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The Vltava river, fondly known as the Czech national river, runs through the centre of Prague and acts as a defining feature of the city. Simply walking along its banks and enjoying the beauty of its placid waters can be a joy in itself. Just taking the tram to one of the river-side stations then walking back into Prague along the river can be a wonderful way to experience the city. If you take the tram to Podolske Vodarna, to the south of Prague, then you can stroll back to the city via the Vyšehrad to explore a number of famous sites at once. Alternatively, a visit to the Prague Zoo provides you with the opportunity to see the river leading north out of the city. Top Tip: If you want to see the city and the river from the comfort of a cosy cabin, consider taking a riverboat cruise. There are a variety of options here including one-hour sightseeing tours, jazz boats, and dine and cruise tours. Photo Credits: Dimitry Anikin on Unsplash
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  • Legion Bridge, most Legií, 110 00 Praha 1, Czechia
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