PRAGUE: THE STATUARY CITY
It is the capital of the Czech Republic and a true center of both art and culture.
Located on the banks of the Moldava river it is characterized by its 9 surrounding hills, the highest of which is called the Petrin. Over six million people visit the city every year and despite often harsh weather conditions there is constant and steady tourist activity. If you’ve never been, we promise you it’s worth a trip. Here’s our list of five things that you can’t not see in this amazing city: Prague Castle, climbing the winding roads and dark alleys you will come to the San Vito Cathedral, symbol of the Czech religion. The Josefov, or rather the Jewish Quarter, just a few steps away from the center square of the old town.
You definitely can’t miss a visit to the Malà Strana, in Czech it means “the lesser quarter” and is a neighborhood that is full of little squares, romantic corners and beautiful buildings. Do you know why it’s called the Statuary City? Because it has its own unique form of government system. Now that you have a little extra information, pack your bags, and grab your unforgettable VO2888B color 2195 for a new adventure.
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