Are you doing research on great places to travel? Or having a hard time making a decision about what place you should visit? Worry no more, because we have an amazing suggestion for you in Prague!
An amazing town with some of the best beer in Europe as well as rich in history. So go ahead and experience the culture and visit the traditional Czech evenings, pub crawls, beer tasting, and medieval knights.
Keep in mind when booking near holidays like Christmas and Easter as well as the summer months are the country’s busiest time of the year.
Your experience in Prague is not complete without a stop at the Old Town Square’s astronomical clock.
It displays the time and moves like no other clock in the world does. Ticking since 1410, it’s the third-oldest astronomical clock in the world and the oldest one still working.
The clock’s meticulous “Walk of the Apostles” occurs every hour among other figures–notably a figure of death.
Get your camera and make sure you get there in time for the great performance of this world wonder.
For over thousands of years, these castles have served as seats for kings, presidents, and Czech emperors.
The downtown area definitely has that old world charm.
Considered the biggest ancient castle in the world (Guinness Book of Records), the Prague Castle is 130 meters wide and 570 meters long.
Nighttime at Prague Castle
It’s an intricate structure that houses churches, gardens, the royal residence, and the Bohemian Crown Jewels.
The Old Town Square
A shopper/vendor’s paradise during the Christmas festival!
Located in the heart of Prague, the Old Town Square will captivate you.
Don’t leave out St.Nicholas Church, St. Vitus Cathedral, Pisek Gate, Lennon Wall, and Wenceslas Square.
The Old Town Square and the beautiful and colorful baroque style buildings below.
WWII was fairly kind to the city as it suffered considerably less damage than most other European cities allowing Prague to stay true to form and offering a plethora of architectural collections from Romanesque, to Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Neo-Renaissance, Neo-Gothic, Art Nouveau, Cubist, Neo-Classical and ultra-modern.