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The political, cultural and economical centre of the Czech Republic for over 1,000 years, Prague is now one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, falling behind the cities of London, Paris, Rome, Madrid and Berlin as the sixth most visited European city.  Prague is a much smaller city than the others though and as a result, the hordes of tourists swelling into the cobbled streets and onto Charles Bridge can be overwhelming, particularly in the peak summer season. The historic centre of Prague, comprising the Old Town (Staré Město), the Lesser Quarter (Malá Strana) and the New Town (Nové Město) was added to the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1992.
Prague consists of fifteen districts, numbered from Praha 1 to Praha 15. Praha 1 is the oldest part of the city and the area where more travellers spend their time. Praha 1 can be further divided into the following five areas:
The other 14 districts can be organised into the following geographic areas.
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The Prague Spring International Festival is all about music and performing arts, with a number of shows taking place around the city from mid-May until early June. The first event took place in 1946 and continues to grow in popularity every year.
For literary lovers, this is often the highlight of the Czech events calendar, a two-month long celebration of arguably the finest playwright who ever lived. From June until September, Prague Castle is home to a series of performances which take place in the stunning Burgrave Palace courtyard.
Held around various venues in Prague, including some of the large river islands, the United Islands Festival takes place from June 16 to 25. A celebration of the people and the quirks of Prague’s most interesting and mysterious cultures, the event is primarily a music festival, but is also an opportunity to explore the Czech Republic’s outlying islands. Things are cranked up a notch during the evening when events move to nightclubs and music venues, with partying, singing and dancing well into the night.
This momentous music festival has become a key fixture on Prague’s cultural calendar and is one of the most popular events in Europe. Local Czech and international musicians and performers travel to the capital to celebrate the best of classical music, including big name stars with crowds attending by the thousands.
The Verdi Festival is a month-long event celebrating stage arts such as ballet, opera, and theater. Held in September at the stylish Prague State Opera house, it’s a must-see for lovers of the classics.
Prague sits literally in the "Heart of Europe" and lies between the more temperate Western European and more arid, continental climates. Some winters can be very snowy, others see relatively few days with snow and much milder conditions. The driest months are the winter ones; the wettest the summermonts of July and August with sometimes heavy showers and thunderstorms, mainly after hot days. Prague's averages range from minimum -5 °C in January to 23 °C in July.
|Avg Max||0.4 °C||2.7 °C||7.7 °C||13.3 °C||18.3 °C||21.4 °C||23.3 °C||23 °C||19 °C||13.1 °C||6 °C||2 °C|
|Avg Min||-5.4 °C||-4 °C||-1 °C||2.6 °C||7.1 °C||10.5 °C||11.9 °C||11.7 °C||8.7 °C||4.3 °C||0.2 °C||-3.3 °C|
|Rainfall||23.5 mm||22.6 mm||28.1 mm||38.2 mm||77.2 mm||72.7 mm||66.2 mm||69.6 mm||40 mm||30.5 mm||31.9 mm||25.3 mm|
Czech Airlines, the national flag carrier, has its main hub here and serves many destinations, including Almaty, Beirut, Belgrade, Bucharest, Cairo, Damascus, Dublin, Dubrovnik, Istanbul, Kiev, Kuwait, Larnaca, London, Manchester, Minsk, Moscow, Odessa, Rostov-on-Don, Samara, Skopje, Sofia, Split, St. Petersburg, Tashkent, Tbilisi, Tel Aviv, Yekaterinburg, Yerevan, Zagreb,Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Berlin, Bologna, Bratislava, Brno, Brussels, Budapest, Cologne/Bonn, Copenhagen, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hannover, Helsinki, Kosice, Krakow, Ljubljana, Madrid, Marseille, Milan, Munich, Oslo, Ostrava, Paris, Riga, Rome, Stockholm, Strasbourg, Stuttgart, Tallinn, Thessaloniki, Venice, Vilnius, Warsaw, Zilina and Zürich. Their charter flights go to/from Hurghada, Lanzarote, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Porlamar (Isla Margarita, Venezuela), Punta Cana (Dominican Republic), Rhodes, Sal (Cape Verde), Samos, Varadero and Zakynthos. There are a few dozen of other airlines serving some other destinations as well.
To/from the airport
Czech Railways operates trains throughout the country to and from Prague. Direct night trains connect Prague also with Cologne, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Zürich, Basel, Krakow, Minsk, Moscow and Saint Petersburg.
Prague has highway connections from five major directions. Unfortunately, the highway network in the Czech Republic is quite incomplete and some highways are old and in poor condition. Thus, the highway connection from Prague to the border of the Czech Republic is available only in two directions: southeast and southwest.
The southwestern highway (D5; international E50) leads through Plzeň to Germany. The D5 highway continues in Germany as A6. Riding from the state border to Prague takes about an hour and a half (160 km/99 mi).
The southeastern highway (D1) is the Czech Republic's oldest and most used highway but is in a rather poor condition. It leads through Brno to Bratislava in Slovakia. It offers a good connection to Vienna, Budapest and all traffic from the east. It runs for 250 km (155 mi), and usually takes over two hours.
To the northwest, you can take highway D8 (E55), but it is not complete to the German border. It ends now at Lovosice (about 60 km (37 mi) from Prague and starts again in Usti nad Labem and continues to the northern Germany via A17 (Dresden, Berlin, Leipzig).
To the northeast, you can take highway R10 (E65). It is strictly speaking a motorway, not a highway, but it has four lanes and differs little from a highway. It leads from Liberec to Turnov. It is not regarded as an important access route, as there are no major cities in this direction (Zittau in Germany, some cities in Poland), but it offers a good connection to the Czech mountains Jizerské hory and Krkonoše (Riesengebirge) with the best Czech skiing resorts.
To the east, you can take the newly completed D11 (E67), which goes to Hradec Kralove. It leads to Poland.
Prague can be congested at times, especially during rush hour in the morning and late afternoon and on popular holidays. Parking is not overly expensive, but ideally you leave your car at home and visit Prague by public transport.
Prague's public transportation is operated by the Prague Public Transport Company. It consists of metros, trams, buses, and a funicular. Tickets must be validated as soon as you enter the station or vehicle. Tickets are good for unlimited transfers for 30 minutes or 90 minutes, with passes for one, three, five and 30 days also available.
Large backpacks and luggage are subject to an extra fee that must be purchased with your ticket to avoid fines. Tickets good for 1 or more days allow for one bag free. For a complete list of the latest fares, see this Prague Transport Company list. Use the Journey Planner to organise your travels and find connections between different modes of transports.
Much of central Prague can easily be navigated on foot, including both banks of the river and crossing the Charles Bridge.
In Prague everything is very geared towards tourists and you will pay western prices in many places. Head for the backstreets where you can get a very good three course meal for under €10. If on a tight budget there are many other eateries if you venture away from the tourist hotspots. Food is generally Goulash either with dumplings or in a hollowed out loaf of bread, roast pork or duck with red cabbage, snitzel etc. On Winceslas Square you can choose from a delicious array of sausages in a bread roll and wash it down with a beaker of hot wine. Perfect on a cold winters day. There are also many Italian restaurants, pizzarias plus of course McDonalds and Kentucky Fried Chicken!
Pubs (in Czech "hospoda") abound throughout Prague, and indeed are an important part of local culture. The exact brand of beer usually vary from pub to pub, and recommendations are difficult to give as natives are usually willing to argue at lengths about their preferences. The most internationally recognized beers are Pilsner Urquell (Plzeňský Prazdroj) and Budweiser Budvar (Budějovický Budvar). There are other brands famous among Czechs like Gambrinus. If you are looking for a beer brewed in Prague, go for Staropramen. Usual prices for a half-liter glass are between 20 and 35 Kč, based on the brand and locality, while certain restaurants at tourist areas like the Old Town Square are known to charge more than 100 Kč for a euro-sized glass. There's also a booming craft beer scene with many brewpubs in the city.
Prague has a wealth of accommodation options, many of them within walking distance of the town centre. Peak season generally runs from April to October and a major influx of visitors can be expected during New Year as well. Prices for accommodation can be up to twice as high in the peak season and reservations are advised. Otherwise, the main train station, Hlavní nádraží, has an accommodation booking service for hotels and hostels upstairs. Normally, tax and breakfast are included in the room rate.
Around Hlavni Nadrazi, the main train station, there are many touts offering cheap accommodation. Many are Czech residents renting part of their apartment for extra cash. Prices don't vary much between them, but some may not be trustworthy so be cautious.
Even during peak season, dorm rooms in hostels close to the city center can be had for around 350 Kč (€14) per person per night. Prague has its share of rough and ready youth hostels with a party vibe, but there are many with a more relaxed atmosphere and some housed in beautifully restored buildings as fancy as any hotel. Many hostels also offer private rooms, with or without shared bathrooms, for much cheaper than a pension or hotel room. There is a boutique design hostel movement with many hostels rivaling hotel accommodations.
For those looking for something a little different, a 'botel' (boat hotel) may be an appealing option. Usually relatively well placed, with gorgeous views. Most are moored on the south of the river in Praha 4 and 5, but the best is to stay in Prague 1, next to monuments to visit by foot, in the Lesser Town district (Mala Strana) or in the Old Town (Stare Mesto). Prices vary from €20 to €120 per person.
|A Plus Hostel||Na Florenci 1413/33 Prague 1||Hostel||77|
|A&O Prag Holesovice||U Vystavyste 1/262 Praha 7||Hostel||-|
|A-Apartments Harley Davidson||Vaclavske namesti 36||Apartment||-|
|A1 Hostel & Hotel||Sokolovská 210,Prague 8||Hostel||-|
|ABE Hotel||Legerova 22 120 00 Praha 2 Nove Mesto||Hotel||-|
|ABEX Hostel||U nakladoveho nadrazi 2 Zizkov||Hostel||74|
|Accommodation Krakovska||Krakovska 3 Praha 1||Apartment||-|
|Ace Hostel||Hybernska 22 Old Town||Hostel||77|
|Advantage Hostel||Sokolska 11||Hostel||83|
|Albert Pension||Na Slupi 7 Prague 2, Nove mesto||Guesthouse||-|
|Alfa Tourist Service - Hostel Arnosta||Vorsilska 1 Praha 1||Hostel||76|
|Alfa Tourist Service - Hostel Jednota||Opletalova 38 Praha 1||Hostel||71|
|Andel Smart||Radlicka 40/857 Prague 5 - Smichov||Hotel||-|
|Aparthouse 20||Wenceslas Square 20 (Vaclavske namesti 20)||Apartment||84|
|Apartment Letna||Letohradská 7||Apartment||-|
|Apartment Prague Central||Opletalova 9||Apartment||-|
|Apartment123||Ve Smeckach 12 Praha 1||Apartment||-|
|Apartments Emma||Oldrichova 9 Prague 2||Apartment||-|
|Apartments Lenka||Václavské námìstí 48 Praha 1||Apartment||-|
|Arpacay Hostel||Radlicka 76 150 00, Prague 5.||Hostel||-|
|AZ Hostel||Jindriska 5 Wenceslas Square||Hostel||75|
|Beta Pension||Jaromírova 46 Praha 2||Guesthouse||81|
|Capital Apartments||Wenceslas square 36 Prague 1||Apartment||-|
|Casa Italia||Krizikova 73, Prague||Guesthouse||71|
|Central Hotel Tiepolo||Duskova 18 City Centre||Hotel||80|
|Charles Bridge B&B||Drazickeho Namesti 5, Charles Bridge||Guesthouse||-|
|Chili Hostel||Pstrossova 7||Hostel||70|
|Clown and Bard||Borivojova 102 Prague 3, Zizkov||Hostel||79|
|Comfort Hotel Prague||Mrkvičkova 2||hotel||-|
|Condor 1||Kozi 7- Old Town Prague 1||Hostel||-|
|Czech Inn||Francouzska 76 10100 Praha||Hostel||88|
|Down Town Apartment||Street Příčná 4||hostel||-|
|Down Town Suites||Kodanska 13||apartment||-|
|Emma Hostel||Na Zderaze 10 Prague||Hostel||77|
|Euro Guesthouse||Krakovska 3 Praha 1||Guesthouse||-|
|Extol Inn Youth Hostel||Pristavni 2||Hostel||80|
|Florenc 41||Sokolovska 41, PRAGUE||Hostel||83|
|Golden Alphabet Guesthouse||Jilska||Guesthouse||79|
|Golden Tree House||Novy svet 13||Guesthouse||-|
|Hostel Centre||Sokolska 29||Hostel||79|
|Hostel City Center||Jecna 12 Nove Mesto||Hostel||77|
|Hostel DownTown||Narodni 19||Hostel||90|
|Hostel ELF||Husitska 11, 130 00 Prague 3||Hostel||85|
|Hostel Le Papillon||Jungmannova 5 110 00||Hostel||-|
|Hostel Marabou||Konevova 738/55||Hostel||79|
|Hostel Rosemary||Rùžová 5/971||Hostel||83|
|Hostel Soltan||Revolucni 715 Sestajovice, Praha Vychod||Hostel||-|
|Hostel Tyn||Tynska 19||Hostel||84|
|HostelOne Prague||Cimburkova, 8||Hostel||93|
|Hotel & Hostel LEON Prague||Ortenovo namesti 26, Prague 7 - Holesovice||Hostel||-|
|Hotel Bily Lev||Cimburkova 20 PH3||hotel||-|
|Hotel City Bell ***||Belgicka 10||Hotel||80|
|Hotel Fortuna Rhea||V Uzlabine 19 Prague 10||Hotel||-|
|Hotel Golden City - Garni||Taboritska 3, Prague 3||Hotel||80|
|Hotel Karlin||Sokolovská 71||Hotel||78|
|Hotel Merlin||Otakarova 3 Praha 4 Nusle||hotel||79|
|Hotel Residence Seifert||Konevova 8||Hotel||-|
|Hotel Residence Tabor||Taboritska 3||Hotel||80|
|Krasova Budget Rooms||Krasova 22, Prague 3||Apartment||-|
|Little Town Budget Hostel||Malostranské námestí 11/260 Prague 1 - Lesser Town||Hostel||77|
|Miss Sophie's||Melounova 3||Hostel||90|
|Nabucco Hotel||Ctiradova 16 Nusle – Prague 4.||hotel||-|
|Old Prague Hostel||Benediktská 2/685||Hostel||82|
|Pension Easy Journey||Plzenska 22, Prague 5 - 150 00||Guesthouse||80|
|Pension Karel||Muteninska 23/1119||Guesthouse||-|
|Pension Tara||Havelska 15 110 00, Praha 1||Hostel||77|
|Petrinska Hostel & Apartments||Shkolska 3 /660 Prague 1||Hostel||87|
|Prague Centre Hostel||Odboru 3,Prague 1 Odboru 3,Prague 1||Hostel||80|
|Prague Lion Hostel||Na zborenci 6||Hostel||-|
|Prague Square Hostel||Melantrichova 10 Old Town||Hostel||85|
|Prague´s Heaven||Jaromírova 20, Prague 2||Hostel||83|
|PurPur Serviced Apartments||Reznicka 15/1360||apartment||-|
|Ragtime||Opatovicka 26, Prague||Hostel||82|
|Red Chair Hotel||Liliova 4||Hotel||-|
|Residence Bene||Dlouha 48||Hotel||-|
|Residence Kozna||Kozna 13||Apartment||80|
|Ritchie's Hostel||Karlova 9||Hostel||79|
|River Bank Hostel||Masarykovo Nabrezi 6||Hostel||-|
|River View Grande Apartment||street Náplavní 2||hostel||-|
|Royal Road Residence Prague||Karlova 20 Prague 1||Hostel||84|
|Sir Toby's Hostel||Delnicka 24 17000 Prague 7||Hostel||88|
|Sklep Hostel||Seifertova 53||Hostel||81|
|Sokolska Youth Hostel||Sokolska 52||Hostel||75|
|Sprint Penzion||Cukrovarnická 64 169 00 Praha 6||Hostel||-|
|St. Christophers @ The Mosaic House||Odboru 4||Hostel||-|
|Top Hotel Prague Garni||Blazimska 1781/4 149 00 Praha 4 - Chodov||Hotel||76|
|Travellers Hostel Dlouha||Dlouha 33 11000||Hostel||75|
|Welcome Hostel Dejvice||Zikova 13, Praha 6 16000||Hostel||70|
|Pension-Sparta||Ústecká 153 Dolni Chabry||Guesthouse||-|
|Prague Aparthotel||Václavské náměstí 36 + 48||Apartment||-|
|Artharmony Pension & Hostel||Jecna 509/12||HOSTEL||86|
|Hotel Branik||Pikovicka 199||Hotel||-|
|Art Hole Hostel||Soukenicka 34||Hostel||87|
|Little Quarter Hostel||Nerudova Str. 21 Malostranske Namesti||Hostel||83|
|Hostel Marrakesh||Biskupska 4, Prague 1, 110 00||Hostel||81|
|Im Hostel||Rohacova 73||Hostel||80|
|Red & Blue Design Hotel Prague||Holeckova 13||Hotel||-|
|TIP Apart Hotel||Krakovska 12 (Potraviny)||Hotel||-|
|San Marco Trevi||Uruguayska 540/20 Prague||Hotel||-|
|Tip Family Hotel||Krakovska 10||Hotel||-|
|Tip Apartments Prague||Krakovska 12 Prague 1||Apartment||-|
|Tip Luxury Apartments||Krakovska 12 (reception in Krakovska 12)||Apartment||-|
|Zderaz Apartments||Na Zderaze 8||Apartment||80|
|Hostel HOMEr||Melantrichova 11||HOSTEL||84|
|Adam&Eva Hostel||Zborovská 497/50||HOSTEL||89|
|Blind Eye Hostel & Guest House||Dalimilova 4||HOSTEL||-|
|Hotel Brilliant||Prosecka 73/69||Hotel||-|
|Hotel Prokopka**||Prokopova 9 Praha 3||Hotel||-|
|Borsov Pension||Borsov 1||Guesthouse||-|
|Austria Suites||Štefánikova 18/25||Apartment||-|
|Hotel Petr||Drtinova 17||Hotel||-|
|Hotel City Inn||Hybernská 1014/13||Hotel||-|
|Hostel Miles||Vodickova 38||Hostel||81|
|Apartmán Záhrebská||Záhřebská 44||Apartment||-|
|Pure White||Koubkova 12||Hotel||-|
|Dizzy Daisy Hostel Prague||Dittrichova 330||Hostel||79|
|Hostel Spartakiada||Nad Lavkou 790/5||Hostel||-|
|Riverside Apartments||Parizska 23||Apartment||-|
|Pension Edvin||Krc - Rosecska 15||Hotel||-|
|Hostel Lipa||Tachovske Namesti 6/288||HOSTEL||79|
|Residence Uvoz||Uvoz 3||Apartment||-|
|Royal Route Mansions||Husova 12||Apartment||-|
|Prague Centre Guest House||Zitna St. no. 17 Skolska St. no. 1 Corner buliding||Guesthouse||-|
|Prague Tower Apartments||Premyslovska 3 Vinohrady||Apartment||-|
|Prague Comfort Apartment||Dalimilova 5 Zizkov Doorbell: Daily Rentals Prague||Apartment||-|
|Hostel 4 U - Dolni Chabry||Ustecka 239/11 Dolni Chabry||Apartment||-|
|Stary Pivovar Hostel & Hotel||Plzenska 229/9||HOSTEL||79|
|Hostel Dakura||Narodni Obrany 544/7||Hostel||80|
|Hotel Otto||Na Celné 3||Hotel||-|
|Aparthotel Lublanka ***||Lublaňská 59||Hotel||-|
|Residence Legerova||Legerova 76||Apartment||-|
|Hostel Mango||Misenska 68/8||Hostel||87|
|fusion prague||Panska 9||HOSTEL||82|
|Hotel Inturprag||Lisabonska 606/10||HOTEL||-|
|Hotel Cham||Libušská 37/181||Hotel||-|
|Gay Center Hostel Prague||Jecna 12||Hostel||-|
|U Ceske Koruny||Nad Namestim 105/7||Guesthouse||-|
|The MadHouse Prague||Spalena 39||HOSTEL||94|
|Chili Hostel||Pstrossova 7/205 Praha 1||Hostel||-|
|Hotel Chotol||K Chotolu 502||Hotel||-|
|Arpacay Backpackers Hostel||Nerudova street 40 Prague 1||HOSTEL||83|
|A&O Prague Metro Strizkov||Decinska 1||HOSTEL||75|
|SG 1 Hostel||Malostranske Namesti 5||HOSTEL||-|
|Hotel Villa Madona||Pod Vilami 24||HOTEL||-|
|Hotel Praha||Susicka 20 Praha 6||HOTEL||-|
|Hotel Kvetnice||Na Květnici 1105/10||Hotel||-|
|Pod Slovany Apartment||Pod Slovany 6||APARTMENT||-|
|Ahoy! Hostel||Krakovska 5||HOSTEL||-|
|Hostel Santini Prague||Nerudova 14 Lesser Town||HOSTEL||89|
|Accommodation Palace||Celakovskeho Sady 8/434||GUESTHOUSE||-|
|U Tri Bubnu Hotel||U radnice 8, 10 Stare Mesto||HOTEL||-|
|Louren Hotel||Slezska 55||HOTEL||-|
|Hostel Florenc Praha||Pod Výtopnou 2||Hostel||-|
|City Stay||Sokolska 66||HOSTEL||-|
|Hotel 123||U Výstaviště 1||Hotel||-|
|Vitkov Hotel||Koněvova 114||Hotel||-|
|Florenc Hotel||Křižíkova 11||Hotel||-|
|The Golden Wheel Boutique Hotel||Nerudova 28||Hotel||-|
|Aparthotel Sibelius||Jana Masaryka 39||Hotel||-|
|Hotel Ariston & Ariston Patio||Seifertova 65||Hotel||-|
|Hotel Orion||Americka 9||Hotel||-|
|Hotel Carlton||Taboritska 18||Hotel||-|
|Hotel Marketa||Na Petynce 45||Hotel||-|
|Hotel Kavalir||Plzenska 177||Hotel||-|
|Mars Hotel||Kubánské náměstí 1333/6||Hotel||-|
|Charles Bridge Economic Hostel||Mostecká 4/53||Hostel||-|
|Hotel U Krize||Ujezd 20||Hotel||-|
|Hotel Colloseum||Myslíkova 282/26||Hotel||-|
|Hotel Krystal||J. Martího 2/407||Hotel||-|
|Equity Point Prague||Ostrovni 5||HOSTEL||82|
|Hostel One Home||Hybernska 22, Prague 1||HOSTEL||94|
|Apartments & Hostel Parfait||Španělská 759/4||Hostel||-|
Wifi is available in many restaurants and most cafés, especially in larger cities. In particular, all branches of Starbucks, KFC, Gloria Jeans Coffee and Costa Coffee offer free access. You may need to ask a waiter for the passphrase. There are also some hotspots available on the streets and some city quarters (for example in Prague) offer free wifi coverage for everyone. However such coverage is usually very slow and unreliable and you may need to create an account (using a web browser and the page it is automatically redirected to) to be able to use it. In most larger cities, there are also several internet cafés available.
See also: International Telephone Calls
There are three main mobile phone operators using the GSM standard, their coverage is very good (except in some remote, mostly uninhabited areas). If you find using roaming with your own operator too expensive or you want to have a Czech phone number, you can buy an anonymous prepaid card from any of the three main operators.
You can call emergency numbers from any phone for free (even without any card). The universal emergency number 112 is functional and you can use it, however you will reach only a telephone operator who will need to contact the real emergency service for you. To save precious time, it is best to call directly the service you need: 150 for firefighters, 155 for medical emergency, and 158 for state police.
Ceska Posta is the national postal service of the Czech Republic. It offers good services with reliable, affordable and relatively fast delivery of postcards, letters and parcels. Postcards and letters weighing up to 20g which are being sent to countries within Europe cost 17 CZK, other countries cost 18 CZK. Within the Czech Republic, prices start at 10 CZK. Opening times of post offices vary but most of them are open from around 8:00am to 6:00pm or 7:00pm Monday to Friday, closing at noon on Saturday, closed on Sunday and public holidays. Larger and/or central post offices might keep longer hours and some have English speaking staff. You can buy stamps here, or at newspaper stands, kiosks or some small (souvenir) shops. Post offices offer a few other services, like (international) money transfers as well. FEDEX, DHL, TNT and UPS offer courier services as well, with fast but relatively expensive services.
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Ask Laurence1991 a question about Prague
I'm a Canadian, but I now live and work in Prague, it's my 3rd time here so I know the city pretty well. :)
All the cool cafés, bars that are a bit less touristy, so fell free to ask ! :D
The good plans, the museums ...
Pretty much anything about one of the most beautiful (and so cheap !!!) city of Europe ! :)
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