3 Days in Prague

3 Days in Prague

Prague is a destination that always seems to be in vogue. It’s a city I have always dreamt of visiting and it is my first European stop (apart from London) on my 6 month backpacking tour.

Prague is a gorgeous, well-preserved medieval city coupled with a rich history, expansive parks, buzzing nightlife (a lot of stag do’s), and a hint of romance. I spent my first day here just walking the beautiful city and exploring Prague Castle.

The castle, which lords over the city, consists of multiple sections: St. Vitus Cathedral, the Old Royal Palace, The Story of Prague Castle, St. George’s Basilica, Golden Lane with Daliborka Tower, the Powder Tower, and Rosenberg Palace. You can buy a ticket to any or all of these sights from the box office. The most famous structure is St. Vitus Cathedral — this is the large building you see when you look up at the castle from outside the city walls.

Old Town Square, Prague, Czech Republic



The old town is full of all the cliché stuff I had hoped it would be; cobblestone streets, quaint medieval houses, incredible charm and I have spent a full 3 days wandering about, reading books in the open parks and drinking in beer gardens… heaven!

Prague is a stunning city. I particularly loved the Charles Bridge, its full of portrait painters, stalls selling the usual touristy knick-knacks, buskers etc.  I feel like I’ve had a smile plastered across my face the whole time as I meander its winding streets and markets (there are many wooden dolls / puppets).  A place I must return to one day.





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