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The choice of souvenirs in the Czech capital is really huge, and the prices are low for Europe.

So you can buy gifts for everyone.



Czech Republic is famous especially beer. Of course, the best beer - brewed in the restaurant with its own brewery. But we have to carry bottles. If you forget to buy it in the city, it can always be done in the "duty free".
Absinthe is probably the second most popular. After all, in the Czech Republic it was a ban on the use of this drink and it is the first time began to drink, burning.
Also note the national drinks: Becherovka, mead and plum brandy. These liqueurs are sold in souvenir packages in small bottles.


Czech manufacturer of puppets masterengaged in the XVIII century, in many families it is the art goes from generation to generation. Initially, they were used in the theater, then were sold as souvenirs. At the market and in stores you can find a variety of dolls: football players, famous characters, animals, Baba Yaga.


Czech Republic is famous for ornaments from a pomegranate, but they are quite expensive. There is also a relatively inexpensive beads and earrings made of glass.


On the central streets can be foundmuseums, shops selling cakes, decorated with colored icing. The price of a small souvenir stick is 25 kroner (about 45 rubles). Also on sale is the gingerbread houses of incredible beauty.


Bohemian glass.
It is the pride of the Czech Republic, in the many stores you can find any dishes, as well as colored glass figurines.


Pictures with views of Prague.
You can find both printed images of different sizes, as well as original works with images of Charles Bridge, Old Town Square and other excellent views of the city.


Souvenirs - Czech Republic Symbols: Baba Yaga, a soldier Svejk, bat cartoon, as well as miniatures of famous architectural buildings: the Cathedral of St. Vitus, Town Hall.

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