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Can you recommend any particular events or places which are worth visiting in Prague in the range of 20 March - 7 April for family trip?

What are the great sites to see available options, book tickets etc?

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closed as not a real question by mindcorrosive, Mark Mayo Mar 13 '13 at 7:21

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Welcome to travel.SE. Please review the FAQ for more information about asking good questions on this site. I think that your question is too much pointed towards you, but if you remove the date constraint it could become an acceptable question. – travelot Mar 12 '13 at 16:14
As per the other comment, please see the faq. We try to steer clear of questions that poll, ask for recommendations, and don't mention any specifics. Sorry. :/ Happy to reopen if you edit your question and make it more in line with the faq. – Mark Mayo Mar 13 '13 at 7:22
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There's an official Prague portal Prague Welcome. Both have a nice event calendar, so you should be able to pick something you like. There's definitely a lot to do. Prague's major sites are also listed on Prague Welcome. I also found another website Prague Experience that seems to have a nice calendar full of events. Since you'll be in Prague for Easter, I'd definitely check out Easter markets on Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square that are listed on Prague Experience. I hope you enjoy your stay!

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