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The season comes when the rains are less plentiful, there’s more sun and the drive to do, go and visit starts to take hold. One of its ultimate expressions, in our eyes, is travel! Come to Prague – the beautiful and perhaps even exotic, depending on your own location, city. It’s a destination that will leave you in awe of the fabulous cuisine, artsy atmosphere, beautiful, narrow streets and last, but not least, delicious and inexpensive beer. Take a weekend off, book a stay at our cehap hotel and enjoy the beautiful Czech city!
Let’s start this off with something not obviously popular and mentioned everywhere – like the fabulous Paryzska shopping street. Filled with premium shops and an omnipresent atmosphere of luxury, it’s certainly worth a peek!
The Lennon Wall may just be our top spot in all of Prague – bursting with a youthful spirit, revolutionary and very much a product of its place and time. It’s basically the Berlin Wall of Prague – only it never got torn down and stands to this day, continously made richer with new artworks.
Prague is full of art – and some of this art you may even see when you’re walking down one of Prague’s beautiful streets. Like the “Baby” sculpture by David Cerny – placed on top of a TV tower in the Zizkov district.
Widely known and recignized – according to the Guiness book of World Records, it’s also the biggest castle in the whole world! We think this alone makes this late XIX centure castle worth a visit.
The oldest and most impressive church in Prague – if you were to see just one, go for this.
Less crowded and just as charming as the Wenceslas Square – the Namesti Square is connected to it with the beautiful na Prikope street, making a trifecta you really have got to see!
This may be the most conservatively interesting spots in Prague – the beautiful vintage astronomical clock on a clocktower, and one of the finest of its specimen wordwide. A sight to behold even on pictures!
Certainly a place with its own cult – and the favourite bridge of Prague-native Franz Kafka. Due to high toutist traffic, you may want to go there early – and perhaps watch the sun rise!
As we have already said, Prague is a place of art – and you can even see it with the local architecture. One of the most important spots would be the “Dancing House” of Prague – an absolute must-see!
The weather in Prague is rather mild, so you don’t really have to plan around weather conditions. A month-by-month breakdown of average temperatures in Prague: