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“Prague Unlocked”: The Project to Boost Tourism Extended Until End of the Year

Thanks to Prague Unlocked campaign, almost 60,000 people visited the metropolis this summer, mainly from the Czech Republic, Germany, Austria, and Slovakia.

Prague City, in cooperation with Prague City Tourism, will extend the program until the end of December 2020.

According to Prague City Tourism, visitors had a large number of benefits and free admissions to galleries and museums.

“The capital supported the restart of tourism in the amount of CZK 120 million. I will be very happy if, thanks to the extension of the Prague Unlocked campaign (in Czech V Praze Jako Doma) , these funds are used to the last crown, help entrepreneurs in the field of tourism and at the same time make visitors in Prague happier,” says Hana Třeštíková, Prague Councillor for Culture and Tourism.

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More than 400 accommodation facilities participated in the program. Visitors can use free tickets to almost 80 tourist attractions, such as museums, galleries and monuments. During the summer, most of the tourists visited the Prague Zoo, Prague Castle and the Petrin Tower.

“Of course, we will not be able to cope with the situation before the crisis. However, I have to say that the feedback from visitors and some hotels, whose room occupancy rate increased by several tens of percent, motivates us to extend the program,” adds František Cipro, Chairman Of The Board at Prague City Tourism.

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The complete offer and information about the campaign is available online on www.vprazejakodoma.cz

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