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Charles Bridge

The 13th-century Charles Bridge (Karlův most) lined with half a kilometre of Baroque statues ranks among the most popular tourist attractions in the city. Strolling this charming bridge with impressive vistas over Prague Castle and the Vltava River is everybody’s favourite activity. Unfortunately Charles Bridge is a victim of its own popularity - most of the time it is packed with tourists and Czechs alike, especially during the spring and summer months.

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St. Vitus Cathedral

A narrow passage leads to the third courtyard of the castle, and a sudden view of the immense and awe-inspiring facade of St. Vitus Cathedral looming up just a few steps away. The cathedral can be entered through the cathedral's western door. The spires of St. Vitus Cathedral, an elegant but domineering French Gothic structure, soar above the ramparts.

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