Prague has been described as one of the world’s most beautiful cities, where storefronts meet cobblestone streets, merchants sell handmade goods and locals meet at street cafes and beer gardens for beloved Czech beer all under the watchful eye of Prague’s famous medieval towers.
Prague’s rich history begins in the 10th century, when it began to grow into a bustling stopping point for foreign trade. It is hard to find a comparable city that holds so many rich layers of history and architecture spanning the Middle Ages to the Renaissance to Baroque to Art Nouveau and more.
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