Prague belongs to the cities where you have to return again and again for its incredible beauty and magic of its 14th century monuments, such as Charles Bridge, Charles University, charming Vltava River which reflects the mysterious town, or ancient Prague Castle. However, the countryside of the city is also stunning with its little Eiffel Tower- the Petrin Lookout Tower and the Mirror Maze which makes you laugh.
The admirable Charles Bridge in Prague
Strolling across Charles Bridge is like strolling through the historical heart of the city. It stays the place of trade and entertainment which makes it even more appealing and there is no wonder that the bridge is crowded. When you want to feel more relaxed, visit it at dawn or dusk when the atmosphere is even more impressive.
Majestic Prague Castle
The Prague Castle is the vast hilltop complex that enables its visitors the awesome view of the city. Visitors can enjoy the Gothic Cathedral of St. Vit, the medieval Old Royal Palace, or many art galleries and museums. One can spend the whole day and get impressed by the symbol of national pride and statehood. Time your visit to the changing of the guards and be enchanted by picturesque Golden Lane and explore interior of the Convent of St. Jiri.
Charming Mala Strana in Prague
Mala Strana is located below the Prague Castle and the best depiction is a peaceful, hilly, cobbled street. As it is situated on the west bank of the Vltava River you do not have to worry about the crowds of tourist as you can enjoy the ancient street where the born house of Jan Neruda (well-known Czech 19th century author who drew his experience from his birthplace) is situated.