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44 things to do in Czech Republic

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#1in PragueTake a walk across the Charles Bridge in PragueTake a walk across the Charles Bridge in PragueMickey Collins

By the Gothic towers and sculptures on the bridge you can read the whole history of Prague.

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#2in PragueTry trdlo in PragueTry trdlo in Pragueoddviser

Large spit cake of sweet dough is cooked on an open fire and covered with a mixture of cinnamon, sugar and nuts.

Kč50
#3in PragueClimb the Petrin Observation Tower in PragueClimb the Petrin Observation Tower in PragueЛеся Кречетова

55-meter Petrin Observation Tower offers splendid city view - take 299 steps or take a lift.

Kč120Petrin Observation Tower
#4in PragueTry czech wafles "oplatky" in PragueTry czech wafles "oplatky" in PragueHarper Fuller

You can buy and try a Czech delicacy – oplatky - in any supermarket in Prague. They are two thin wafers, glued together with different fillings.

#5in PragueGo on a river motor ship along the Vltava in PragueGo on a river motor ship along the Vltava in PragueКристина Нестеренко

You can buy tickets and go boating on the Dvorzakova quay near the Chekhov Bridge.

Kč150Vltava River
#6in PragueTry beer soup in PragueTry beer soup in Pragueoddviser

Look for name pivní polévka on the menu - Czech soup prepared by adding beer is served in all the restaurants around Prague.

#7in PragueSee the remains of Czech kings in PragueSee the remains of Czech kings in PragueDarina

There are the remains of Czech kings and other famous figures in the gothic Saint Vitus Cathedral.

Saint Vitus Cathedral
#8in PragueAscend the bell tower of Saint Vitus cathedral in PragueAscend the bell tower of Saint Vitus cathedral in PragueSuper Сrabe

The biggest bell in the Czech Republic was installed in the tower of the cathedral. It offers a spectacular city view.

Kč150Saint Vitus Cathedral
#9in PragueDine in the restaurant Oblaca in PragueDine in the restaurant Oblaca in PragueGarry Positive

In 360° panoramic restaurant Oblaca, you can dine for 500 Kč per person at an altitude of 66 meters with a stunning view of the center of the Czech capital.

Kč500Zizkov Television Tower
#10in PragueWatch mechanized Prague chime performance in PragueWatch mechanized Prague chime performance in PragueLIFEisGOOD

Daily from 8.00 till 20.00 on Old Town Square the bells chime showing mechanized performance.

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#11in PragueTry Vepřové koleno in PragueTry Vepřové koleno in PragueHarper Fuller

Ham hock is marinaded overnight in garlic, mustard and spices; then it's roasted under a high heat. Traditionally the dish is washed down with beer.

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#12in PragueSee changing the Guard at Prague Castle in PragueSee changing the Guard at Prague Castle in PragueAnri Genyari

It runs every hour near the outer gate. At 12:00, the ceremony is complemented with the march; it lasts longer.

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#13in PragueSee human bone chandelier in PragueSee human bone chandelier in PragueLIFEisGOOD

Human bone and skull candelabrum is hanging inside the cemetery burial vault in Sedlec.

Sedlec Ossuary
#14in PragueTry Svijany beer in PragueTry Svijany beer in PragueHarper Fuller

450-year history Czech beer is listed to the best ones in the world. Prague supermarkets, restaurants and pubs offer to try the well-liked drink.

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#15in PragueDescend into the Old City Hall underground in PragueDescend into the Old City Hall underground in PragueAnna Tet

City hall underground keeps buildings of XIII century and one subterranean street.

Kč250Old Town Hall
#16in PragueMake a wish on the Charles Bridge in PragueMake a wish on the Charles Bridge in Pragueklia balo

On the Charles Bridge, three of 30 statues fulfill desires - they typically shine because many people touched it - you will see.

Charles Bridge
#17in PragueWalk along the narrowest street in PragueWalk along the narrowest street in PragueMargaret Cain

To walk along "one person's street" (70 cm width), you'll have to stand in line at a pedestrian traffic lights :)

FREEVinarna Certovka Street
#18in PragueTry Drstkova soup in PragueTry Drstkova soup in PragueJoe Guardino

Drstkova is soup made from spiced tripe; it is a national honor of Czechs. All Prague restaurants serve the dish, quite often as a cream soup.

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#19in PragueGo up to the Old Town Hall tower in PragueGo up to the Old Town Hall tower in PragueAnna Tet

The best pictures of tiled roofs of Prague are taken from the Old Town tower.

Kč250Old Town Hall
#20in PragueWalk along the Petrin Hill dungeons in PragueWalk along the Petrin Hill dungeons in PragueR.R.Mix

The hill is pierced by the net of tunnels for mining. Since 2007, on weekends, the guided tours are conducted here.

Petrin Observation Tower
#21in PragueClimb the Charles bridge towers in PragueClimb the Charles bridge towers in PragueJoe Guardino

The Lesser Town and the Old Town Bridge Towers overlook the bridge 516 meters long and the entrancing panorama of Prague.

Kč100Charles Bridge
#1in Karlovy VaryTry oplatky in Karlovy VaryTry oplatky in Karlovy VaryCherry

They are two thin wafers with all kinds of fillings - chocolate, pepper, cherry, etc. They are cooked only with the water from Karlovy Vary springs.

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#22in PragueTry bramboracka in PragueTry bramboracka in PragueКристина Нестеренко

Czech potato soup with smoked meat or mushrooms is baked in a bread "pot", so you will have to eat not only soup, but also the plate.

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