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City and water: Prague Tomorrow, by boat

What does the Prague of tomorrow look like from the river? Join us on a boat cruise to explore the future of Prague's riverbanks, islands and bridges. For the second guided cruise of the summer, we'll go against the current and head south. On board, we'll learn why a new railway bridge is needed at Výtoň, why Vyšehrad station has been waiting so long for its reconstruction, and talk more about the transport terminal planned for Smíchov. We'll also explore how the Prague ferries work and hear about the long history of Podolí harbor and the new plans for its development, and we'll take a look at the current progress of the work on the bridge Dvorecký most. We will then see part of the reconstructed Barrandov Bridge from below and end our journey at the confluence of the Berounka and Vltava rivers, where we will learn about the new periurban park project. The meeting point is at Rašínovo nábřeží (Náplavka), under the bridge Palackého most.

The cruise will be musically accompanied by original compositions by the STRO.MY Ensemble (www.stro.my).

The meeting point is in Přístavišt Rašínovo nábřeží - under the Palacký bridge. Return there, approx. 20.00.


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