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Similarly, couples can also opt for the Clementinum Mirror Chapel, Martinic Palace or Mamaison Suite Hotel Pachtuv Palace among others for their dream wedding.
Similarly, the Church of St. Giles, the Basilica of Sts. Peter and Paul and the Jerusalem Synagogue are excellent locations for your dream destination wedding.
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Prague’s Botanical Garden, VRBTA Garden and Villa Richter are some other beautiful locations that one can explore to host their wedding.
Known for its charming sights and scenic locations, Prague is the perfect backdrop for quirky pre-bridal photoshoots with the bridesmaids.
The ladies can also head out to one of the many clubs in the city that offer special services for the bride-to-be.
Being the beer capital of the world, Prague thus serves as the perfect opportunity for pre-wedding pub crawls and bachelor parties.
The city is filled with age-old pubs many of which are more than a hundred years old adding charm to the entire experience.
The Prague Castle (the largest ancient castle in the world) is the official residence of the Czech Republic's President and is also one of the city's most visited tourist attractions.
The castle was built around 970 AD as a walled fortress, but has, over the years, changed dramatically and contains examples of most of the leading architectural styles of the last millennium.
The castle also includes a number of Prague's most popular tourist sites, including the Golden Lane, St. Vitus Cathedral, the Powder Tower, St. George's Basilica, and the Old Royal Palace.
The Charles Bridge is one of the most recognizable old bridges in the European continent with 32 unique points of interest.
The 520 mts. long bridge, built in 1357, has been at the centre of several controversies and superstitions including the laying of its first stone on July 9th at exactly 5:31 am making a combination of numbers 135797531.
Stop by the medieval astronomical clock on the side of Old Town City Hall. The hourly spectacle, referred to as the 'Walk of the Apostles' features some figures moving around, a rooster call and a dancing skeleton.
Prague’s Old Town (Staré Město) and Lesser Town (Malá Strana) often steal the Prague tourist show.
A great place to go, after dark, is Wenceslas Square. It is the entertainment and nightlife centre of Prague, and the main shopping and commercial district begins here.
Alternatively, head over to Karlova Street in the Old Town for some good old souvenir shopping.