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Prague is the leading and the capital city of Czech Republic. Situated on the Vltava River in central Bohemia, Prague has been the political, cultural and economic epitome of the Czech state for more than eleven hundred years. It is also one of those cities which was not touched during the Second World War and hence has preserved all of its historical artifacts. Major tourist attractions in Prague include the National Museum which presents the history of the country in a beautiful manner. In the front is the Venceslas Statue which also records major historical events occurred in the past. There are also many shops and hotels in this area. The Powder Tower which was built in 1475 named so for using it to hide Gun Powder in the 19th century is another tourist spot. The Obecni Dum which is the municipal house is another of the attractions which houses a beautiful concert hall as well as a French restaurant.
Tourists can also walk down the Royal Route which spans from the Royal Palace to the Prague Castle and was used by the Royals. The Heart of the city is the Old Town square which is Prague’s most popular square and is bombarded with hoards of people. There are also various bars, restaurants and museums situated in the vicinity of this Square. Another Crowd puller is the Astronomical clock which depicts the positions of sun and moon and also the various zodiac signs. It was built in the 15th century. A popular landmark of Prague is the Charles Bridge where tourists gather to experience the beautiful views of the city exhibiting major landmarks on both the ends. The Jerusalemer Synagogue, built by Wilhelm Stiassny, of Bratislava, is the largest Jewish place of worship situated in Prague and is quite unique in its architecture.
Your visit to Prague is incomplete without visiting the Prague Castle which houses a lot of statues. It also houses St. Vitus Cathedral which is a sight in its own. The terrace of the castle provides amazing views of the city and is a must watch. Tourists can take the exit to the St. Venceslas Vineyards which has three nice restaurants. The administration also provides various Budget Hotels in Prague where Tourists can reside themselves. For sight lovers, probably the best place to look is the Petrin Towers which is 60 m high and gives a bird’s eye view to the city. Other places of interest are the Lennon Wall, the Pisek Gate, the Dancing House, the Andel neighborhood which is a shopper’s stop and the Prague Zoo which is elected as the 7th best zoo in the world.