A city of history, politics, romance and culture, the Czech capital Prague has earned itself many nicknames over the years, including both the 'Golden City' and also the rather descriptive 'City of a Hundred Spires'. Prague is situated at the very heart of eastern Europe and for many was filled with Communist and Soviet gloom.

However, when Prague became the capital of the recently independent country in 1993, it was a city reborn and today you can enjoy a wealth of restored historical buildings, a celebrated musical tradition and a noticeable, exciting atmosphere. During your stay, look out for the many cubist houses within the Jewish Quarter (Josefov), the tranquil oasis that is to be found in the Petrin Gardens, and also the contrasting hustle and bustle all around Wenceslas Square.

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