Time Out Prague Guide


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Time Out Prague Guide


Time Out Prague Guide

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language: en

Publisher: Time Out Guides

Release Date: 1997

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The second edition of the Time Out Prague Guide has been extensively rewritten to reflect the hectic pace of the fast-changing Czech capital. Resident experts provide an overview of the city's culture and places to visit.

Time Out Prague


Time Out Prague

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language: en

Publisher: Time Out Guides

Release Date: 2002

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Described as Europe's most beautiful and enigmatic city, Prague is based at the geographic heart of the Continent. THE TIME OUT GUIDE TO PRAGUE keeps up with the hectic pace of this constantly changing city and provides a comprehensive and authoritative source. The TIME OUT microscope checks out everything from the most exquisite resturants to the local hidden bars, from the State Opera to body piercing studios. It also gives details of the best Czech castles and the stunning surrounding countryside.

Time Out Prague


Time Out Prague

Author: Time Out

language: en

Publisher: Time Out

Release Date: 2006

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TRAVEL & HOLIDAY GUIDES. As Prague settles into the European Union club, its rebirth as a vibrant Western-style city continues to blossom, with the traces of East bloc communism increasingly hard to uncover. But the City of 100 Spires is also returning to its roots as a decadent, jubilant place that made the word bohemia into a common noun. The smoky jazz clubs, rowdy, cruisy bars and stunning symphony halls have been restored to the spirit and role they once served. And it's fast making up for lost time with local designers and artists creating confrontational work at dozens of galleries while the frisson of the Cold War remains in Soviet-era meat shops and chilling monuments.