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Virtual Tour of Astronomical Clock, Old Town Hall, Prague, Czech Republic
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Lynsey Rogers says:
"Prague is a beautiful City to visit. Extremely well organised for tourist activities (you can see the guide under the yellow umbrella) and they are great value for money. From Wenceslas Square you can take a guided tour of the city in all its Gothic splendour. The Astronomical clock is amazing, and you can actually climb to the top of it and look out over all the city, the views are incredible, but don't look down! St Vitus Cathedral MUST be on your list of attractions, an awe inspiring place, so huge and intricate, it takes your breath away. The stained glass windows are a sight to treasure long after you leave. In the evenings, you can go on a 'ghost walk tour' where your guide will regale you with ghostly tales as you walk through the dark cobbled streets, deliciously thrilling! There are bars to cater for all tastes in Prague, from a biker bar, to a cozy Irish pub there is truly something for everyone. The metro system is extremely easy to use if you are too tired of walking, and trust me you will do a LOT of walking so take comfy shoes and leave the stilleto's at home! The cobbled streets will present difficulties for travellers of limited mobility. A fabulous place to visit, heartily recommended."
 
Elton Adams says:
"The Astronomical Clock is just 1 of many historical sights to see in Prague. I would recommend the castle and the bridge as well ! Although you do get many stag parties there, it's really quite a magical place if you like cobbled old small streets and shops. The nightlife is good as well ;-). If you havent visited yet, start making plans !"
 
Elton Adams says:
"The Astronomical Clock is just 1 of many historical sights to see in Prague. I would reccomend the castle and the bridge as well ! Although you do get many stag parties there, it's really quite a magical place if you like cobbled old small streets and shops. The nightlife is good as well ;-). If you havent visisted yet, start making plans !"
 
barbara codarin says:
"What a magic city! If you walk through its streets you feel as you are in a sort of dream, because it seems that time is stopped! But while you are so enchanted...don't forget to taste their excellent fresh beer!"
 
Neil Woodward says:
"The best advice I can give is to avoid going at weekends, almost any time of the year... it's stag-do capital of the world. Go during the week when the crowds aren't so heavy and you can enjoy it's relatively laid-back feel. There's much to see in terms of both historical importance and cultural diversity. The main square brings back memories of Venice's St Marks Square, which is never a bad thing."
 
Sue Davies says:
"Look out for the horses with nappies and the amazing tea room. Wear flat shoes and don't be too disappointed with the clock."
 
Totir Alexandru says:
"I love how it looks. And I guess I'm not the only one; look at the crowds gathered in front of it :)"
 

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