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1: Historical Landmarks
2: The Rudolfinum
3: The Rudolfinum was constructed between 1876 - 1881. What makes this place so special these days is without doubt the rich sculptural decoration of exterior which cannot be passed unnoticed.
4: The Old Town Bridge Tower
5: The old town bridge tower will lead us through its gate onto the Charles Bridge, one of the most beautiful European Gothic monuments.
6: The Old Town Astronomical Clock
7: Underneath the Astronomical dial of a gorgeous, historical very precious calendar is to be found.
8: Bobsleigh Track Prague
9: This outdoor activity has a track is 1 km long and features dips and loops.This is a safe attraction that can be enjoyed for all ages!
10: Sky Diving
11: Sky diving is another outdoor activity to do!
13: Festivals | River Cruises | Museums
15: Prague Spring
16: The most famous classical music festival in Czech republic.
17: Prague Spring was an event which occurred in 1968, when the politics of Czechoslovakia were briefly liberalized due to sweeping reforms. In response, the Soviet Union cracked down hard on the government of Czechoslovakia, ultimately invading and taking over the country in the name of “normalization.” This event is of historical interest because it marks a period of protest and dissent against the Soviet Union, much like the Solidarity movement in Poland in 1980 and the 1956 Hungarian Uprising.
20: December, January, February - the coldest months of the year, temperatures fall normally under the zero and it is sometimes (quite often) accompanied by snow (also in the cities), in the higher altitudes - the mountains are always covered by the blanket of snow, the dusk starts around 4 - 5 PM
23: June, July, August - the warmest months of the year, temperatures are soaring up to 30degC, the drawback of this sun-filled season are the rains and storms so be ready to have your umbrella, night gets sometimes cooler, the dusk starts around 9 PM
25: June, July, August - the warmest months of the year, temperatures are soaring up to 30degC, the drawback of this sun-filled season are the rains and storms so be ready to have your umbrella, night gets sometimes cooler, the dusk starts around 9 PM
27: September, October, November - this season is filled with colors - the leaves start changing from the bright green to yellow or red as the temperature descends significantly, it is also characterized by the winds and overcast skies, this chilly period prepares us for the upcoming harsh freeze, the first snow may appear, the dusk starts at about 4 - 6 PM.
29: The language was known as Bohemian in English until the late 19th century | The Czech language developed from the Proto-Slavic language at the close of the 1st millennium.
30: Foods in Prague
31: Svíková na smetan served with dumplings, whipped cream and cranberries.
32: Czech cuisine (Czech: eská kuchyn) has both influenced and been influenced by the cuisine of surrounding countries. Many of the cakes and pastries that are popular in Central Europe originated within Czech lands. Contemporary Czech cuisine is more meat-based than in previous periods; the current abundance of farmable meat has enriched its presence in regional cuisine.
33: Traditionally, meat had been reserved for once-weekly consumption, typically at weekends. The body of Czech meals typically consists of two or more courses; the first course is traditionally soup, the second course is the main dish, and supplementary courses such as dessert or compote (kompot) may follow
34: oup (polévka, colloquially polívka) plays an important role in Czech cuisine. Soups commonly found in Czech restaurants are beef, chicken or vegetable broth with noodles—optionally served with liver or nutmeg dumplings, garlic soup (esneka) with croutons—optionally with minced sausage, raw egg, cheese, and cabbage soup (zelaka) made from lacto-fermented cabbage—sometimes served with minced sausage.
35: Kyselica is a Wallachian variety and contains sour cream, bacon, potatoes, eggs and sausage.
39: Prague Airport (Letite Praha-Ruzynein Czech) is located about 20km west of Prague city centre. It is the biggest airport in the Czech Republic with up to 12 million passengers passing through the airport each year.