Dogs and pets are welcome in Prague! Some owners prefer to have their dogs on a leash, in a travel box, and some of the bigger dogs are muzzled. Dogs can walk on the sidewalks, go inside restaurants, and dogs even ride on the metro and trams. If you walk into a restaurant with a dog, your server will usually bring a bowl of water for your dog. In the parks, you will notice 4 different signs for dogs either posted on a sign or painted on the paths: one sign is a dog on a leash, and the other is a dog without a leash; red or green signs means 'permitted' or 'do not'. The best sign in the parks is the green sign showing a dog with no leash, which means dogs may run wild!
Walking around in Prague is awesome. You can easily walk from New Town Square to the Astronomical Clock in Old Town Square, and over the Charles Bridge to St. Nick's Church in Lesser Town Square, through the Royal Gardens and Prague Castle in under an hour without stopping. There are also hundreds of pubs and restaurants to stop for a drink, great food, and a rest (keep a couple 10Kc crown coins in your pocket for the typical cost of using any public toilet).
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