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How to Get Married in Prague
by Brainonska511 in Weddings
Maybe you fell in love with Prague during the opening scene of "Amadeus," or maybe you lost your heart to the beautiful city during a visit. In any case, you want to get married in the lovely capital of the Czech Republic, and you don't want to hire a wedding consultant to take care of all the paperwork. Here is how to make this romantic destination wedding possible.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions
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How to Live In Prague
by lewing in Travel
Prague, a historic and vibrant city in the Czech Republic, attracts many creative Americans, students and expatriates. The city is an enticing mix of the old and the new, of Czech traditions and world-class entertainment and art. There are several sources that can help you adjust to and enjoy your time in Prague. Read on to learn how to live in Prague.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Soci
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Nightclubs In Prague
by mckasty in Travel
Prague is the capitol of the Czech Republic. This Eastern European city is known for its lively nightlife, where the party continues past 5 a.m. on any given night of the week. Clubbers of all kinds will rejoice over the variety of venues that Prague has to offer, from live music venues to mega dance clubs, sensual lounges to cocktails on a city-view rooftop terrace. Lavka Bar & ClubLavka Bar &

How to Travel From Prague to Vienna
by riahc3 in Travel
Although Prague, the largest city and the capital of the Czech Republic, is a spellbinding city to visit and explore itself, you may want to drive away from the picturesque lakes and castles to Vienna to experience a blast from the past in its museums, coffee shops and famous classical music. There are various modes of transport to get from Prague to Vienna, each offering its own interesting featu

How to Time Your Trip to Prague
by Gipsy.D in Travel
Prague's architecture is so well-preserved and stunning that the downtown core feels like an open-air museum. When the filmmakers of "Amadeus" wanted to recreate Mozart's world, they simply set up shop in Prague.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Travel Clothes
Foreign Language Phrase Books
Local Guidebooks To The Czech Republic
Maps
Airline Tickets To The
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Visa Required for Prague
by Matt Croydon in Travel
Most travelers to Prague and the Czech Republic do not need a visa; a valid passport is sufficient for most nationalities. However, if you plan to stay longer than 90 days---or if you are hoping to work or study in Prague---plan ahead, because getting a visa can take awhile. Entry RequirementsAmericans do not need a visa if they plan to visit the Czech Republic for less than 90 days. However, a

How to Send Money From Prague to the USA
by nickthecook in Personal Finance
When transferring funds from Prague to the U.S., look for the lowest conversion rate. Exchange offices (kancelary) and currency kiosks multiply throughout the city, making it difficult to know who to trust. The safest way to transfer money is through a personal bank account. If that is not feasible, a few other options--like wiring or online banking-- make transferring money quick and relatively s

Gay Bars and Clubs in Prague
by Carbito in Travel
Prague, the bustling capital of Czech Republic, is rich in history, attractions and nightlife. The city is literally located in Bohemia, and has a friendly attitude toward the gay community and alternative lifestyles. Whether you prefer a vibrant, party-all-night club scene or a quiet pub atmosphere, Prague has something for everyone. TermixTermix is a gay and lesbian bar and club in the leafy
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How to Travel Between Budapest & Prague
by AndyD2k in Travel
As just 345 miles separate these capital cities, it's not surprising that you would want to visit both Budapest, Hungary, and Prague, Czech Republic, on your trip to Eastern Europe. No matter where you plan to begin your journey, be it Budapest or Prague, you can employ a number of methods to travel between the two cities, including taking a train, plane, boat or bus. If money is not an issue, you

Should I Visit Prague or Vienna?
by Sivavt in Travel
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