I was secretly dreaming to live in this lovely city when I was fifteen years old after reading a novel telling a story in Prague. Little did I know I was finally here in the capital of Czech of Republic. It was hard not instantly falling in love with this city. It was love at the first sight on this mesmerising Old Town where you feel like stumble across the fairytale architecture. Not to mention some classic cars or horse carriages in front of Old Town Square. Here are my experiences and some snaps during the trip in Prague.
Head through the Old Town Square while you can rejoice some historical attractions from Prague castle, The Church of Our Lady Before Tyn and Astronomical Clock Tower. Climb up to the Town Hall to see the best panoramic view.
Another best view is from the top of Petrin Tower, Prague’s own little Eiffel Tower. Not far from there you can walk to St Vitus Cathedral and look up the magnificent Gothic masterpiece. To get there from Old Town Square, walk across the Charles Bridge which always buzzing with pedestrians, artists, musicians and street sellers.
View from the top of St Vitus Cathedral
What I love about Prague that you can stroll and admire the beauty of this unspoilt city. I also have a big crush on their cute classic trams. I recommend to stay in Ibis Hotel which located in the heart of town and just a few minutes away from Old Town Square. For food, try this famous pork knuckle which is very tasty and crispy. Do not leave the city without trying the Eastern European favourite dessert, Trdelník/ Chimney Cake which combines sugary doughnut and ice cream.