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Prague might be best known for its bridges and castles, but this ancient city also has many modern wonders to offer it’s visitors. Here are six very unique things you can do, see and try in Prague if you need a break from the traditional sights.
In a country where a bottle of beer is cheaper than bottled water, it makes sense you should have a chance to bathe in beer if you want. Beer spas are very popular in Prague and offer just what you would imagine: a number of treatments using beer as the main potion. The most popular option in beer spas is the beer bath, where you can soak inside a large oak tub full of beer. Even better, most beer spas have a beer tap right next to the tub so you can drink as much as you want while you’re soaking.
Czech sculptor David Černý is famous for his unusual and sometimes downright weird sculptures which include a hanging s tatue of St. Wenceslaus riding an upside down horse and the famous peeing statues outside the Kafka museum. Černý’s most famous work, however, consists of a few giant crawling babies. On the sides of the Žižkov TV Tower, 10of the faceless babies are permanently mounted, with three others sitting in a park near Museum Kampa.