Prague is the capital and largest city in the Czech Republic and the 14th largest city in the European Union. It lies slightly north of the centre of Bohemia on the Vltava River, but as an independent region it is not part of it. It is the seat of a large part of state institutions and the President of the Republic.
London is the capital of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, located in the south-east of the island on the River Thames….
Leipzig (German: Leipzig) is a city in the north-west of Saxony, Germany. It has about 593,000 inhabitants, making Leipzig the largest city in Saxony and the tenth largest city in Germany. Leipzig's public transport is provided by trams, buses, trains and, in the past, trolleybuses.
Dresden (czech: Drážďany) is the capital of Saxony and the second largest city in Saxony. Other important cities, such as Chemnitz, Leipzig and Berlin, are close to Dresden. Prague is 150km south, Wrocław is 230km east.
Line number 1 of the Karlovy Vary city bus service connects the city centre with the fisherman's quarters, Dvory and Tašovice. Its final stop is located only in the independent village of Jenišov. It is provided exclusively by standard low-floor buses.
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is an island state adjacent to the west of continental Europe. It covers the entire island…
The tram line Prague Integrated Transport (PID) number 5 can be encountered in the capital for practically 114 years. It hasn’t been canceled in that…