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Prague is a popular tourist destination, and is considered by many to rival Paris in terms of beauty. With its many areas, each with its own charm and atmosphere, Prague is a charming city which offers visitors a wide range of cultural and social activities. The city is a true cultural treasure trove, bursting with fascinating museums, galleries, theatres, and music venues. With a long history extending back over 1,000 years, Prague has been the seat of kings and is now the seat of the Czech President.  The city became an important university centre, inspiring some of the world’s greatest writes and composers, including Kafka, Mozart and Antonín Dvořák. Prague is inherently linked with excellent operas, concerts, theatre and ballet performances. Alongside all this culture, Prague is rumoured to have some of the best beer in Europe. 

In June 2004, the Czech Republic joined the European Union. Due to its geographic location in central Europe, the city is easily accessible from anywhere in the world.


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Spring is great in Prague: The weather is mild, and the summer tourists have yet to arrive. Weather-wise, you can expect temperatures to rest anywhere from the mid 40s to the mid 60s. However, although the days are growing longer and warmer, don't underestimate the power of wind chill; cooler breezes can make it feel as though it's in the 30s. Make sure to pack layers.