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few tips on how to deal with the first couple of days in Prague.
Getting around in Prague is farily straightforward with an extensive network of public transportation as both metro, tram and bus is well conected to most areas of the city, a single ticket valid for 90 minutes will only cost around €1.2 to a 3 day pass (72 hours) for €12 euro. Another means of getting around is by walking as sidewalks is well planned into the city road network.
Prague is an amazing city when it comes to lunch, as lunch being the main meal, most resturants offer great discounts on weekdays. Expect anything from meals based around chicken to pork wihth starchy side dished such as potatoes, fries or dumplings. When it comes to tipping you're expected to pay at least 10%, in pubs it's customary to round up the bill or leave €1 to €2 euro.
Like most european cities, coffee shops can be find on any street corner and Prague is no differnt. In relative short time, Prague is now know for their high quality roasts and amazing baristas that will make working at a coffee shops a truly unique expereince, enven though it can be a bit expensive in the long run.