By Andrew Hickey, UK & Ireland editor and staff writerPrague – As Europe’s largest city, Prague is the most popular tourist destination in the world, with tourists spending more than €4.5bn (£4.3bn) in the Czech capital last year.
Yet the city’s history is a rich source of pride for its citizens, who celebrate their Czech roots with the famous Czech national holiday.
The Czech Republic is a country of more than a million people and its capital Prague is a UNESCO world heritage site.
The city has also enjoyed an almost mythical status for its rich history and the city is the birthplace of the Czech Republic’s founding father, the late Vaclav Havel.
The capital’s most popular attractions include Prague Castle, where the Czech flag is flown, and the iconic Pravo Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Prague’s capital is one of the most well-known tourist destinations in Europe, but many of its attractions are also well-kept secrets.
Visitors have been given the opportunity to visit Prague Castle by visiting Prague Castle Tours, which is operated by the National Parks Authority.
However, this is an unofficial guidebook and is not endorsed by the authorities.
Instead, visitors can also take a guided tour through Prague Castle and learn about its history.
There are also more than 30 national parks across the country and visitors can see and discover some of the country’s best natural sites, such as the Czecho-Slovak National Park, the Luchnik National Park and the Kranji-Bryansk National Park.
There is also a number of national parks within the city, including the Park of the World, which offers guided tours of the Grand National Palace and the Grand Palace Museum.
In the capital, tourists can take in a spectacular view of the Old Town from the top of the Palace.
This is one location that has been given a special designation by UNESCO, which has been recognised by the government for its conservation of its cultural heritage and is recognised as one of Europe’s top five heritage sites.
The Palaces of Europe, a national heritage site in the northern city of Krno, are one of these sites, although it is unclear if tourists will be able to visit from the city.
In fact, the Palaces are often closed due to the high number of visitors to the city during the annual Prague Day celebrations.
The park is open to visitors of all ages, but the Palace is not open to the public.
Visiting the Palace will cost about £1,400.
It is located in the Old City of Prague, and is also home to the National Museum of the Culture of the Holy Roman Empire.
In a separate area of the park, the National Palace Museum offers a variety of cultural artefacts and works of art.
The Palace is also the site of the famous “Palaces of the Ancient World” exhibit.
The show features artefacts from around the world including some of Prague’s most famous castles.
While the Palases of Europe is not technically a UNESCO site, it is recognised by UNESCO as a heritage site, with a dedicated status for the city as a symbol of the city and its history as well as for its outstanding cultural treasures.