Meshchersky Park in Moscow
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Hotel Romani in Moscow
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Family visa
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5 ideas for traveling to Prague

Charles bridge-a medieval bridge in Prague over the Vltava river, connecting the historic areas of the Old Town and Prague Castle. The legendary Charles bridge, decorated with a unique sculpture gallery — is one of the most famous sights of the capital of the Czech Republic. Be sure to take the time and leisurely walk along the Charles bridge, considering the elegant sculptures of skilled craftsmen XVII-XVIII centuries.

Watch the Prague astronomical clock strike
The Prague astronomical clock (Orloj) is a medieval clock set in the tower of the old town hall. Orloy is one of the oldest astronomical clocks in the world and the oldest currently in operation. The chimes of The Prague astronomical clock are a real show that you must see with your own eyes!

Prague astronomical clock (orloy)
Walk through the historical center of Prague
Historical center of Prague
You can choose excursions in Prague, or you can just walk around the historic center of the city, which, by the way, is included in the UNESCO world heritage list. Both options are win-win!

To be photographed against the background of an extravagant Dancing house
Dancing house-an extravagant building in Prague, the outlines of which are like two silhouettes merged in a dance. By the standards of the main attractions of the Czech capital, the Dancing house is still quite young, but it has already become one of the most photographed objects in Prague and is one of the most unusual buildings in the world. Photo on the background of the Dancing house is almost every tourist who visited Prague.

Dancing house in Prague
To arrange a gastronomic tourism
Czech soup in bread
After a walk in Prague, be sure to go to some small restaurant and arrange a real gastronomic tourism! Be sure to try the soup in bread, boar knee and dumplings!

We have listed only five ideas for traveling in the capital of the Czech Republic, but in Prague you can still visit many museums, cathedrals and monasteries. And if this does not seem enough, you can go on a short trip from Prague, a lot of options: Berlin, Vienna, Dresden, Karlovy vary, Munich and so on.

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