Praha, a city that doesn't require a map or a brochure to sell itself! That's what I felt when I started looking up for places to tour this golden city. Thanks to the beautiful spectacles and all of the beautiful towers, spires, and churches this city stands true to the name 'The Golden City'. My trip to this capital city was out of my curio childhood wish of visiting Czechoslovakia, however now known as the Czech Republic. And with the list of things this city had to offer, how could I not make a stop here.
Some things you would definitely do!
Making my way to Prague Castle on arrival is how I started my trip in this city. Located in Hradcany (the Castle district), Prague Castle is without a doubt the city's most popular visitor charm and it is easy to see why.
The breath-taking castle has customarily been the seat of Czech rulers and is today the official residence of the president. Entry to the grounds of the castle is free although I booked my tickets with a combined visit to the St Vitus cathedral, Basillica of St.George and Golden Lane.