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Sofie Couwenbergh

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One of Prague’s must-see neighborhoods is Josefov, the old Jewish Quarter in the north of the Old Town. Mom and I had planned to simply wander around the area while we were in Prague, but when we spotted the first synagogue, we decided to buy a ticket that would allow us entrance to many of the monuments in the neighborhood and we spent about an hour or two immersing ourselves in Jewish history, culture and architecture.

http://wonderfulwanderings.com/josefov-prague-jewish-quarter/
One of Prague's must-see areas is Josefov, the old Jewish Quarter. With one ticket, you can visit several historical sites, like the Spanish Synagogue
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Sofie Couwenbergh

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While mom and I made sure we learned about Czech food by taking the Eating Prague food tour, we preferred to have somewhat lighter meals for lunch and dinner. As I didn’t want to take any risks, I did a Google search for “best restaurants in Prague” and made a selection that I included into our itinerary. Here’s where we went.
http://wonderfulwanderings.com/best-restaurants-in-prague/
I knew that Czech cuisine is rather greasy and heavy, so I decided to look for the best restaurants in Prague that serve light food. This is what I found.
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Sofie Couwenbergh

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I love trying out local cuisine whenever I travel and as I’d had such amazing experiences with them in Rome and London, I knew I had to take Eating Europe’s Prague food tour when I was there. Spoiler: it was great.
http://wonderfulwanderings.com/traditional-czech-food-prague-tour/
There are many Prague tours, but I chose the Eating Prague food tour to learn both about traditional Czech food, the best restaurants in Prague and the city
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