Prague is I would say one of the most enchanting places I have ever visited. If not, I would say it is the most enchanting place I have seen. You can enjoy Prague in a day’s visit and feel that you have been in a fairy tale.
One must visit the castle up the hill. For the fit and jolly, it could be climbed easily with a path that would not get you lost. Nonetheless, a ride could be taken up the hill. Inside the castle, you will be more amused. Its great history will remind you how magical and lovely the place is. This is 9th century foundation of power and progress.
Cross the Charles bridge in Prague and admire its cobblestone. This also leads to the old town hall where you could view the astrological clock. Another place to go too is the replica of the Eiffel tower, the Petrin view Tower.
Last but not the least, do visit the new town where Wenceslao square is found. You could find non-tourist people here and feel the vibe of being local. Eat at local restaurants at a cheaper price, shop for whatever you need and the exchange rate is probably cheaper here. Be careful with your things, money and valuable as usual.
Looking across the sea of domes, seiprs and red roofs towards the graceful towers of the St. Vitus cathedral, I think I’ve just fallen hopelessly in love with . In the short time since the Velvet Revolution and the fall of Communism, Prague has become one of the premiere destinations in Europe. What stands out most here is the , so diverse, so beautiful, and so concentrated in one place that you can easily be overwhelmed. But unlike other top cities in Europe, Prague doesn’t strike you as shrewd, calculating, or out to get your money, food and are still cheap and at good value. There is still certain innocence, something that does much to relieve the occasional annoyance. Of course Prague is overrun with tourists, who like you are eager to explore its charms. But there are ways to beat the crowds or avoid them altogether, and there are still many places off the beaten paths awaiting discovery.