Prague, the capital of The Czech Republic, is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Due to the fact that Prague is one of the most preserved big cities in Europe following World War II, the history and culture of the city is evident. Whether you are looking for good food, interesting history, or a hike through nature, Prague can provide. Here is everything you need to know when traveling in Prague: 

The 5 Best Things to do in Prague

1. Visit the Prague Zoo The Prague Zoo is easily one of the worlds best zoos. The Zoo is located several miles outside of the city center and encompasses a vast portion of land overlooking Prague. Not only will you see many extraordinary animals, but you will also have one of the best views of…
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Everything You Need to Know About Prague Public Transport

Prague, like many European cities, has an excellent and extensive public transport system. However, unlike many other systems, you do not buy your ticket for a zone or specific destination instead tickets are purchased based on time. Here is everything you need to know to navigate Prague public transport. Buying Your Ticket The first thing…
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What to Know About a Day Trip to Cesky Krumlov

If you are traveling through Prague, you may want to see more of the Czech Republic. Cesky Krumlov is the perfect place to get a taste of small town Czech Republic with some of the most scenic views in Europe. Here is all you need to know about a day trip to Cesky Krumlov. 1.…
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The Best Indian Food in Prague

Namaste India Indian Restaurant Price: $-$$ Location: Ronkova 369/12, 180 00 Praha 8-Libeň, Czechia Namaste, the fourth rated restaurant in Prague and highest rated Indian restaurant according to Trip Advisor, is an excellent place to taste the diversity of Prague. Located slightly on the outskirts of the city, Namaste India is not a touristy destination. However,…
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