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Pražský orloj

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3 Staroměstské náměstí
Praha, Hlavní město Praha 110 00

 724 911 556

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"Prague is small, you gonna do the typical tourist route: Václavské náměstí 846/1, Staroměstské náměstí astronomical clock: Pražský orloj, StCharles Bridge, John Lennon Wall, Prague Castle, small side, aka mala strana: with the peeing boys, the tightest alley and this is it."  See More

"Places to see in Prague are absolutely impressive Pražský orloj in Prague, Municipal House, Church of Our Lady before Týn, also Prague Zoo ,which will be entertaining not only for you also for your kid."  See More

"Go to the top of the Pražský orloj I took a Communism tour which visited an old bunker which was also very interesting."  See More

"Follow the crowds to the Old town, see the Pražský orloj and enjoy the vibe of the area."  See More

"Don't miss the Pražský orloj (Astronomical Clock) - it's fascinating to get a look at."  See More

"Besides the classic (and amazing) tourist spots, the castles (there's about 4), basilica and cathedral, Charles Bridge, Square, and Pražský orloj (astronomical clock), I'd recommend the The Jewish Quarter, Kafka's Castle and museum, and the Museum Kampa of contemporary art, its amazing and near the bridge, and of course the Opera."  See More

"Nearer the Pražský orloj is Cafe Popo that is a CHEAP cocktail bar."  See More

"In Munich, the Schwabing-Freimann neighborhood (close to the Englischer Garten) is a livable, trendy neighborhood with lots of Art Nouveau architectural and ornamental details filled with up and coming restaurants and bars away from the bustle of the Altstadt (downtown). While in Altstadt, be sure to duck into the Bürgersaalkirche - magnificent interior with lifesize stations of the cross and other priceless icons and artifacts, but the real story here is of Father Rupert Mayer, a Jesuit priest who protested against the Nazis, was sentenced to Sachsenhausen concentration camp, and later beatified by John Paul II. He is considered a hero in Bavaria. As well, a sobering visit to Dachau Concentration Camp is a 20 minute train ride out of Munich. We stayed this last time across the street from the Hauptbahnhof at the Le Méridien Munich, very comfortable business class and convenient to UBahn, SBahn and national/international trains. Nymphenburg Palace is lovely, and you may be interested in the Olympiapark area as well. Others have mentioned Hofbräuhaus which is great, noisy fun. More in depth from our blog: /"  See More

"Main sights are Prague Castle, Malostranské náměstí, Charles Bridge, Old Town Square, Pražský orloj, Václavské náměstí | Wenceslas Square, Prašná brána | The Powder Tower, Jindřišská věž ."  See More

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