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Best things to do in Prague 2

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Plaza
“Wenceslas Square is one of the main city squares and the centre of the business and cultural communities in the New Town of Prague, Czech Republic. Many historical events occurred there, and it is a traditional setting for demonstrations, celebrations, and other public gatherings. The square is named after Saint Wenceslas, the patron saint of Bohemia. It is part of the historic centre of Prague, a World Heritage Site.”
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Building
“Dancing House (Tančící dům) is set in a fine location by the Vltava River in Prague. Its design is unique, and especially striking in the city centre because it is a modern building surrounded by historic architecture. Dancing House was constructed between 1992-1996. It has daring, curvy outlines, which led its architects Vlado Milunc and the American Frank Owen Gehry to initially name it the "Fred and Ginger Building", after the legendary dance duo. The top floor of Dancing House is the only part of the building open to the public, and is home to one of the city's leading restaurants.”
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Museum
“Loved by Czech nationals, admired by foreign visitors, and deeply linked to modern Czech history, the building became considered over time as part of the National Museum Institution itself. The historical building underwent a major reconstruction and was re-opened on 28 October 2018 — the day of he 100th anniversary of the Czechoslovak Republ”
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Neighbourhood
“In the 10th century, 70 years after the establishment of Prague Castle, a church and fortified trading post were built on a cliff top overlooking the Vltava River, on the heights of Vysehrad. Although not much remains of the castle today, Vysehrad Park none-the-less makes a pleasant excursion out of the hustle and bustle of Prague's city centre. ”
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Park
“One of the two most beautiful parks in Vinohrady with panoramic views of the historic city center and pleasant garden restaurants.”
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Café
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“Very favourite café place, they serve delicious breakfasts, but be prepared there will be many people. It is cheap and delicious.”
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Castle
“In the 10th century, 70 years after the establishment of Prague Castle, a church and fortified trading post were built on a cliff top overlooking the Vltava River, on the heights of Vysehrad. Although not much remains of the castle today, Vysehrad Park none-the-less makes a pleasant excursion out of the hustle and bustle of Prague's city centre. ”
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Park
“The park is relaxed and has a path that winds through it. There are many trees and shady areas to sit under and there are typically a few runners and dog walkers. In the park there is a cafe, a pavilion near the villa and a historical vineyard gazebo, all perfect places to get a coffee or a glass of wine. ”
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Theatre
“National Theatre which was built by the donations from whole nation. The biggest and most famous theatre in Prague.”
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Theatre
“National Theatre in Prague is a stunning neo-Renaissance building dating from 1868-83. It is instantly recognisable from the river, its golden roof gleaming in the sunshine on fine weather days. The theatre is set on the Old Town / New Town bank of the Vltava River, one bridge along from Charles Bridge. For Czech people, the National Theatre is one of the most important cultural institutions in Prague - since inception, a symbol of the Czech National Revival. ”
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Brewery
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“Super touristic place, but believe me, it is worth to visit it! Go there and try their homemade beer "U Fleku", which is producing since 1499!”
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Waterfront
“You can feed swans here - so don't forget to buy bred! Also there are a lot of cafes, bars, life music and other attractions :)”
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Cocktail Bar
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“The absolute best cocktail bar in the city! It is quite small and cozy and very popular so I would recommend going there on a weekday.”
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Hockey Rink
“This is a beautiful and large park in the city center, there is a good garden café and a beer garden restaurant where you can watch sports matches. It is the best view of Prague Castle from here. Take a tram 22, or 6 to I.P. Pavlova, then walk.”
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Nightclub
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“The biggest music club in Central Europe. 5 Floors of Entertainment: mainstream, dance music, oldies, hip hop, chill out, all inclusive area. Open every day: 21:00 – 05:00. Karlovy Lazne is the largest facility of its kind in Central Europe. Thanks to its five music clubs on five separate floors, it is also one of the best technically equipped club’s in the world.”
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Czech Restaurant
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“Very good value lunch menu and excellent quality. Quick and often busy. A favourite with Czechs on a weekday.”
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