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One of the world’s oldest cities which survived the destruction of Twentieth Century is Prague. It is the largest city and capital city of Czech republic. Apart from being capital it has other feathers to its name, like being the fourteenth largest city in the European Union and the sixth most visited city in Europe. Situated on the Vltava River, it is positioned in the northeastern part of the country.
Climate in Prague
The climatic condition in Prague is an Oceanic climate with warm summers and cold winters. During summer, you will have bright sunny days but cool nights. Winters present you with snow covered areas and less or no sunshine at all. Although it does not experience much rainfall, yet sometimes during the summer, heavy rainfall with strong storms can be experienced. This is also a windy city with wind experienced from the western parts.
Culture in Prague
A cultural destination, Prague has to offer fascinating museums, galleries, music spots and theaters for its admirers. To cite its cultural background, there are numerous examples. Mozart wrote "Don Giovanni" here. The National Gallery with its awesome art collection has various historical and non historical exhibits. The lists continue with Jewish Museum, Rudolfinum, House of Black Madonna and so on.
Prague hosts prestigious exhibitions, events and international festivals. All these are back to the establishment of the University of Prague. It was one of the first such institutions in Central Europe and has attracted the greatest minds from all over Europe.
This city is also termed as musical city and if you attend the Prague Spring festival, you will find yourself bounded by talented musicians with various music styles like jazz, pop, classical and so on.
Tourism In Prague.
Often referred a ”fairy tale City”, Prague is famous for its picturesque streets and lovely architecture. Various places that can be visited in Prague are Prague Castle, Lesser Town, Charles Bridge, Old Town,Vyšehrad various museums like Bertramka museum, Czech Literature, Wax museum and Czech Museum of fine arts.
The city of Prague is divided into five main areas covering both the banks of Vltava River. On this River you would find Charles Bridge. It not only connects two banks, but also is an important meeting place for musicians and artists for exhibiting their skills. You can observe National Theater and Hradcany in Prague from Charles Bridge.
Always remember to spend some quality time in Town Square, a popular gathering place where people gather till date from the tenth century to enjoy the atmosphere.
Another attraction of Prague is Czech Beer, and the annual beer festival attracts visitors from all around the world. It is said that beer is cheaper than water then!
Reaching in and Around Prague
You may directly fly to Prague as all important operators have their flight to the city. You can also avail train and buses from the nearest places to reach Prague. It has a highway connection from five major directions and thus is easily accessible through road also.
For roaming inside the city, walking can be the best option. If not, you will get shuttle taxis, Buses and trams and metros to take you from one destination to another.
“Mother of Cities” or Prague has a lot to offer you and a few days here would only make you to come back here again and again.