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Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic is like a fairytale land with cobblestone streets and magnificent buildings to enchant the whole family. The kids love towers to climb and there are a number that are good to look at, climb and to look down from.

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Although it is a matter of personal choice, not every international honeymooning couple wants to visit the US. Nor does every newly married couple in the US want to visit the Caribbean or South Pacific regions that are currently so popular. Here are 5 cities in Europe that are still popular destinations and options that can’t miss for a honeymoon.

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The capital and largest city in the Czech Republic is Prague. It is also one of central Europe’s largest cities and has served as Bohemia’s historic region capital for centuries now. There are a number of gift shops that target tourists lining the streets of the Old Town district. During the month of December, the Christmas Markets populate the downtown square where you can find all the arts, crafts, foods, and Prague memorabilia that you can possibly stand.

Prague Czech Republic Street

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Visitors to Prague, Czech Republic will almost certainly use the convenient and well appointed Ruzyne airport situated about five miles west of the city. After some comprehensive expansion and improvement works in recent years the airport now acts not only as a gateway to Prague but to all of Europe for visitors travelling from as far afield as Korea. The transfer to or from Ruzyne is not as easy as it is in many major cities due to the absence of a dedicated rail link but is still quite simple and convenient.

Prague Czech Republic Airport

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The Czech Republic, as much as it denies it, is still very much an eastern European country. As such, its food is generally rich, including heavy sauce, lots of meat and potatoes and relatively little fresh vegetables. It also has few typical desserts, but the one they have are heavy on the calories.

Prague Dessert

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Located in the heart of Europe, the city of Prague is one of the more convenient destinations for Europeans and international travelers. It is the Czech Republic’s capital and largest city as well as being one the largest cities in Europe. Prague has really evolved dramatically from the destruction left behind by World War II to a city that is now one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.

Prague Night

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The capital and largest city in the Czech Republic is Prague, one of the most popular tourist destinations. Once a city that was devastated by Germany during the Second World War, the facelifts and renovations that have continued since the end of the conflict have helped Prague evolve back into the culturally and historically beautiful city that it was prior to World War II.

Prague food

Interestingly enough, along with its spectacular architecture, cultural diversity, and past history, many international travelers visit the city to experience some of the best Czech cuisine in the country. There are three things that you want to keep in mind whenever you are dining out in Prague: read full article

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Prague takes its beer seriously, very seriously indeed. This makes it a heaven for connoisseurs who will want to avoid the tourist trap pubs selling mass produced and often imported beer and head straight for the real thing.

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The U černého vola, or ‘At the Black Ox’, is a great little place near the Castle and so convenient for sightseeing. It serves Kozel beer and great food in a friendly atmosphere, although the ratio of locals to tourists is falling. read full article

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With Valentine’s Day coming up, here is a rundown of the romantic destinations that lovers of all ages may want to consider for the special day.

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Paris is a city so closely associated with romance that it risks becoming a parody of itself. Unscrupulous hoteliers and restaurateurs in the city do their best to help this by raising prices through the roof for a week either side of the 14th February. However, Paris has the reputation it does because it is a very romantic city. Visitors are likely to have a break they will remember for the rest of their lives while the disadvantages will very quickly fade from memory. read full article

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Christmas is a special time of the year to enjoy and celebrate. So if you are looking for a different touch to the festivities this year come and experience the magic of the yuletide in one of Europe’s most beautiful cities - Prague! There’s fun and activities for all age groups. It’s the perfect family holiday destination.

Christmas Markets in Prague

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Prague at night alone is worth a visit. The nocturnal habitats frequented are often one of a kind.

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The epitome of Prague’s uniqueness is Cross Club, buried away in Holesovice. This local underground hang out formerly catering to the dreadlocked-coiffed demographic for its popular Drum’n’Bass nights now opened a café on top. A Czech artist eclectically decorates the whole lot. The metal setting of the basement makes it look like a scene straight from The Matrix. During weeknights it’s manageable, but if you can’t take the crowd on weekends, split for Mecca, an electro club known to host up-and-coming international DJs. The best night to go is on a Wednesday. read full article

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This article has been quite hard to write as some of the most attractive things about Prague are rather more esoteric than a simple list allows. However, here are my top five and I would be interesting to hear what other people have on their list of top five things to see in Prague.

5 things not to miss in prague

I think that Prague Castle has to be number one on this list. It is a stunning place in and of itself but it is also has a beautiful view out across the city and so is a great place for first time visitors to get a feel for Prague. read full article

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Prague is a central city of Europe and therefore a “must-have” addition to any European city hop journey.
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Though it is an amazing city where most visitors are foreign students who like to spend half a year on location to fully explore the city, Prague is relatively concentrated in size and it is possible to cram its highlights in a 48-hour venture into the old bohemian capital. read full article

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The Pargue Castle, one of the most important landmarks of the Czech Republic, is the largest castle complex (70,000 square meter area) in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its religious and secular buildings represent various styles of architecture, including Gothic, Renaissance and Roman.

Prague Castle

Majestic Vladislav Hall, decorated with Gothic and Renaissance style elements, hosted banquets, coronation festivities, read full article

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This article has been quite hard to write as some of the most attractive things about Prague are rather more esoteric than a simple list allows. However, here are my top five and I would be interesting to hear what other people have on their list of top five things to see in Prague.

Prague Charles Bridge

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