1. A more local place, the view point is beautiful as you see the whole of Prague and the surrounding water-body. Make sure to go during sunset. A great picnic spot as well, you can just lay listening to the church bells and enjoy the breeze.
Castle built on top of the hill just above the Vltava river gives the stunning view of the city and bridges on the river.Apart from this, there is a huge park, ruins from ancient Prague, a Neo-Gothic church and Cemetery. This was indeed the best place to relax and rejuvenate.As I did not have much time in my hand, I decided to move out quickly after a small stroll in this place.
VyšehradThe Vyšehrad is a historical fort by the hill on the side of the Vlatva River. It was probably built in the 10th century with a hint of Romanesque, Baroque and Gothic architecture styles. The Basilica of St Peter and St Paul and the Vyšehrad Cemetry are also a part of its premises. The Vyšehrad Cemetry has been a burial ground for some of the most famous Czech people.A walk by the riverside at Vyšehrad at the sunset time is one of the most recommended things on your Prague-To Do-List!