10 Must See Attractions in Prague

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The magical Central European city of Prague attracts millions of visitors each year to its ancient castles, cathedrals, museums, galleries, and cinemas. Prague has been an inspiration to artists, poets, and authors for generations, and after a few days wandering its streets, you’ll see why! With so much to do …

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What to see in Pilsen


Pilsen (Plzen in Czech) is the fourth largest city in The Czech Republic. It is the administrative center of the Plzen Region; one of the 14 administrative regions of this country that lies in the heart of Europe. The West Bohemia, Radbuza, Mze, Uslava and Ohlava rivers all flow into …

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Rudolfinum A Place Of Music Lovers

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About Rudolfinum If you are visiting Prague, the capital of Czech Republic for the first time, you must be quite unsure about the nearest tourist destinations across this city. Among the various local tourist destinations, Rudolfinum can be an ideal choice for anyone to give a visit at any time. …

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Prague National Gallery

If you love art or you just want to learn more about Prague, Czech Republic, all you need to do is visit the exhibits of the Prague National Gallery. Here, you can enjoy a relaxed afternoon going through the various exhibits. The Prague National Gallery is an important part of …

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John Lenon Wall

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John Lennon is the co-founder of the most successful band in the world, the Beatles. After his death on December 8, 1980, he was considered a pacifist hero for the Czech Republic’s youth. An intricately made image of him was painted by an artist on an ordinary wall which has …

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Why You Should Visit Wenceslas Square

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The Wenceslas Square, Prague is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the Czech Republic. It is also Prague’s shopping and commercial hub, and a great place to begin your itinerary when visiting the city. The square covers seven hundred meters long and sixty meters wide, and it is …

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