Prague

Prague is a very authentic city – it has the old world charm. It truly is a romantic city. Unlike the rest of Europe, Prague is not insanely expensive. Hotels are affordable, food is not expensive and beer is cheap. Excellent architecture, beautiful people, good food, great inexpensive beer, a lot of tourist attractions within walking distance, clean air, low crime rates – make for a great city to visit.

Itinerary

Day 1 (Stare Mesto and Mala Strana)

  • Dancing House
  • National Theatre
  • Charles Bridge – MUST SEE
  • Prague Castle
  • Saint Vitus’ Cathedral – MUST SEE (excellent stained glass windows)
  • Mala Strana
  • Petr√≠n Lookout Tower

Day 2 (Stare Mesto, HoleŇ°ovice, Josefov)

  • Prague Metronome – you’ll have excellent views of the Vltava river and the bridges (including the Charles Bridge)
  • Synagouges
  • Tyn Church (during the day)
  • The Prague Astronomical Clock – Climb up the Astronomical clock tower for excellent views of Tyn Church and the city
  • Tyn Church (during the night) – Tyn Church during the night is a must-see

Day 3 (Vysehrad)(We-sheah-raat)

  • Vysehrad Castle – Walk the Vysehrad Castle area – it is beautiful with statues and stuff in the adjoining park
  • Basilica of St Peter and St Paul
  • Charles Bridge and the Josefov area after dark – Prague is beautiful after dark. Take time to walk the city after sundown.

To Do for next time

  • Day trip to Cesky Krumlov

Prague

Pictures taken with a garden-variety Canon point-and-shoot

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