Prague sightseeing in the capital of Czech Republic
We were in Prague during a flood in 2013. On the one hand, sightseeing of this beautiful city was limited for us (eg we could not go through the whole Charles Bridge), but on the other hand, we were pleased that we one of the few tourists :). Prague sightseeing was awesome during that time.
The best place to stay in Prague is Comfortable Prague Apartments, with separate bedroom, living room, toilet, bathroom and fully equipped kitchen.
The Czech capital is beautiful, but for us, the people who lived a few years in Cracow, it was not impressive. In our opinion, both cities are very similar, have the same, beautiful houses, charming narrow streets and unique old climate.
Definitely the most beautiful place of Prague is the Old Town with the statue of Jan Hus, the church of St. Nicholas and the Astronomical Clock.
Another great attraction is Prague Castle, considered the largest building like that in the world.
We were charmed by the famous ‘ Golden Lane‘- we felt like we moved to fairytale world :).
If you are thrill lover, you should go to the Museum of Torture, located at the entrance to the Charles Bridge. The museum is huge and has a really impressive collection of various machines, designed only to causing pain. It’s terrible, but at the same time it is the historical place. All instruments were once used on other people …
In the evening, we recommend you to take a cruise on the Vltava River. Prague is beautiful at night and it’s wonderful to admire it from the ship :).
Well, at the end we have an information for those who like having fun! In the Czech Republic weed is not illegal … You can smoke it and even buy a vodka with marijuana :). We tried it and we must admit that it gives you a kick!
You may also buy some medicines with leaves of cannabis– it’s really great. Relieves pain, accelerates wound healing and relieves swelling.
Disclosure: We want to thank Comfortable Prague Apartments for complimentary stay. All opinions presented in this post are honest and our own.