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Prague and golf

Everyone knows that Prague is a place people come to admire architecture. But people are sometimes pleasantly surprised to find that you can improve your handicap at some luxury golf resorts in the city. If you are a fan of the so-called “sport of gentlemen”, don’t hesitate and come and enjoy top-notch courses around Prague.
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Prague parks

Prague’s parks and period gardens are one of the highlights this “city of a hundred spires” can be truly proud of. They are places where the people of Prague and visitors can meet every day of the year, enjoy a picnic, take a break or do some sport. If you fancy escaping to a magic realm of trees, flowers, well-tended lawns, lakes and fountains, then choose from any of the two hundred parks, established steadily since medieval times, which today could be described as the green lungs of this city on the Vltava.
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The Prague Zoo

Prague Zoo is located in the beautiful and rugged terrain of the Trojan basin and is visited by more than one million people annually.
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Prague in Two Days

Prague is known for being a romantic city full of life. It’s been welcoming tourists with open hands for several centuries and people say it is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It is majestic, but also a bit mysterious. The unique historic centre together with Prague Castle, Charles Bridge and many churches, palaces and gardens is registered on the UNESCO List of World Cultural and Natural Heritage.  
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Ten gems of Prague

More than athousand years of building has left architectural gems in Praguewhich millions of visitors come to admire every year. Uncover the mystery of the Gothic monasteries, enjoy classical music concerts in one of the Baroque cathedrals or relax in the beautiful Renaissance gardens. Prague will soon convince you why people have been saying that it is one of the most beautiful historical cities in the world since as far back as the Middle Ages.
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Prague cafés

A romantic walk on the Charles Bridge, learning the story of Prague Castle or watching the procession of the Apostles on the Old Town Hall Astronomical Clock. Rare exhibits in dozens of museums and galleries, centuries-old churches and elegant palace gardens. You can do a lot in one day in Prague. But why rush? If you feel that the magic of the Golden City is eluding you and that you are merely checking off individual sights from your list, slow down and soak in the authentic atmosphere of one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Follow the scent of freshly brewed coffee to one of Prague’s famous cafés, just as Kafka and Einstein once did, and become acquainted with another one of the fascinating faces of the Czech capital.
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Child of Prague

The Church of Our Lady Victorious in the Lesser Quarter comes across as relatively austere at first glance. But a treasure is hidden away in its interior which basks in the admiration of millions of people all over the planet. Every day, hundreds of believers bow before the charming statue of the Child of Prague, known throughout the Christian world as Bambino di Praga. They come believing they will find help, to be cured, to wish for peace, some expecting a child and others returning to give thanks. Why don’t you come and see it too? Maybe your most secret of wishes will also come true!
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Prague

Prague is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Central Europe. It is a frontier of the modern West and the former Iron Curtain, hiding such beauty and elegance that you will be amazed. Prague has a bit of everything: historical monuments, admirable architecture, as well as vast gardens and parks. Find what you like in Prague!
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The vineyards of Prague

Similarly to other towns, Prague has, in the last few decades, returned to the ancient traditions of wine-making, and vines are once again cultivated in revived vineyards. If you want to discover (and taste) true rarities, these are the places to visit, because these wines generally aren’t normally available in shops.
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City Gallery Prague

Explore Czech art from the 19th century to the present at the City Gallery Prague.
City Gallery Prague