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Prague travel tips
1) Find the Golem creator’s grave in the Prague cemetery
According to legend, the Chief Rabbi of Prague Lev ben Bezalel managed to create the Golem — a creature without a soul, called to serve its creator. And although this is most likely just a myth, Rabbi Loew ben Bezalel did exist and was buried in the Old Jewish Cemetery in Prague in 1609.
2) Be impressed by the beauty of the Prague Sun monstrance stored in the Loreta treasury
Loreta is a complex of historical buildings in the Hradcany area, built in honour of the Virgin Mary. On the second floor of this complex, there is an exposition with liturgical and ritual objects. The main showpiece is the Prague Sun — a monstrance of the 17th century inlaid with 6222 diamonds.
3) If you’re tired of walking, take a scenic tram route 22 in Prague
You can enjoy the beautiful views of Prague from the window of tram 22, which runs along the typical tourist route — from Prague Castle to Nove Mesto.
Czechia COVID-19 travel restrictions
Latest COVID-19 restrictions
- Travel is allowed
- No proof of negative pre-departure COVID-19 test results required
- No quarantine required
Most travelers from Spain can enter Czech Republic, but there are restrictions.
Information is provided as guidance only and accurate at the time of publishing. Always check government websites and airline materials before booking and traveling.
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