Prague castle is a place that makes this city look like it was pulled straight form a fairytale page. This largest medieval castle was founded in 880 AD. The castle's operation time is from 6.00 am to 10 pm. Tickets are available for different tour circuits in the castle and the prices vary from 70 CZK to 350 CZK. I would always recommend to walk to the castle. You can take the picturesque, steep street of Nerudova, or you can take castle stairs. If you can climb up the romantic old castle steps you will be rewarded with the most stunning view of Prague city.
3. Prague Castle - According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Prague Castle is the largest ancient castle in the world. Officially, it is the home to the Czech President, but the place is also open for tourists. Prague castle has a lot to offer:Changing of the Guard Ceremony happens every noon in the first courtyard of the Prague Castle with a musical performance and a short parade. It’s highly recommended to secure a spot beforehand, else you might not get a clear view of the ceremony.
It is castle complex in Prague and was built in 9th century. As per the Guinness world book of records, this castle is the largest ancient castle in the world. This castle complex is absolutely gorgeous with its baroque style architecture.
The Prague castle is beyond beautiful and I leave you with a few pictures to soak in the magnificence. An audio guide or an actual guide is useful if you have some hours to spare.
Day 12 – Prague Local Sight Seeing and Off to IndiaThe early morning we spent our last moments in Europe at the Prague Castle and had some great views of the Prague Town after which we had a working lunch and straight away headed for airport and said adieu to the Amazing Europe