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City Break

The castle, the historic center, Charles Bridge and Wenceslas Square are some of the most emblematic sites, but there's more to discover in Prague, with emphasis on the new cultural dynamic. A city to visit on foot, the capital of the Czech Republic is a destination of great beauty and charm.

It was European Capital of Culture in 2000 strengthening the dynamics that the city had begun to live years before. This new energy, not only confined to an artistic movement spread to the city and today, Prague is one of the most sought European capitals by tourists from around the world. With a rich history, the capital of the Czech Republic is proud of its buildings, true architectural treasures, with emphasis on the gothic cathedrals, baroque palaces and Art Nouveau buildings, with the classification of protected World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The music, the richness of the green areas and museums are just some of the starting points to get to know a city becoming more cosmopolitan and modern that deserves to be discovered on foot, without rushing. Walks along the banks of the Vltava River are advisable and visiting the most emblematic sites such as the Prague Castle, the official residence of the President, the historic Charles Bridge and Wenceslas Square. The National Museum, the National Opera, the Church of S. Cyril Metodìje or the House of Faust are also part of the itinerary. It is impossible to talk of Prague without remembering Franz Kafka, one of the most outstanding sons of this city. The museum with his name can be a starting point for a cultural tour.

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