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Shraddha Kapoor goes on a tour to Europe

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Shraddha Kapoor goes on a tour of Europe

After celebrating her birthday at home, Shraddha Kapoor flew off to Europe on a trip with her friends. Their first stop was Berlin and then they went on to Prague. And she has been sharing their pictures on her social media

By the Lennon Wall

Cruising through Europe

Berlin Wall

About Germany

Shraddha Kapoor goes on a tour of Europe The Cologne Cathedral. Photo: Getty Images

Deep forests, fairy-tale castles, picture perfect town, a rich history and culture makes Germany one of the most attractive countries in the world. Visit Berlin, a trip to Cologne is incomplete without taking in the thriving art scene, Hohenzollern Bridge, famous for its love padlocks and the Cologne Cathedral. Do not leave without a trip to Munich or Dresden.

About Prague

Shraddha Kapoor goes on a tour of Europe Prague. Photo: Getty Images

Prague beckons you to explore its maze of cobbled lanes and hidden courtyards if you are someone who likes to wander aimlessly.  Prague is known as a 'City of Hundred Spires'. The Old Town Hall houses the famous Astronomical clock. The winding lanes of the Jewish Quarter will look familiar if you are a Kafka Fan. Every nook and corner in Prague has its own unique charm and you have to be there to enjoy it. 

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