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What souvenirs to buy in Prague

Souvenirs Holiday, Prague, Czechs Republic, Bohemia Crystal store

Many tourists prefer to return before the holiday to spend their time buying souvenirs that remind them of the place visited.

Those who admire the beauty of Prague have more interesting options available. Whether you have the lavish budget or limited, the fact is that worth to buy traditional objects Prague to remember the time spent in this city.

Charles Bridge is one of the most romantic and beautiful places in Prague. Every day, artists and craftsmen enables you to purchase quality items. You can buy paintings of different sizes, made by local artists. The works depict the most representative areas of the city: Prague Castle, the Vltava River, Charles Bridge with its famous statues. Also from Charles Bridge area craftsmen can buy brooches, jewels handmade, dolls and wooden sculptures.

Rubies and crystals Bohemia

Czechs are famous for rubies of Bohemia, some garnet colored gemstones. Prague is full of shops where you can buy jewelry equipped with these special jewels: rings, earrings, necklaces etc.

While walking the streets of Prague will notice also the shops that will lure you with Bohemia crystals. You can buy from here glasses made of this type of crystal, which is said can last many years, but a series of porcelain objects.

A session involves a shopping excursion in Old Town Square area stores. There are many doll enthusiasts who choose to visit Prague just his puppet theaters. If you're one of them, we recommend Nerudova Street shops where you'll find many doll patterns, at prices to suit all budgets.

Edible souvenirs

It is not a secret that Czechs are famous for the many types of alcohol. One of the products that will definitely remember Becherova Prague is a weak drink, made from herbs, which is said to be tasty and also healthy.

We must not forget either traditional Czech drink, slibovita. Slibovita is an alcoholic beverage distilled from plums, which they say resembles the taste of Romanian brandy. An overview of Czech beverages would not be complete without Staropramen, a beer that is manufactured in downtown Prague. Other brands of beer will bring you recall that you were in Prague Pilsner Urquell and Budvar.

Prague is famous for its cuisine. Although the Romanian market there is many kinds of famous ham, try the original recipe, cooked in smoky old town locations.
In the Czech capital find some malls supermarkets.