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Grand architecture, the beautiful Charles Bridge, the Voltava River (day and night cruises possible), the towers with stunning views of the city, music is everywhere - from street musicians and groups, to classical and other concerts, plays, museums, Bethlehem Chapel (on the site where Jan Hus preached), other magnificent church structures and Jewish temples, restaurants, the 'Lover's gate' where you can put a lock with the names of you and your spouse or significant other and throw away the key, the Lennon wall (John, not Lenin). Prague has been called 'the poor man's Paris', though I suspect it's not so cheap for the poor anymore, but certainly for middle-class, it's a great romantic getaway.
The city is beautiful by day and by night, it's is vibrant, full of interesting cobbled streets and tall gothic, Venusian, Art Deco buildings, there is all ways a constant atraction that count your eye that lex you to another interning place
Stood on Charles Bridge looking out towards Prague Castle at night wrapped around the one you love....... Honestly the most amazing feeling. Absolutely gorgeous city!!!!!
Easy to walk around in and get lost in the cobblestone streets. It feels safe. Many places to stop for a coffee or something to drink.
Definitely much more romantic feeling than other overrated cities in Europe, Paris... NOT AT ALL! Prague, YES!
Visit Charles Bridge during the sunset and visit the Old town square...........were great for couple.
Walk in the old town in the evening shows that the romantic atmosphere can't disappear.
Such beautiful places for relatively cheap prices makes it perfect for young couples
A walk on Charle's Bridge, wandering in squares drinking hot wine...
Charles Bridge!!! And the wonderful art in the galleries.