Travel Guide
Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic located by the Vltava River. Prague left untouched by war, making it one of the Europeans’ best-preserved cities. With the Velvet Revolution in 1989, Prague started to receive more and more tourists visiting and it hasn’t stopped since then. Prague has a population of over two million, with over one million people in the city center. The city is divided into 10 districts,... each with its own environment. Prague 1, which is comprised of Staré Mesto (Old Town), Malá Strana (Little Quarter), and Nové Mesto (New Town), form the the historic heart of Prague. Prague 1 is the most touristic part of the town and probably the biggest. One of the landmarks of the city is the Old Town Hall with the Prague Astronomical Clock, located in the Jewish Quarter (which appears in some novels of Franz Kafka). Some other must-see attractions are the Gothic Charles Bridge,the Church St. Nicholas in the Lesser Town, the Palace Gardens, Prague Castle or Petřín with the lookout tower reminiscent of a small Eiffel Tower.
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