but also Prague Airport sees more traffic than Warsaw - that is a fact.
Warsaw - 11.1 million at Okęcie, 2.5 million at Modlin
Prague - 12 million at Ruzyně
Do try harder if you're going to criticise Warsaw.
Prague is more of an international hub than Warsaw, both for travellers and foreign investors.
Being a tourist destination is meaningless - in fact, it's one of the problems Prague has. Warsaw is the undisputed financial services capital of the CEE countries, and Prague is going nowhere. Take away the tourists, and the city would have major problems.
Also lets not forget that the Czechoslovakian economy was TOP 10 industrialized in the world before al the **** hit the storm so...
According to communist statistics, which were later proven to be mostly nonsense.
Wrt to restaunnts in Warsaw, I would say nothing special.
Depends if you're spending 30PLN or 300PLN.
One Italian girl told me that in Prague they are dressed so much better
I find that very, very hard to believe. Czechs dress like Germans, for a start.
I'm curious as to what your agenda is. Prague doesn't convincingly beat Warsaw in any area except in how the city actually looks, and even then, large parts of Prague are pretty horrific once you get away from the centre.
More to the point, Prague is stagnating (like the rest of CZ) badly. Slovakia isn't far away from overtaking them, which shows just badly the Czech Republic has done over the last 23 years.
there is Karlsbad and its well known international Film Festival
Wrocław will host the European Film Awards this year, and the New Horizons film festival is very well known. The Czech Republic has nothing comparable to the Forum Muzyki in Wrocław as well.