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Learn the ins and outs of traveling to Prague from an expert - Erica Stewart.

The insider's guide for women traveling to this amazing city!

Brimming with insider knowledge, helpful tips, and recommendations to off-the-beaten path attractions, this travel guide helps you discern the good from the bad and the worthy from the overrated. From sightseeing to shopping, clubbing and, of course, feasting like a true local, let the author guide you through the overwhelming maze of options this magical city has to offer.

Are you a female adventurer? Then hop on board and travel with us as focus on answering your most ardent questions; we'll calm your fears and highlight all you must know before you go, as well as provide you with all the sources you'll need before and during your unforgettable vacation.

Prague, the city where beer is cheaper than water, is one of the hottest and most charming tourist attractions in Europe. The Czech capital is currently enjoying a microbrewery boom which has brought together all sorts of flavors and tastes. All that beer certainly sounds good, but great beer is just the tip of the iceberg. Prague is also full of breathtaking architecture and historical buildings and is an ideal destination for anyone interested in exploring Europe at its beautiful best.

Prague has been built on nine hills that are located along the Vltava River, and is home to all sorts of churches, parks, and gardens. Apart from offering rich architectural beauties and historic attractions, Prague is also full of glitzy fashion stores, street style stars, exotic nightclubs, trendy bars, and gleaming software company offices. The kind of glamour on display makes it easy to forget that Prague is a relatively new entrant to Europe, after being forced to stay within the shadows of the Iron Curtain for many years.

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