walk of Prague
- Lunch on the River
- The Famous Pubs of the Old Town
- Dinner on the River
- Individual Walk
- Prague Castle and the Royal Route
- Prague by Car