Czech capital has much to offer travelers abroad
San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/30/2013 -- Prague, the capital of Czechoslovakia, is a city of vibrant nightlife and historical architecture, which has also become one of the more tourist-hot destinations for Scottish holidaymakers.
The British were first attracted to the city in vast numbers due to the growth of the low fare airlines offering affordable transit to the city, accompanied by inexpensive accommodations. However, the city has so much more to offer than an affordable stag weekend.
There are over 4 million visitors to the city each year, and it stands as the sixth-most visited in all of Europe. It's citizens are able to enjoy a high standard of living, while the 1.3 million residents enjoy the Vltava River in their own backyards.
The city enjoys the capability to show off its wonderful historical districts, thanks to the damage sustained in World War Two being less than that of sister cities. It holds marvelous 1800s architecture, which garnered it the nickname of 'City of 100 Spires', which is still appropriate to this day.
The streets of Prague's New Town are found at Wenceslas Square, where one can see the status of the sainted King Wenceslas. There is also the Czech Republic's National Museum, National Theater, and Mucha Museum in the same district.
Visitors can also enjoy a stroll to the Castle and Prague's Old Town, named in 1992 as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. One can also visit the St. Vitus cathedral or the Gothic and Baroque churches, synagogues, and civil buildings which line the streets.
Prague's nightlife is famed across central and Eastern Europe, with pubs, bars, discos, and clubs abound. But the city also holds plenty for those who wish to have a more quite night out at quality restaurants or pubs.
The city is served by the Vaclav Havel Airport, and is one of the busiest in Central and Eastern Europe. It is a hub for national airlines as well as Smart Wings and Wizz Air, who operate multiple destinations throughout the continent.
Kubar (http://www.kubar.cz/) provides information on the hottest bar/lounge in the country. Learn how stylish and entertaining the Czech nightlife can truly be by visiting Kubar.cz.
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