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Our trip starts by renting a car at Paris Orly Airport from 110 euros a week. From there we go to our hotel and plan a couple of days in the city of love to know its neighborhoods and most attractive corners. For example, we can start in the famous district of Montmartre that is located near the river Seine. Many of the most important artists of the nineteenth century lived and worked in some of its buildings, giving this neighborhood that characteristic stamp that makes it so attractive. Few places in the world are so related to bohemian artists than Montmartre. This is because important feagures like Van Gogh, Satie or Picasso walked its streets. This picturesque neighborhood has become a place of "pilgrimage" for many students of art who, coming from every corner of the planet, come for inspiration.
We follow this trip by visiting The Eiffel Tower, a treated iron structure more than 350 metres high. Each year some 6 million visitors line up to go up this spectacular building, which, despite its more than 120 years, remains the most visited monument in the world. One of the healthiest ways to visit this building is going upstairs, as it will save you the long lines waiting to catch an elevator. When you reach the top you will see an overwhelming panoramic view of Paris.
We take the A4 motorway on our way to Germany from Paris to Strasbourg, once there we can go by the E531 motorway to Hausach, where you can enjoy the Black Forest, a spectacular forest in Germany. The trip will take us just over 5 hours, but it is worth doing it by car to enjoy the way. Once we have visited La Selva Negra we can continue our journey to Prague, in the Czech Republic. From Hausach, we take the motorway 81 and encircle the city of Stuttgart on the way to Heilbronn, where we take the exit 9 in the direction of Kreuz and join the motorway 6. By Highway 6 we arrive in the Czech Republic and continue on the E50 direct to Prague.
Prague is the city of bridges, a melancholic city in which the modernity of a European city blends with the romantic nostalgia of past time. Times in which this city was the jewel of an economic empire that dominated much of Europe, in which the so-called Kingdom of Bohemia spread throughout the Czech Republic. The architectural legacy of Prague transports us to the middle of the twentieth century, reveals the great majesty it had and reminds us of how ephemeral the glory of people can be.
One of the great advantages of visiting Prague is that it is almost crossed by the mighty river Vltava, which gives it a special charm and a great way to see the city from another perspective. Most of the bridges of the city are of great beauty because of their antiquity and the surrounding landscape, the most visited being the Charles Bridge. Prague is a place where you can spend unforgettable days walking along its beautiful streets and squares.