What to see in Prague

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Prague is a very developed cultural city, which houses the State Opera Rudolfinum - the seat of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, National Theatre, National Museum, National Library, and Museum Náprstek. In the city there are numerous concert halls, art galleries and cinemas. The uniqueness of the city is on black theater, pantomime and the Magic Lantern- historically a street theater, instant, where nothing was repeated lines were spontaneous, known today for some features that have been preserved, but no longer "instant as "more than 300 people who compose it, with some predefined themes to be addressed. Prague Czech illustrates passion for doll, puppet, old, black, cartoons - and tablets traceable to shop. In Prague is found the largest club in Central Europe, situated on 5 floors. Prague has many churches and cathedrals, of which the most important that we visit are St. Vitus Cathedral, St. George, St. Nicolas. Catholic Cathedral of St Vitus, which bears the name of the town patron, is a Gothic architectural work. It is very famous for its stained glass windows that depict biblical scenes and icons. A building that stretched the market caught my attention: Goltz-Kinskych Palace, an impressive Baroque palace, which connects two buildings, one in the romantic style and the other in gothic style. One of the greatest futuristic buildings is the "dancing house", another symbol of the city again, what suggests the world of dancers, as Fred Astair and his partner both in life and on screen, Ginger Rogers. The two buildings stuck in an eternal dance are destined to be offices. In conclusion Prague, City of Gold, City of 100 towers is the place in Europe and in the world to be visited at least once in life.

- You must try the traditional Czech food, garlic soup and the local beer: Budweiser (Budwar) and Pilsner Urquel.

- Try a dinner at Cafe Imperial historic prices not too high (around 12 euros for a meal), but will cook the most famous chef in the Czech Republic, Zdenek Pohlreich.

- Shopping at Palladium- is a large shopping center

- For travel transportation, day ticket is a convenient option and will cost aroud 4 Euros

- Czechs are celebrate Valentine's Day with romantic cruises on the Vltava.

- What to visit in Prague:

- Charles Bridge
- Old Town in Prague
- Park and Cemetery Vysehrad
- Prague Castle
- Letna Park
- Botanical Garden in Prague
- Powder Tower
- Astronomical Clock
- Palace Lobovicz
- Museum of Communism
- Kafka Museum
- Petrin hill park
- Quarter Hebrew
- Palace Schwartzenberg

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