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10 tips for a city break to Prague

Must-sees in Prague

Prague, often called "the Golden City", enchants visitors with its fairytale architecture, historic castle complex and Charles Bridge. Wander the streets and enjoy Bohemian beers. A city where history and culture merge seamlessly, Prague is an unforgettable destination. You will travel with Intercity Berlin to Berlin, where you can catch an Eurocity train to Prague. Here are our top 10 highlights for your visit to this magical city.
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1. The Old Town Square (Staroměstské náměstí)

Start your adventure in Old Town Square, a lively square full of historic buildings, including the famous Astronomical Clock. Meet locals, enjoy street music, taste local delicacies and be surprised by unexpected festivities.

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2. Charles Bridge (Karlův most)

Stroll across this beautiful bridge while enjoying street music, arts, and breathtaking views of the Vltava River. Admire the numerous statues, dodge selfie-taking tourists and feel the historic ambience.

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3. Prague Castle (Pražský hrad)

This imposing castle complex offers not only stunning views of the city, but also museums, churches, and the magnificent St Vitus Cathedral. Explore the old palace corridors, watch the changing of the guard, walk through historic gardens and discover art exhibitions during your visit.

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4. Jewish quarter: Josefov

Prague's Jewish Quarter, also known as Josefov, is a historic enclave rich with well-preserved synagogues, the Old Jewish Cemetery and traditional buildings. Here you can feel the centuries-old history of the city's Jewish community and their contribution to Prague's cultural heritage.

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5. Eat a Trdelník

Try this traditional Czech delicacy - a kind of spit cake - from one of the many street stalls. Freshly baked, crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, often filled with chocolate, cream or ice cream. Ideal for a quick sweet bite.

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6. Take a walk through Mala Strana

This charming district, known as the "Little Side", is full of picturesque streets, baroque churches and lively cafés. Discover hidden courtyards, local shops, historic houses and enjoy views of Prague Castle. Ideal for an afternoon stroll.

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7. National Museum (Národní muzeum)

Delve into Czech history and culture at this impressive museum located on Wenceslas Square. Find artefacts, ancient documents, art collections, exhibitions and temporary exhibits throughout the year.

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8. John Lennon Wall

A symbol of peace and love, this wall is a colourful canvas of graffiti and art inspired by John Lennon and The Beatles. For years, visitors have left messages here. Ever-changing, the wall remains a tourist attraction.

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9. Beer tasting

The Czech Republic is famous for its beer, so do not miss your chance to taste some local brews in a traditional beer hall. Explore various varieties, from pilsners to stouts, and learn about the brewing process, ingredients and history of Czech beer.

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10. Hotel U Páva

Centrally located, close to Charles Bridge and Prague Castle, this charming boutique hotel offers comfortable rooms, free Wi-Fi, buffet breakfast, welcoming bar and friendly staff for an authentic Czech experience.

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Tips Prague

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