Recently, Prague has become a tourist hot spot due to the spreading word of the city's fascinating attractions and stunning architecture. Though the destination is not as unknown as it used to be, travelers can still enjoy the sites offered in this city that continues to be timeless.
The Charles Bridge at different times of day can be vastly different. Tourists hoping for a quieter stroll can try crossing the span early in the morning for a foggy and wondrous view of the Vltava River, reports Lonely Planet. Those who hope to experience an active marketplace instead can come in the afternoon, when vendors offer an array of trinkets such as painting of Prague's cityscape.
The grandeur of Mozart's Don Giovanni once debuted at the Estates Theatre, and the performance was conducted my Mozart himself. There are large amounts of historical significance at this venue, where tourists can learn about its past, plus attend modern dance and music shows.
Meals in the Czech Republic are usually meat-centered, with an emphasis on ingredients such as pig and fowl. According to Frommer's, for a good, authentic dish in Prague, tourists may want to try the roast duck and red cabbage at Mlynec, which also has a terrace with views overlooking the river.
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