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Choose another boat. The advertised length of the cruise was false. The boat arrived 15 minutes after the advertised time. The boat broke down. We perhaps got a cruise of 45 minutes plus the 25 minutes tied up to a jetty. There was no explanation,...More
This is the main river which runs through the City. It sets the boundaries of the town and you can clearly see the development outward and beyond away from the river. It runs right through the historical core of Prague.
I took a boat ride...More
While in Prague ( Praha), one must make it a point to spend an evening along Vatava River side. Very lively and exciting atmosphere, with people enjoying their drinks sitting on River sides. So many Fixed Boat Restaurants, Drink /Snack Kiosks along River side.
The river, separating the two parts of Prague provides numerous photo-ops from both banks.
The river is tranquil and slow-flowing most of the year but is also known to flood the city on rare occasions, too.
The river has seen it all, wars, uprisings, fire, executions. Unperturbed by humanity and its escapades she flows, stately and calm, on her way to eternal fusion with sister Elbe and finally the North Sea.
Vltava river will always have a special place in my heart. Having studied music many many years ago - Smetana’s Ma Vlast was a piece that was always so evocative & my absolute favourite. So seeing the river in real life was an absolute treat....More
You can visit the concentration camps.
See the list of all those who died in the holocaust.
See the clock where the twelve apostles come out.
You can take a walk on the lake and while they explain the history of Prague you can drink...More