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Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic and has always played a central role in the history of the country and Europe. It is known as the city of ‘hundred spires’, due to the amount of religious buildings there.
The city was built around the beautiful river Vltava and within the shadows of nine hills. This location was important in the cities growth, but also in the joining of the spiritual and cultural believes of all its inhabitants.
This magnificent city was founded on the building of Prague Castle in the 9th Century. It has been extended many times throughout its life span and is now an impressive building, which looks out over the whole region.
The Old Town of Prague was originally created in the 13th century and has a lot of Romanesque style buildings. It also has Gothic Style buildings and structures, which add to its uniqueness.
Some of the most popular locations to visit are; Convent of St Agnes of Bohemia, The Old-New Synagogue, St Vitus Cathedral, Charles Bridge, The Church of the Lady before Tyn. Add to them Vladislav, Hall, the Powder Tower and the Old Town Hall with the Horologe.
The aristocrats in the 16th century brought a lot of the renaissance style to the city, and then in the 17th century Baroque style buildings were added.
Modern architecture was then added in the 19th and 20th century, so the city centre has an absolute abundance of magnificent buildings to see and visit.
Great buildings alone do not make a great tourist city and Prague has so much more than that. The main square is one of the most spectacular in Europe and it regularly holds music festivals and markets etc. It is also surrounded by a variety of bars, clubs, restaurants and shops, which extend out into the multiple side streets nearby.
Several other things to entertain you when you visit there are;
River cruise, walks along the banks of the Vltava, Museums, Gallery’s, Shopping Centres, Parks and Gardens.
The night life is lively and varied, but does not impact on the enjoyment of the town, as most of them are down side streets and alleys. Therefore, if you want go and enjoy them you can, but they are not in full view to all visitors.
Prague cannot be described sufficiently in written word as it has to be experienced, so go and experience it for yourself.