Prague, Czec Republic

One of the most picturesque cities in Europe. Prague is unquestionably a city best explored on foot, the entire central area has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its rich architectural heritage largely results from centuries of escaping the worst ravages of war.

It became the capital of the independent Czech Republic in January 1993 and is the largest city of the country. Population (1991) 1,214,174. Prague is the chief commercial and industrial center and the cultural capital of the Czech Republic. -

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The city's golden age commenced when Charles IV of Bohemia was elected Holy Roman Emperor in 1346. The ambitious Gothic building programme including St Vitus Cathedral, the Charles Bridge, the University, and the New Town (Nové Mesto) centred on Wenceslas Square, transformed the city into one of the greatest and most powerful in Europe.

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The best times to visit Prague are in the early spring and the late autumn after the majority of tourists have left; if the cold isn't a problem, the winter months are the quietest time. Prague has a generally mid climate, although very high and low temperatures can be encountered; autumn is the season with the highest rainfall.

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