2-day detour in Prague Czech Republic
Prague is best discovered on foot, metro and trams. Take the subway to PotrefenaHusa in Platernska. Locals keep you updated on the interesting facts about Czech culture.
The traditional soup kulajda made of sour cream, potatoes, quail egg and mushrooms is a must eat apart from scampi and beef gravy. The must try old spring beer Staropramen hits the right spot. The cheese delicacy of tvarohový koláček is a must sample available only in selective bakeries.
The Municipal House is a classic architecture of Prague Art Nouveau. The orchestra in Smetana Hall is a must do. The Municipal House’s has two restaurants and is a must dine spot.
Charles Bridge across Vltava River is the connecting route between Prague Castle and MalaStrana i.e. lesser town and the Old Town. St Nicholas Church in Gothic style is a must do. Stone Bridge is replete with local musicians and artistes. The bridge showcases 30 statues including saints like Francis Assisi, St Anthony, Madonna and the Lamentation of the Christ.
The Pissing Fountain outside Kafka Museum has two male sculptures representing Czech cities Prague and Brno. The square of the Knights of the Cross is a must do. The nightlife of Prague is rocking and buzzing with nightclubs, watering holes and pubs. Prague has Central Europe’s largest disco Karlovy Lazne which is a 15th century bathhouse with five floors playing different music genres. Sasazu is the most elite disco and Asian fusion restro bar and is buzzing over the weekend.
Prague is replete with vivid cityscapes and the Old Town Square is a must visit listed as UNESCO site. Wenceslas Square and the Orloj Astronomical Clock are the ultimate must-do landmarks. The Old Town is replete with baroque townhouses and cathedrals with must do stops by the metro on cobbled street stretches. The ancient Prague Castle is the most accessible by tram from the Old Town. The Castle District has vast structures such as the St Vitus Cathedral, Romanesque Basilica, Lobkowicz Palace, National Gallery and the Royal Gardens. Tram number 22 takes you through every scenic site of the city.
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