In recent years, Prague has become a popular travel destination. The city went through a rediscovery when students started visiting this budget-friendly city more often. Even with the boom in tourism, Prague remains budget-friendly and a great option for those looking to explore a unique European city. It’s home to one of the best-preserved historic city centers in Europe and ready to be photographed by visitors.
Prague Castle is a must-see spot. It is the official residence of Czech Republic’s president and one of the most visited tourist attractions. Within the castle walls, visitors can also see the St. Vitus Cathedral, St. George’s Basilica, the Powder Tower and the Old Royal Palace. It’s the largest castle complex in the world and can take a whole day for tourists to explore. One of the best ways to hit all the sites is to sign up for a walking tour; these usually include educated guides that explain the importance of sites.
Charles Bridge is 621 meters long and a magnificent sight to behold. It was built in 1357 and is the subject of superstition because the initial bridge laying began July 9 at 5:31 a.m., which equals to 135797531 and is believed to give the structure additional strength.
The National Museum is spread across a number of locations and houses millions of items covering mineralogy, zoology, anthropology and archaeology, as well as art and music. This can take travelers hours or even days to visit all the locations.
Beyond being a major hub in the global transportation network, Hartsfield-Jackson is also proud to be a major hub for exciting, high-quality retail options through our award-winning concessions program, ATL Skypointe.
If the first word you think of when considering Seattle is “rain,” you’re not to blame—there is plenty of rain in this most famous of Pacific Northwest cities. But there are plenty of other, more enjoyable, quintessentially Seattle experiences to be found in Washington’s largest city, and here are the top five you can pack into any visit, no matter how brief.
The Bwindi Field Tent is one of the most formidable tents for international travelers. Designed to provide safety for travelers and field researchers in remote locations, the tent provides comfort for up to three people at a time. When not used for sleeping, it can convert into a mosquito net to help cover your bed.
Once business concludes, a world of wonder awaits in many of Italy’s incredible cities.
Start your day in Groton, Massachusetts, just a short drive outside of Boston, with a late breakfast on Main Street at Salt & Light Cafe. The casual eatery provides loads of light breakfast and lunch options, with lots of gluten-free and health-conscious menu items. A wide array of coffees and teas are available, complemented by the café’s house-made flavor shots. Pastry items and desserts are also a can’t-miss add-on to your meal.