Explore one of Europe’s most captivating cities
Enjoy a wealth of historic sights, a charming old town, pretty squares and an imposing castle in the magnificent city of Prague. Known as the ‘Golden City’, few visitors could fail to be impressed by the stunning architecture, deep sense of history and fascinating traditions.
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This magical city of towers, bridges, gold-tipped towers, cathedrals, gold-tipped towers and church domes, whose image has been mirrored in the surface of the Vltava river for more than ten centuries.
The Czech lands vainglory an extraordinarily number of cultural monuments.
Over 2,000 preserved castles and chateaux represent an important part of the national cultural heritage, both in terms of numbers and in terms of their historical and artistic value; their gorgeous transcends national borders, and more than a few of these structures are important even in the global cultural context. At present, most Czech castles and chateaux are owned by the state, even though many were returned to their original owners, whether aristocratic families or church institutions. These old-new owners have kept their property open to the public, frequently restoring the buildings to their original appearance. Publicly accessible castles and chateaux are a testament to the high level of onetime builders’ art and often come equipped with a wealth of artistic treasures. Their interior furnishings are complemented by valuable collections of pictures, weaponry, porcelain, glass, and fine crafts. Nearly 60 castles, chateaux and castle ruins are currently listed in the Register of National Cultural Monuments.
Since 1989, Prague once again enjoys a vibrant cultural and social life. The city hosts many international cultural and sports events. Dozens of galleries and museums attract visitors to their permanent collections and temporary exhibitions, displaying artistic and craft treasures of all periods and places of origin.
Prague is an affordable place for any type of visitor, who will be happy to find a number of budget-priced accommodation options. After arrival, many offices located at larger traffic hubs offer accommodations in private apartments, hostels, pensions, and hotels, both in Prague and on its outskirts. Most of the hotels in Prague are located close to major tourist attractions like the Prague castle, Charles Bridge, Wenceslas square, Old Town Square and Major theatres. Most are also ideally situated near to the Metro (Underground) or tram stations, which mean you, are only a few stops away from many of the major attractions.
Also, if you would like to have enjoyable transfers around the city, transfer from & to your hotel in Prague, or you just wants to go and visit other places in Czech Republic. If you book your hotel in Prague, you can have free transfer from airport to your hotel. If you want to go and visit some historical places in Czech Republic, you can book guided tour, in language you want.
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Prague is also a modern European metropolis full of energy, music, and art. It’s a city of contrasts: Serene green isles in the river and peaceful parks draping the city’s seven hills are just steps away from the architectural treasures and bustling street life of the city center. Prague’s atmosphere is both intimate and romantic, and quite impossible to forget once you visit.
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