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Mini-Guide To Prague

Prague is a city which is perfect for lovers (or even those seeking love) a very romantic and charming place, Prague has much more to offer than a quick city break can give justice to. This is a city which is in the heart of Europe and has enjoyed prominence and importance for hundreds of years. Yet its people are warm and friendly, with a very Eastern European air, but now in the 21st Century, proud to be part of a more westernised Europe. With a population of more than a million it is not a huge city, but it is also not too small, so there is always somewhere to go for a nice secluded and romantic walk, down some of the many quiet and cobbled side streets. Winters can be cold, but they are not too severe, although the best time to see Prague in all its splendour is probably late spring, early summer and early autumn. But really, this is a city which is beautiful all year round.

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Getting out and about in Prague is very easy since there are plenty of buses, trams and even a metro system to take you want to where you want to go. And there will be plenty of places to go to when in Prague! Perhaps the most famous image of Prague is the absolutely fabulous Prague Castle and it is the one sight which nearly everyone who visits Prague will see before they leave. It dates back as far as the 9th Century and has been re-built four times, but is now a very splendid and opulent palace which is a joy to visit. Make sure that you leave a full day for this or at the very least a half day. You may also wish to visit the very badly named, Lesser Town, since it is in fact anything but lesser'. This dates back as far as 1257 and is full of beautiful buildings, fantastic restaurants and some stupendous churches. A real feast for the eyes, and in the restaurants a feast of food. The Jewish Quarter is also a very interesting place to visit, being a very poignant place, since it was part of Prague's Jewish ghetto. However, the synagogues and various religious buildings stand as a testament to the human spirit, since under the Communist regime, religion was banned. The New Town is also worth a visit and even though it is described as the New Town, it dates back to 1348! There are some interesting buildings and Museums located within this area and it is also home to the State Opera. Food in Prague is delightful and there are many restaurants to choose from, serving all different types of cuisine. There are also some excellent opportunities for shopping. So make sure that you allow yourself enough time to really explore and get to know Prague and see just why it is the heart of Europe and indeed perhaps even its heartbeat. And that it why it is such a good place for lovers! Most major airlines offer a service to Prague. These include: bmibaby, Easyjet, Swiss Air, British Airways etc

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