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Prague is a fascinating city and a cultural hub for travelers and tourists alike. Not to mention it has been the home of many Greats including Kings Charles IV, former president Václav Havel, and writer Jan Neruda. Prague Castle, one of the most popular attractions in Prague, was likely to have been founded in the late 9th Century and has been the home of seats of power for centuries, most recently seating country’s president. The oldest parts of the castle have not been repaired since the completion of the castle. Every evening the world’s largest coherent castle is lit with a spectacular lighting display that You must see when Your bus takes You to Prague. St. Vitus Cathedral is a world famous cathedral which was opened in the 14th Century, the Tomb of John of Nepomuk is located in the tower that also offers a breathtaking view of the Czech metropolis and the St. Vitus Cathedral itself. If you don’t fancy climbing the tower then take a stroll along the Charles Bridge as it is the only way of crossing the River Vltava and connects the two sides of Prague. Charles Bridge is the oldest stone bridge in Europe, a national monument and a popular destination for our bus passengers when their bus arrives in Prague. The bridge’s construction began in the 14th Century and over the next hundred years the construction has continued with frequent replacements and rebuilding of the 75 statues that you can see while walking across the bridge.
When You take Your bus to Prague You should visit Viktov Hill and take a look at the National Monument, the Jan-Zizka-Monument. Another national treasure which You can find near the river Vltava is the early medieval castle wall. You will also find “Vyšehrad” in this particular area of Prague, where some of the most famous Czech personalities are buried. In the Jewish quarter there is the Old New Synagogue, Europe’s oldest Synagogue, and the “Old Jewish Cemetery” with graves from over three centuries of burials, one of the most important places of the Jewish culture in Prague. Wenceslas Square is home to the main shopping areas of Prague, ideal if You would like to make a shopping trip after Your bus arrives in Prague. This area is named after St. Wenceslas, where his monument can’t be missed standing right in the center of the square.
Prague has a history stretching back over 1,000 years, an impact that is shown through the city’s unique range of architecture. Large areas of the city are UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and should definitely be explored after Your bus has dropped You off in Prague. A visit to the Anežský klášter is a must. This is one of the first gothic buildings to be built on Bohemian soil and the Belvedere is one of the most accurate imitations of the building that can be found outside of Italy. Parisian flair exudes from replica of the Eiffel Tower, after climbing the almost 64 meters high tower, gives You an incredible overview of the Czech city. The Dancing House is a striking piece of modern architecture overlooking the River Vltava. The top floor is where you will find one of Prague’s best restaurants ‘Ginger & Fred’ – a must visit before Your bus leaves Prague!
Like all of the great cities in Europe, Prague offers a lively night life, with a variety of bars, clubs and concerts. Night life in Prague is especially popular with our bus passengers due to its low prices. First and foremost, the Czech Republic is famous for its high quality beer. World famous brands like “Pilsner Urquell” or “Budweiser” stand as the best beers in the world. In the countless bars and breweries in Prague You can enjoy the cheapest and best quality beer! Some popular choices are the Pilsner Urquell Restaurant “Kolkovna,” which serves draft beer or “Novoměstský pivovar“ which is located right on Wenceslas Square and serves some of the best beer You can find. For our bus passengers who would like to ‘dance the night away,’ Prague is also the perfect bus destination. The “Karlovy Lázně” is the biggest club in central Europe – it is currently open 7 nights a week and with its 5 floors, and an extensive choice of music, there is something for every one of our bus passengers to enjoy. Additionally, “Duplex” is one of the most popular clubs in Prague. It is located directly on Wenceslas Square, where You can experience a wide variety of different entities to choose from when You want to have a night out in Prague before taking Your bus back home!
Every hour You can hear the chimes from the 27 bells in the Baroque Loreto Chapel, a place of pilgrimage in Prague. From 9am, every hour, on the hour, the astronomical clock and its three main components dance, in the city’s town hall which was erected in 1410. If You travel by bus to Prague, you should not miss out on seeing this. The tower’s clock also displays the lunar and solar phases of the Babylonian, Roman and old Bohemian time. In addition to these classical sounds You can also sometimes here the big cities jazz music which is played from podiums that are located throughout the city.
A very popular destination in the surrounding areas of Prague is the Karlštejn Castle, which is located around 30 kilometers south west of Prague. Charles IV left this castle behind as a treasury after it was founded in 1348 AD. Even today, it is still a guessing game as to what the original purpose of the chapel actually was - richly decorated with precious stones. There are numerous legends and myths that surround the castle that You can discover when You travel by bus to Prague. 70 kilometers from Prague is the mining town Kutná Hora, once one of the richest towns. The towns rich history is visible on every corner today, with its numerous Baroque Gothic style buildings and archaic stone streets. The old town of the village is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is ideal for a day trip after You travel by bus to Prague
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