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Vysehrad, Prague, the city’s other castle hill with great views

The must-see tourist attractions in Prague generally filling a visitor’s first day are Staroměstské náměstí/Old Town Square, Karlův most/Charles Bridge, Pražský hrad/Prague Castle and St. Vitus Cathedral within the castle complex, in English officially named Metropolitan Cathedral of Saints Vitus, Wenceslaus and Adalbert. I won’t even bother with the Czech name for the cathedral. Prague Castle is an entire castle…

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Vyšehrad, Prague far from the madding crowd

Vyšehrad is a national cultural monument in Prague. The hilltop castle complex was originally from the 10th century with a vantage point over the Vltava River. The royal residence in Prague alternated between Prague Castle and Vysehrad for a couple of centuries. My stay last week at Park Inn Prague in Nové Město district placed…

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