TRAVEL Czech out prague

The charm­ing Czech cap­i­tal has in­spired the greats for cen­turies (think Wolf­gang amadeus mozart, Franz Kafka, and Rainier maria Rilke). add prague to your travel bucket list and dis­cover what makes it so in­spir­ing.

Cosmopolitan (Philippines) - - Cosmo Life -

Prague is a town straight out of a fairy tale. There’s a cas­tle on a hill, a lovely, lazy river run­ning through the city, and streets lined with stun­ning build­ings. The only other thing you need is your own def­i­ni­tion of a happy end­ing.

In re­al­ity, the city of a thou­sand spires has lived its own kind of fairy tale. From 1948 to 1989, then-czecho­slo­va­kia was un­der com­mu­nist rule. But through the Vel­vet Rev­o­lu­tion that started in the City of Prague, the coun­try emerged from a one-party gov­ern­ment to a Par­lia­men­tary Repub­lic. Decades later, the Czech cap­i­tal is a thriv­ing cos­mopoli­tan city. Rich in his­tory and glo­ri­ous struc­tures, it has come to ri­val world cities Cos­mopoli­tan like Lon­don, Paris, and Rome. Peo­ple the world over con­tinue to come in droves. Per­haps now is the time for you to join them and find out what the fuss is all about. the Basil­ica of St. Ge­orge, to name a few, mark­ing dif­fer­ent points in the coun­try’s long his­tory. Ticket prices de­pend on the num­ber of build­ings you want to en­ter. But what­ever itin­er­ary you choose, a ticket is valid for two days.

Swan Lake: the Vl­tava River view Charles Bridge is best crossed at dawn

Danc­ing House, an ar­chi­tec­tural tri­umph

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