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Trip Report Trip Report Eurotrip - Poland, Czech, Hungary, Croatia and Turkey (Part 2)

I had posted the first part of the journey here at : http://www.fodors.com/community/europe/eurotrip-poland-czech-hungary-croatia-and-turkey.cfm

After Poland, we had proceeded to Prague - one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

The old town is simply amazing - you can see ancient architecture and just revel in the atmosphere of the city center. The Prague Palace is worth a visit as well.

In addition, the city also provides you with great options to party. For the tourists - I would definitely recommend the pub crawl.

You can read the detailed report at : http://wanderer-abhijit.blogspot.in/2013/12/eurotrip-chapter-2-czech-republic-prague.html

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