9. Prague – the city of a thousand spires, Czech Republic
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- You will find many public telephones in the Czech Republic, but most do not operate with coins. Instead, most work with phone card.
- Do not go by car to Prague unless you really want it. Motorway network in the Czech Republic is not in a very good situation and you may have problems with the car on the way. In addition, as there are multiple ways to get to Prague by plane or train, it would be advisable to submit your car such an effort.
- Do not cross the red, fines are very large if you are caught in such a situation.
- Do not walk with all the money with you, keep the hotel address and important phone numbers. Watch your camera and backpack.
- “Astronomical Clock” (dating from the fifteenth century) is certainly one of the best known symbols of Prague, attracting hundreds of tourists daily. It can be seen in the Old Market (Stare Mesto), on the south side of Old City Hall tower.
- If you travel to Prague, you can not miss admiring the city on the water. From dawn till late on the Vltava walk dozens of vapors. The longest river in the Czech Republic, Vltava flows into the Elbe. After a ride on the Vltava gonna stay amazed at how much beauty created the history.
- Caution when changing money
- Do not use public transportation without a ticket.