April 6, 2009


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Leading from the Powder Tower to Old Town Square, Celetna is a very beautiful, and busy street in Prague. This street owes it’s name to a type of bread called ‘calta’ that used to be baked here. You will find many tourists in Celetna because it connects important historical locations and it is the first segment of the famous Royal Route (more…)

March 3, 2009

Old Town Square

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Another very popular tourist attraction in Prague is, not without reason, Old Town Square (Staroměstské náměstí). The first feature that normally meets the eye of visitors as they approach the square is the baroque facade of the Church of Our Lady before Týn. Many people gather in front of the famous astronomical clock on front of the old town hall building (more…)

February 24, 2009


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Nerudova Ulice

Nerudova street (Nerudova Ulice) is a beautiful ancient road, part of the famous Royal Way, the route the Czech Kings used to follow during their coronation parade. It is one of Prague’s streets most visited by tourists who walk from Charles Bridge to the (more…)

February 14, 2009

Prague Castle

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The castle of Prague was first built in the 9th century on top of what is now called Hradčany (Castle Hill). It is one of the biggest castles in the world. It’s view from the Charles Bridge, with the St. Vitus cathedral dominating the city from behind its walls represents, for many tourists, the symbol of their visit to Prague. (more…)