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If you want to travel and discover a new city full of treasures, you definitely should go to Prague. We had an amazing time there. We selected the most incredible places for you, from restaurant to hotels and visits.

Sleep at MGallery by Sofitel

If you a looking for a cosy place with an ideal location to stay in Prague, MGallery is the perfect place. This 4-star hotel has some very nice rooms with some great design from the bed to the bathroom. Ideally located in the heart of the city, the hotel is only a few minutes away from the main place to visit such as Old Town Square and the Astronomical Clock. The comfort, style and staff will make you want to come back without a doubt!

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Dine at Brasserie Parisienne Felice

Located in the city center, the Felice offers fine dining. They serve a wide variety of traditional and Czech international dishes, which can be enjoyed indoors or on the courtyard terrace. It’s such a pleasure to enjoy their good food at the terrace, away from the tourists. The place is very quiet and the staff very professional and friendly. The Felice restaurant is a must if you’re a food lover! Pssst: try their local wine!

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Brunch at Marthy’s Kitchen

Located near the pretty Church of Saint Ludmila, Marthy’s Kitchen is definitely the best place for breakfast or brunch. The place is nicely decorated and super cosy that we could stay there a whole day! They offer a wide variety of plates from Benedict’s eggs to pancakes, fresh juices, waffles, granola and many more. Everything is crazy delicious!

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Shop at Signature Store & Cafe

One side features a stylish coffee house with freshly roasted coffee and homemade soup and cakes. The other side is a concept store where you can find original brands, sustainable fashion & interior design by European designers. Enjoy their live DJs, art exhibitions, DIY workshops or interesting lectures while doing some shopping!

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The pastel-coloured baroque houses around the Old Town Square makes it one of Europe’s most beautiful squares. From this unique market place you can see the Astronomical Clock, one of the greatest treasures of the city.

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Until the 19th century Charles Bridge remained the only bridge connecting both sides of Prague. It’s really nice to walk there and enjoy the view along the way!

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If you cross Charles Bridge, you’ll end up on the other side of the river where Prague Castle and St. Vitus’ Cathedral are. The hill is high but it’s worth the walk! Besides the Castle you’ll overlook the city and get the best view!

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We are sure you’re going to love Prague as much as we do. So now you just have to book your tickets and let’s go!

Pictures credits: Thousand Wonders / Lukas Pelech / Breakfast Club / Travel Channel / Vacances Bleues / Lady Kerstyn

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