Smart tips for traveling to Prague

Prague – a favorite place for many tourists. youth culture gives the city vitality and economical transactions for a lot of travel.

Prague card

Most European cities offer city card, which is for one apartment for a reasonable fee to travelers gives discounts and free admission to attractions. In Prague, this map of the city – especially a good deal. 740 CZK travelers get free admission to over 50 attractions including the sights of Prague Castle. For an additional 220 CZK, travelers can get a 3-day unlimited transit pass.

Prague Card can be purchased at the airport, tourist information booths and some hotels.

Royal route

Royal Route – a colorful winding streets leading from the gates of the old city to the Prague Castle. On the sidewalk, clearly marked Silver Arrow (Silver Line). Along the route there are attractions such as the House of the Black Madonna, Old Town Square (with a beautiful astronomical clock) and Charles Bridge.

Note: There are bizarre, though expensive shops that line the Royal Route. For inexpensive gifts is the best choice would be one of the many markets. For a classic souvenir of Prague, the famous Bohemian crystal, try to shop as far as possible from the tourist old town.

Charles bridge

Charles Bridge – great pedestrian bridge and falls into one of the most photographed landmarks. Bridge really comes to life at dusk, with which the lining Booker, artists and musicians.

guard change

Entrance fee to the Prague Castle, but observation of the changing of the guards for free. The guards are changed every hour (this attraction can crowded, so try to see it early in the day). Once a day, at noon, there is a great show. Unlike the guards at other castles, travelers can stand next to those of the royal guard for the great opportunities for photos.

Saving money on this experience the captivating allow the traveler to stay at a fairly expensive, but missed the Prague Castle and a great buy Bohemian crystal and other glassware.