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    I haven't lived there in a long time but there's tons to see. The architecture is truly unique, diverse array of sites. Recco the castle, old town square, Jewish cemetery, great classical music etc. over 6 years ago

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    I think Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. The architecture is magnificent and it's easy to get around the bulk of the city center on foot. It's also by far one of the most affordable European capitals. That said, I could never shake the feeling I was about to get ripped off. The cabs are not regulated and are notorious for cheating passengers (I arranged a ride to the airport with a private company). Count your money carefully when getting change. It takes a day or two to get used to the Czech currency and you might not catch incorrect change. Also, be mindful of pickpockets. They're a real problem in Prague. Most of the people I encountered were very nice, and the city is definitely worth visiting. But the rule about knowing your surroundings absolutely applies there. over 6 years ago

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    I agree Prague is beautiful and full of history. I was on a tour so can't comment on independent travel, but it's certainly interesting. We bought only icecreams and a few cheap meals but didn't feel ripped off.

    Pickpockets are a problem in any big city so you always need to be aware. over 6 years ago

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    We were there for 4 days and hired a local guide, which was reasonable and safe. We saw all the main sights as well as places off the beaten path with someone who knew Prague very well. over 6 years ago

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