Insider Guide to Prague
One of the most stunning Gothic cities in the world, Prague attracts visitors from across the globe to enjoy the hospitality and culture of the capital of the Czech Republic. One thing you need to bear in mind when planning your trip is that there are two Prague’s, the tourist Prague and the real Prague.
The city is absolutely bursting with things to do and sights to see, so get your walking shoes on to stroll through the cobbles streets and really explore as much as you can in the time that you are there. There are many tours that will take you around the city, but the best way to find undiscovered treasures is by foot. It might be a welcoming bar, or intimate restaurant tucked away, or a little jazz club that has an innocuous exterior.
The city is split as far as accommodation is concerned, the premium priced hotels in the city centre are classed as Prague 1, stay a little way out in Prague 2 or 3 and you can either walk into the city or use the excellent tram system. While traditional Czech fare is quite stodgy, down little side streets you will find fine restaurants serving international cuisine.
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