Prague is the largest city in the Czech Republic which is also the capital of the state itself. Here are Top 10 tourist attractions in Prague
1. Charles Bridge
Karluvmost Charles Bridge or in the local language is the bridge made famous in the reign of King Charles IV (1357). In addition to frequently visited by many tourists, this place also has 30 Baroque statues of religious figures are unique and full of artists painting and hot dog vendors. If you come in the afternoon, 520 meter-high bridge looks very beautiful to accompany the River Vltava in Prague 1, Prague.
2. La Degustation Boheme Bourgeoise
In a restaurant serving traditional Czech cuisine, you can enjoy some of the menu as a tasty smoked beef tongue, prague ham soup, chicken hearts, house made noodles and other Bohemian menu. In order to keep her cooking has a high quality, La Degustation Boheme Bourgeoise fully entrusted to the expert chef bourgeois style.
The seven entertainment program to be offered by a restaurant that stands in Hastalska 18, Prague since 1880 is that the guests feel at home last for about 3 hours there.
3. Bunkr Parukarka
Indeed lies the unique little club tonight because it was in a bunker or formerly bunkr Prague (1950) is the place to manufacture nuclear weapons. Bunkr Parukarka is one of the most important places in Prague. To enliven the atmosphere of this place, some local DJs and musicians demonstrate their expertise in the live music stage. As for serving drinks that is characteristic of a club. Apart from being a club, Bunkr Parukarka also have wall climbing arena is really fantastic.
4. U Medvidku Beer Hall and Restaurant
Do you want to enjoy a dish of the famous beer Beer X 33? If true, you try to visit the U Medvidku Beer Hall and Restaurant in Na Perstyne 7, Prague 1, Prague. Beer X 33 is a bitter black beer fermentation is stored in wooden drum for six months. Beer alcohol content can reach 11.8%.
This museum was formerly a very scary place for the citizens of the Czech Republic, where they were arrested and shot by soldiers during the communist rule. (327 people were shot dead for trying to run away and more than 200 thousand people were arrested). Museum of Communism provides a screening room and a gallery featuring photos of events in the past.
When it grew dark, try to spend your night in Zizkov district. Zizkov is an entertainment district that offers a 300 bar and a place of lodging.
7. Petrin Hill
Petrin Hill is one of the tourist attractions in Prague that provides green parks, miniature Eiffel Tower, the Church of St Michael - a wooden building of the 18th century and rail transport are drawn by a rope pulled.
8. David Cerny's Public Sculptures
Many strange and controversial statue in the park Public Cerny Sculpture tempest. Starting from the 10 statues of the baby is crawling, the two statues Brownnosers up to two statues of men's piss urinate.
9. Prague Castle
Prague Castle is the largest ancient castle in the world occupying about 7 field bola.Kastil in Hradcany, 1 tempest has many tourist attractions. Starting from the park, royal palace, the church until the halls are unique. Do not miss St Vitus Cathedral is also the Nouveau style with glass windows and wooden cross picture.
10. Old Town Square
Although Prague has a lot of foreign buildings, but some 10th-century building in Old Town Square Old Town is still standing without the slightest touch. Some old buildings that you can see there is a Rococo Kinsky Palace, Gothic Tyn Cathedral and the Baroque St. Nicholas Church. Indeed lies the unique little club tonight because it was in a bunker or formerly bunkr Prague (1950) is the place to manufacture nuclear weapons. Bunkr Parukarka is one of the most important places in Prague. To enliven the atmosphere of this place, some local DJs and musicians demonstrate their expertise in the live music stage. As for serving drinks that is characteristic of a club. Apart from being a club, Bunkr Parukarka also have wall climbing arena is really fantastic.