Spend your afternoon walking around the Prague castle The Prague Castle is one of the landmarks in Prague’s history and architecture. The entry is free. Once you reach the Prague station, take tram no. 22 to reach stop Prazsky Hrad (Prague Castle) it costs 1.5- 2 Euros per person.
Following our little adventure around the square, we decided to take the bus and go see the Prague castle. Prague Castle or Pražský hrad is the most popular attraction for Prague and why not? As you reach the castle and gaze around you see an amalgamation of modern and ancient building lining up the city center. The placement of the castle is exceptionally strategical as it makes one look down at Prague, allowing the castle to hold the unsaid symbolic value of authority with which it was built and currently asserts as the president of Czech Republic resides there. Even as you move inside the castle you cannot try and not take multiple pauses to Czech's most noted cultural and inspirational treasures.
In the late afternoon after a lunch at a local restaurant, we visited the Prague Castle. According to the Guinness Book of Records, Prague Castle is the largest ancient castle in the world. It is among the most visited tourist attractions in Prague and also acts as an office for the President of Czech Republic.
Prague CastleWoke up bumping into a Pakistani guy I met last night in the pub crawl who patiently explained me the easiest way to reach the Prague Castle from our hostel.
The historic Prague Castle is beyond any ordinary castle. It is the largest ancient castle as per the Guinness Book Of World Records. This 9th century castle complex has been home to some of the most powerful empires in Czech including Bohemians, Holy Romans, Czechoslovakian kings.Today it is the home to the President of Czech Republic and one of the most tourist savvy spots in the city.Czech DinnerWhen in Czech, eat like the Czechs! Roasted Duck, chicken and fish along with some local wine is just the perfect Czech meal to blend in with the Czech food flavors!We dined at UPavouka, a cool medieval theme-based restaurant with excellent food, unlimited servings of wine/Pilsners and lots of entertainment to keep you hooked (we’re talking sword fighting, belly dancing and a lot more magic!) DAY 2Letna Park