The city was seldom visited by tourists until 1989 because of communism that lasted for 40 years. After the Velvet Revolution of 17th November 1986, Prague emerged as the foremost destination for spending holidays in Europe. It is a renowned land of great writers, artists, athletes, sports players, models and film directors. The city is deeply influenced by the Czech's culture where all streets, nooks and monuments recall something. Being dominated by the Holy Roman Empire, the Habsburg Empire, the First Czechoslovak Republic (1918), the Nazi Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, the Communist Republic of Czechoslovakia, Prague is coloured in different shades of multi-layered history. At present, the city enjoys the Parliamentary republic government.
With mind-blowing environment, the city is all set to greet you with plenty of attractions. Whether it is a weekend break or a long tour, Prague serves the best to visitors related to different parts of the world. If you are new in the city, then you should prefer to choose a walking tour. This helps know the city by your own. In fact, you can feel what the city wants to share with you. Take a walk on pedestrians, streets and lanes, get familiar with interior parts. Visit many places such as the Charles Bridge, the Prague Castle and the Old Town.
To add species in your holidays, you can experiment with trendy bars, chic restaurants, and cool pubs. Checkout luxurious hotels available in different parts of the city, you can also say in apartments, hostels and lodges according to your choice. The city is hosted by wonderful nightlife where you have lots of opportunities to live a life packed with entertainment, pleasure and rejoice.
Such a wonderful city appears to be built on a river, where the Vltava River flows across important segments in an area of around 31 km. The river creates beautiful island, inlets and meanders on the way. Visit Prague and get totally involved in the world of idyllic and calm adjoining.