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Things To Do In Czech Republic

Renowned for regular parks, delightful jelly, and beautiful towns, Czech Republic is a standout amongst the most intriguing goals that one could escape to. Studded with manors that depict fancy magnificence, Czech Republic is the most well known for its vintage pride of Prague Castle that goes back to ninth century. Being home to such verifiable jewels, this is one worldwide departure that every one of the explorers must have on their bucket list! Explore it with our Denmark Holiday Packages. 
Hello Audience! May we have your attention please! Old town Square resides right in the heart of Prague. It is the central historic part of Prague. The Square is the greatest tourist attractions of Czech Capital. It is just impossible to visit this classic destination even if you are visiting Prague for several numbers of times. The complete highlight of Old town Square is the famous Prague Astronomical Clock. It is a medieval clock mounted on the Old town hall. 
Explore Prague through cool vintage cars from 1930s and the duration of the tour may be altered according to your wishes. The driver will pick you up from your hotel and will surely take you on the exciting tours. You will pass through the major destinations of Prague like Old Town, Jewish town, across the Czech’s bridge to Prague Castle and then you can get back to the Old tow across Manes Bride.
Please pen down that Prague castle indicates the largest castle area in the world. It’s three courtyards and number of magnificent buildings cover over 7 hectares, so just be prepared to see a lot. And according to Guinness book of world record, Prague castle is the largest coherent castle complex in the world, with an almost 70000 meter square. 
Charles Bridge is a stone Gothic bridge that links the Old Town and Lesser Town. The construction of the bridge begun in 1357 by Czech king and Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV and was completed in 1402. The purpose to build this bridge was to replace the Judith Bridge that had been badly damaged by floods in 1342. The architecture of the bridge has sandstone blocks flanked at each end by fortified towers. From 1683 to 1928 for the decoration of the bridge carving of 30 statues of saints was done. Among these, the most famous statue was of St John of Nepomuk.Charles Bridge’s architecture is 516 meters long, 9.5 meters wide, 13 meters high, and stands on 15 pillars. This bridge is part of the so-called Royal Route.
Tucked away into a non- descript street away from the touristy hustle and bustle that usually pervades Prague, the Lennon Wall takes your breath away. Every inch of the wall has been filled with Lennon inspired griifti. It is quiet and respectful space as visitors walk down the length of beautifully painted wall. The image of John Lennon was first painted on the wall after his murder in December 1980. 
Have you ever tried Segway, this unique electrical device which keeps balance independently, works on any terrain and most of all is really easy to use. Riding our own Prague Segway is intuitive and master it’s the matter of minutes. Just Get it, lean in, and get set go. Straighten up and stop. Drive fast or slow. 
The expression of spa class, forcing corridors, selective spa structures and a superb format in the core of a forested valley. That is Karlovy Vary. The best known town in the widely acclaimed West Bohemian Spa Triangle, in which probably the most celebrated figures in European aesthetic and social life have appreciated treatment, is today the second most visited spot in the Czech Republic. Because of its novel engineering, it is a standout amongst Europe's most delightful spas.

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