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With one week in Prague, we hit the ground running trying to see and experience as much
as we could in the Golden City. We had high expectations and Prague's beauty and charm
managed to exceed all of them. It's a city we thoroughly enjoyed and wanted to share
with you.
Now here's a look at 35 things you can do in Prague:
Prague Castle is the largest ancient castle in the world and it is home to several palaces,
as well as a cathedral, a basilica, and gardens.
You can also visit neighborhood of Novy Svet, which is right behind the castle.
We're here now in Novy Svet. It is a cool little neighborhood right behind the castle.
I must say, this is one of my favorite places so far. It is so quiet and peaceful and I
love the cobblestone road.
Here we are at the Kafka Museum. Now, Franz Kafka was a German language writer who was
born here in Prague. This museum is dedicated to him and his work and you'll find some of
his letters, diary entries and photographs inside.
And in the courtyard you'll notice a rather strange sculpture entitled "The Piss".
Stroll along the John Lennon Wall and you'll encounter portraits of Lennon and Yoko Ono.
The graffiti is always evolving, so you never know what you'll find.
Right now we are visiting Prague's TV Tower and the strangest thing about this structure
is that there are babies crawling up and down. Have a look.
Up next we have a big plate of Goulash. Now, Goulash is actually Hungarian but the Czech
Republic does have its own variety. What differs between the two is that the Hungarian is usually
served with meat, noodles and vegetables and the one from the Czech Republic only has meat.
Let's dig in.
It smells amazing. The meat is really soft and tender and the sauce is so thick and savory.
It is perfect on a cool day.
If you find yourself in Prague on a Saturday, head over to this market where you'll be able
to pick up some pastries and organic products. It's a great place for a leisurely brunch.
We're here at a local market on a Saturday morning and I've picked up myself a Balkan
burger. I'll take a big bite of this. That is really good. It is a bit early in the day
to be having burgers but this is amazing.
Prague's Old Town is a place you can't miss. The elegant buildings in varying pastels are
a place that you'll want to photograph.
One thing you absolutely have to do when you're in Prague is visit the Old Town city square.
If you come early in the morning there is hardly anyone.
Saint Vitus is a Gothic cathedral located within the walls of Prague Castle. Inside
you'll be able to admire beautiful stained glass windows designed in the art nouveau
If you keep going north from the Old Town Square you'll find yourself in the Jewish
Quarter. Right now we're just visiting some of the local synagogues.
Inside the KGB Museum you'll find old propaganda as well as some unusual pieces like a copy
of Lenin's death mask.
The Golden Lane gets its name because legend has it that Emperor Rudolph was a fan of alchemy.
He had alchemists working tirelessly to find a way to turn metal into gold, and to find
the secret to eternal life.
Charles Bridge is one of the most popular landmarks in the city. If you walk across
during the day, you'll find musicians, artists, and vendors selling souvenirs.
Prague's museum of Communism takes a look at the post--World War II Communist regime.
Expect to see lots of posters heavy on propaganda.
When in Prague you can check out the Astronomical Clock. It goes off every hour and it is right
in the heart of the Old Town.
You can't come to Prague and not sample the street food. One particularly popular item
is the Trdlenik. You can order it with icing sugar, or if you're feeling adventurous, ask
for nutella on the inside.
Now one of the things I love the most about travel is the unexpected surprises. We didn't
have this particular activity on our schedule but here we are out feeding swans.
For really great views of the city you can consider taking the funicular up the hill.
But I think we're going to be doing it on foot because there is a really long line right
Petrin Tower stands 63 meters high on a hill overlooking Prague. It slightly resembles
the Eiffel Tower in Paris, and it's a fairly easy climb to the top.
We just finished visiting the Maze of Mirrors, which is kind of a cool activity. It is more
geared towards children but it is still a fun thing to do.
Vyšehrad is a historical fort located in the city of Prague. Here you'll find the ruins
of Prague's other castle, as well as a cemetery that's the resting place for many of Prague's
artists and great thinkers.
For a leisurely afternoon, hop on a river cruise and enjoy a scenic journey down the
Vltava River.
In my hand here I've got myself a Pilsner beer and this is like a Czech institution.
It is known for its golden color and high level of foam and a nice light taste. Okay,
take a drink already. The best thing about it is that it is cheaper than water and cola.
Chug. Chug. Chug. And you know I'll be having more than one.
After all that sightseeing around the city, you'll likely want some time to relax. The
Jeleni Prikop Park located right behind Prague Castle is a great place for a picnic or a
little nap on the grass.
Also one cool little fact. Even though the National Museum is currently closed you can
still attend musical performances in the evening. It is worth checking out. You can see if you're
interested in any of the concerts and that way you can get a peek of what is inside.
The Dancing House is a building which stands out from the rest, done in the deconstructionist
Here I've got Absinthe in my hand. It is an Anise flavored spirit and it is extremely
popular here in Prague. You can see it all over in all kinds of different stores. I'm
going to give it a try. This is my first time to taste it. I'm just going to give it a little
bit of a go. Woah, wow! It is very strong but it has a licorice like flavor and I have
to say I quite enjoy it.
This afternoon we're doing something that I'm very excited about. There is an activity
here in Prague called Mind Maze. Basically, we're going be locked in the Alchemist's room
for an hour and we have to go through clues and try to figure out a way out. It should
be an interesting activity.
That really took a lot of teamwork and thinking together and trying to agree on trying to
find a solution to solve this puzzle. It was really complicated. We actually we're able
to get out of the chamber within 60 minutes and we had to keep buzzing for clues but it
was a lot of fun and I would highly recommend it if you're here in Prague.
If you tire of walking, Segways are a fun way to get around the cobbled streets.
Another cool thing you can do is visit the Miniature Museum where you can see microscopic
The Mucha Museum pays homage to Alphonse Mucha, and it's a must visit if you enjoy art nouveau.
The tram is an easy and inexpensive way to get around the city, plus if offers more of
a local experience.
If you want to explore the city in a more luxurious way we've seen people taking luxury
car tours.
Right now we're standing outside the National Museum. Now unfortunately this place is closed
until 2016 because it is undergoing renovations; however, the collection itself is spread across
ten museums here in Prague so you can still visit those.
It's a bit of steep walk to reach the monastery, but the long climb offers great views of the
city below. Also, the library inside the monastery is certainly worth a peek!
And that sums up our visit to Prague! Our 1 week in the city left us charmed and it's
a place that we'd be happy to revisit again.
What are some of your favorite things to do in the city? Please let us know in the comment
section below.
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