Fifteen big bridges picture the countenance of Prague. ... More Fourteen of them vault across the river Vltava, one of them runs across the Nusle valley. The eldest and the most precious one was built in 1357 and is named after its founder Charles IV. We cannot miss is if we take the Royal Route, the famous tourist route leading from the centre to the Prague Castle.
One of the breath taking and the most photogenic views at the Castle can be seen right at the bridgehead of the Charles Bridge. The effect of the Castle panorama is given by the diversity of probably all the historic styles. We will not exaggerate by saying that we are watching thousand years development of European architecture.
Different views at the city are offered on several islands, surrounded by the river Vltava. Although these small islands are not very interesting from the geographical point of view, they play an important role with their green. These are oases for relaxation in the middle of the noisy city.
The Czech metropolis abounds in theatres, concert and exhibition halls, museums and galleries. It is not vain to say that Prague is as diverse as one can wish. Every new comer will be shown one of Prague charming looks.
It's a place where different architectural styles stand cheek by jowl, creating an atmosphere that's both intimate and romantic, and quite impossible to forget once you visit.
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