Prague is the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic and is located on the Vltava River. The city is especially known for its beautiful and impressive buildings, which represent all styles. Prague is full of entertainment, good food and sights.
Metro and tram are cheap in Prague and make it easy to discover more interesting districts. Tickets are bought in vending machines at the metro station (NOTE! The vending machines only accept coins!) But you can also buy tickets in kiosks and then pay by card.
Go Sport Travel can offer you a wide range of travel to sporting events in Prague. Prague has two big football clubs that usually participate in European Cup games, Sparta Prague and Slavia Prague.
Prague also has the huge Velký Strahovský Stadium, which is the world's second largest arena after Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The audience capacity is 220,000 seated spectators. The arena contains nine full-size football pitches. The Stadium, however, is no longer used for sporting events, but the football team Sparta Prague trains here. The arena is mainly used today for music events.
In the O2 Arena, the city's two hockey teams play, HC Slavia Prague and HC Sparta Prague. Both teams play in the highest division in the Czech Republic, Extraliga. O2 Arena also hosted the 2004 Ice Hockey World Cup.
Prague Castle, one of the worlds largest medieval castles. Here you can admire the great Veit Cathedral and see the castle where the Thirty Years War began.
Staromestské námesti square is the heart of medieval Prague. We recommend a visit to the Jewish cemetery, St. George's Monastery and the town hall with its astronomical clock.
One of GO Sport Travel's tips and one of our most booked attractions in Prague is the dinner cruise on the Vltava. A 3-hour boat ride along the river starting from the Cechuv Bridge in the Old Town. A buffet of both Czech and international dishes is served on board. You can also choose to go on a shorter 1-hour sightseeing tour without a meal.
Czech cuisine often involves a lot of meat, rich stews and deep-fried. Here you will find typical dishes such as dumpling, baked pork, various schnitzels, sauerkraut, and sweet pastries. A hot tip if you want to try the domestic cuisine is a visit to Restaurant Pepr a Sul about 5 km from the center. Good and well-cooked food and also good with vegetarian and vegan options.
Czech beer is famous all over the world. Staropramen, Pilsner Urquell and Gambrinus are some of the good beers you will find here. Some well-known pubs and beer bars that are worth a visit are, for example, U Zlatého, U Kalicha and U Fleku. The latter is the city's largest beer cottage, where beer has been brewed since 1499.
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