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William Leffingwell
2/26/2014
Overall rating: 9
There are several different neighborhoods/parts of the city, each with a very distinct flavor. This city is the most picturesque I have visited in Europe or America. Public transportation is good and the city is walkable. Allow at least 2-3 days, more if you can. There are attractions within a short driving distance from the city as well.
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Level 20
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12/20/2013
Overall rating: 8
You can easily get around on foot, there's no need to take taxis or public transport. The main sights are close to each other, otherwise, the subway is very good and connects all the major tourist attractions.
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Level 1
12/20/2013
Overall rating: 8
There are lots of bars with great beers and music open from morning until late at night. You'll be spoiled for choice. The prices are very low almost everywhere, except in the places that serve Italian food, it's poor quality and the prices are high, even in those run by Italians.
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Level 26
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11/28/2013
Overall rating: 8
You can find some really great rates. I think it's the ideal destination for a weekend away. The flights are cheap and even the downtown hotels have very competitive prices. The city's attractions are varied and the food is good and varied. The scenery is beautiful and the people are polite. You should definitely go at least once in your life.
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Level 26
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11/25/2013
Overall rating: 7
The crystals of bohemia and the paintings that you can buy are unique and special. There are lots of markets, especially at Christmas time. You have to be careful, though, of the Chinese goods that are passed off as local craft items by some unscrupulous merchants. The now-famous sweatshirts with "Prague Drinking Team" written on are fun.
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Level 7
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11/21/2013
Overall rating: 9
The Czech Goulash is without a doubt the most interesting dish of the Czech capital, preceded by an excellent mushroom soup, accompanied by a mug of the national drink, beer. And you absolutely can't not try the exceptional apple strudel which you can smell in all the squares of Prague!
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Level 11
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9/5/2013
Overall rating: 9
It's full of shops, especially souvenir shops, there's one on every corner! You can find all this and more. There are objects of all kinds, from the classic fridge magnets to funny and original ornaments. And as regards clothes, you can find everything, there are lots of shops and shopping centres within easy reach, some even have 5 floors.
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Level 9
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8/26/2013
Overall rating: 8
THE NIGHTLIFE IS VERY LIVELY. THERE ARE GREAT PLACES TO SEE. I RECOMMEND GOING ROUND WITH A GUIDE. WATCH OUT FOR PICKPOCKETS IN THE PUBLIC TRANSPORT. I RECOMMEND A DINNER CRUISE ORGANIZED BY THE HOTELS, IT'S VERY INSPIRING. DON'T STAY OVERNIGHT ON THE BOAT, IT'S VERY DANGEROUS. THE CITY ISN'T CLEANED WELL.
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Level 20
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8/25/2013
Overall rating: 9
There is accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets. I recommend renting an apartment, you can even find one in the centre, but they're a bit more expensive. I found a cheap one in the Vinhorady area, just behind the museum. I could get to S. Venceslao Square in just a few minutes on foot, and it wasn't far from the historic centre. Anyway, the metro and tram network reach into the suburbs.
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Level 26
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8/25/2013
Overall rating: 8
The local food is excellent. Prague ham, Bohemian soup palacinke and Trdlo. There are stalls offering traditional food at low prices, but also traditional restaurants. You can also eat at all hours of the day and night with lots on offer, especially in areas with lots of attractions.
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Level 9
7/16/2013
Overall rating: 9
I think the best time to go is in the middle of winter. All the snow creates a unique romantic atmosphere and you can spend passionate nights with your partner. It's not very expensive, but not very cheap. I therefore recommend going and hope I have been of help.
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Level 9
6/27/2013
Overall rating: 9
I went to Prague for St. Valentine's. Prague is a magical city of another age, it's fairy-tale and romantic and it stays in your heart. The food is excellent. You feel as though you're in another era. It's a magical, quiet, relaxing place full of history. I also recommend the tour of the ghetto and the Jewish cemetery ...it makes you think ... Then go back to the fairy-tale, the castle and Golden Lane.
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Kingsport Traveler
6/7/2013
Overall rating: 9
Being a fan of all things historical, I thought Prague was a truly wonderful place to visit! We stayed at the foot of the castle and found everything we liked within easy walking distance. Walking across the beautiful Charles Bridge with artists all around was such an enjoyable experience as well as the River Cruise we took. The castle grounds were very nice and St.Vitus Cathedral left us awe-struck. I would highly recommend a trip to this European gem!
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Level 21
5/14/2013
Overall rating: 9
The tram drivers are imaginative in Prague!!!! My partner and I always took the 9 ..... always from the same place, just behind the hotel. But every day the route was different!!!!!! However, we discovered some nice areas .....
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Level 15
4/30/2013
Overall rating: 9
There are some very important and beautiful spas, residences of emperors and kings at the beginning of the last century. The whole city is very pleasant, you should see St. Wenceslas Square, the Saint Charles Bridge and the Clock Square.
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Level 9
4/29/2013
Overall rating: 9
Prague is a truly MAGICAL city, I highly recommend visiting the St. Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, Lesser Town, the Old Town, the cathedral of St. Vito, the Jewish ghetto and the dancing house. I recommend having lunch in town at the Arlecchino restaurant, near the square with the clock (it's beautiful), we ate really well and the prices were very reasonable.
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Level 46
4/26/2013
Overall rating: 9
Bring an umbrella because it will come in handy, unfortunately, but it's still worth going, the city is very beautiful, it's easy to get around on foot and the people are courteous and helpful, except for some locals who take advantage of the exchange rate between the euro and crowns and try to rip you off.
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Level 14
4/26/2013
Overall rating: 10
The public transport is very efficient, especially the beautiful red trams, and the punctuality could be described as ... Swiss! They even at run at night, in fact all the trams are always full, proving their efficiency. This is a city which has come up with the right strategy to battle smog.
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Level 22
4/9/2013
Overall rating: 9
The splendid squares and the magic of a land that knows of mystery and the past. Wrap yourself in its character! The huge areas that make you feel protected, the flavours of the Czech city with its traditions and its moods. The lanes marked with tales of other times! Prague is not to be missed.
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Level 27
1/4/2013
Overall rating: 9
It's a romantic city, there's good food, it's quite cheap. The public transport works well. It's definitely worth going. There are interesting places to visit day and night. The nightlife is lively.
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Charles Bridge
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Prague Castle
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Wenceslas Square
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Jewish district & Klaus Synagogue
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Saint Vito's Cathedral
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Jewish Cemetery
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The castle of Karlštejn
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Malà Strana
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Stare Mesto
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The Church of Mother of God before Týn
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The Golden Lane
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Prague Clock
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Old Town Square
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The Rosenberg palace
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The Strahov Monastery
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The castle of Konopište
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Kampa Island
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National Theatre
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The Old-New Synagogue
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National Museum
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Karlovy Lázne
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Národní museum
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Nove Mesto
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Franz Kafka museum
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