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There's a cool store with only books by or related to Kafka, if you're interested in him at all. It's somewhere near the Old Town Square. Most people speak English as well as Czech in Praga. As long as you learn please and thank you, you'll be fine (thank you isn't pronounced as it's spelled, by the way, so ask someone how to say it before attempting it or you may be really off).
Had a great time in Praga, lots of sights to see and cheap food to eat - great!!
Can't say anything bad about Praga, except perhaps for the behaviour of certain segments of its tourist population. Make sure you experience Zizkov's nightlife, pay a visit to a bar called the Blind Eye.
I had the most wonderful experience with Free Praga tour during my June visit. The tourist guide was one of the best tour guides I've ever had. The tour he led in three-and-a-half hours covered so much that I don't think a regular tourist guide can even match it. He is definitely a history buff. What I was most impressed was the stories he told and the enthusiasm he demonstrated doing his job. The public artwork he took us to see was great (I love the Venus and the shoe and the man who sat on the belly of an cow hanged upside down from the ceiling).
Praga. What a beauty! Don't miss the caricaturists on the Charles Bridge, St Agnes Gallery, the Jewish Museum/cemetry, a free concert in Old Town Square, then off to U Fleku for home made beer. Warning, don't leave the bench before paying, retribution is swift and painful.
What a city! Praga is so beautiful that I didn't want to leave! Enjoy the not sleeping night-life and the magic atmosphere all over the castle and the Jewish ghetto.


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