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Discovering Prague in One Day

19th March 2012 • Posted in Announcements

You could spend weeks discovering all the old, new and wonderful things about this beautiful European city - but what happens if your trip to Prague is a flying visit? Here are a few pointers to help you on your next stopover.

Pragues Many Bridges

Prague Castle

The castle is Prague’s number one tourist attraction. It’s the largest medieval castle complex in Europe and the ancient seat of Czech kings, as well as the official seat of the current Czech president. Visitors can stroll around the courtyards for free, but you have to purchase a ticket to go inside the castle.

Charles Bridge

One of Prague’s most romantic sights, Charles Bridge is a 14th Century bridge linking the two sides of Prague. This wonderful structure is one of the city's finest attractions. From the bridge, visitors can enjoy breathtaking views of the Prague skyline, while street artist’s sketch and live music plays. Charles Bridge captures the very essence of Prague. 

Old Town Square

This is one of the most beautiful historical sites in Europe. The Old Town Square started life as the central market place for locals over 700 years ago. Today the Square’s most notable sights are: St Nicholas Church, the Astronomical Clock and the Church of Our Lady.  

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