Prague embankment will be pedestrian
On Saturdays, starting from mid-May and until the end of June, the embankment sour cream one of the most beautiful Prague embankments will turn into a pedestrian zone. This decision was taken by the city’s authorities. On Saturday Days on the embankment will completely stop the movement of the vehicle, and tram movement will limit. Thus, the atmosphere here will become more relaxed and tourists will be able to hurry in the center of the city and admire the view of the main attractions of Prague – Hill Petrshin and Prague Castle.
The embankment sour cream is adjacent to Karlov Bridge and is one of the most beloved tourist places. City authorities plan to make it even more attractive to rest not only by the ban on the movement of cars. V "Pedestrian" Days of the embankment will be the platform for festivals, concerts and other events.
And those tourists who found themselves in Prague in late March – early April will also be what to see. On the famous Prague Squares – Wenceslas and Starlayer traditionally passes the Easter Fair. Here you can buy souvenirs, try home Czech cuisine and watch entertainment programs and artists, listen concerts.
Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, it is good at any time of the year. You can come here on your own, and with the excursion group, but it is best to walk around the city with an individual guide, which will show all the sights of Prague, will tell about their stories and tell me how to make beautiful photos that will remind about the time spent in this amazing city.