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Prague Vacations, Tourism and Travel

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Prague's most brilliant habitants

The soul of a city is also defined by its most brilliant habitants. Prague is certainly appealing to the eye with all its beautiful architecture – but has a remarkable list of notorious individuals who lived there in different periods of history. Probably everyone knows Kafka and his literature, or Alphonse Mucha and his Art Nouveau. Less known may be Jan Neruda, from whom Pablo Neruda got his “feather” name, given the received influence from the Czech writer. Jan Neruda lived in a house near the Castle of Prague – if you look carefully when going up there from downtown, you will find it.
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Prague - first impressions

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Prague - Top Locations

Top Rated Hotels

1. Hotel U Zlate Studne 5.0 stars
2. Old Prague Hostel 5.0 stars
3. Casa Marcello 4.0 stars
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Top Rated Attractions

1. Prague Castle (Hradschin) 4.0 stars
2. Old Town Square 5.0 stars
3. St. Vitus Cathedral 4.0 stars
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Top Rated Restaurants

1. U Cerneho Vola 5.0 stars
2. Olympia 5.0 stars
3. Jama 5.0 stars
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Top Rated Hostels

1. Sir Toby's 4.0 stars
2. Ritchie's Hostel & Hotel 5.0 stars
3. Clown and Bard Hostel 5.0 stars
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Top Rated Bars

1. Jo's Bar 4.0 stars
2. Hidden Pub in Prague 5.0 stars
3. La Bodeguita del medio 5.0 stars
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Top Rated Clubs

1. Radost FX 3.0 stars
2. Cross Club 5.0 stars
3. Roxy 4.0 stars
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