So far the idea has met with a mixed response from the inhabitants of the Czech capital.
An online survey by the newspaper Tyden found that 46 per cent approved while 46 per cent thought the idea was "absolute nonsense". The idea of love carriages comes as part of a broader plan to get more people using the public transport network in a city where narrow and twisting roads make driving and parking vexing, if not impossible, tasks.
Gone are the days that women have to sit patiently and wait on their boyfriend to drop to one knee.
In this ever-evolving world of women flaunting their #Girl Power, female proposals are becoming much more common in our culture — and by no means is it a faux pas to take the reigns yourself.
That's why we were SO excited to see that travel blogger Sonja Lishchynki, who created Montecristo Travels, planned the most epic proposal for her longtime boyfriend Stefan Dumas.
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