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Prague Castle from the bank of the Vltava Is Prague the next destination on your travel list? Then you are exactly at the right place to find out all the necessary information for a perfect stay in this fabulous city!

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View from Manesuv Bridge

Prague Castle
A history of more than 1100 years speaks for itself. The story of the Prague Castle identifies itself with the story of Prague and Christianity (860s, Chyril and Methodius) in the Czech Republic. In 870s AD the Prince Borivoj, one of the first Czech rulers from the Royal Dynasty of Premyslids ordered the building… Read more

The ruin of Libuse's Baths on Vysehrad cliffs

Vysehrad or the “Castle on the heights” is a beautiful place to visit any time of day or season. To get into the essence of the place you need to take a walk through the huge, beautiful park that covers the area. From the underground station “Vysehrad” follow the signs saying “K Rotunde” and… Read more

Astronomical clock dial

The Astronomical Clock
According to the latest researches, the astronomical clock was constructed in 1410 by the clockmaker Mikulas of Kadan in collaboration with Jan Ondrejuv called Sindel, professor of mathematics and astronomy of Prague Charles University… Read more

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