The Czech Republic is a country with a wealth of natural beauty. On this itinerary, you’ll fall in love with the most beautiful cities and get the great outdoors of the Czechs’ past. By the end of your trip, you’ll desire to surely come back. Prague is one of the favorite cities in entire Europe. With all of its cultural sites and the iconic cathedral overlooking the city, it comes to mind when people talk about Prague. Do not forget to check out the best Europe tour packages before making any travel booking for the Czech Republic tours.
The Czech Republic is blessed with museums, culture, colors, and traditions. This itinerary would lead you in planning and organizing the days and times to have a perfect trip accordingly. Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic which can easily consume your day 1.
Cozy Beer Gardens
Old Royal Palace
National Gallery and Picture Gallery
Dominating the hillside that overlooks Prague, the humongous Prague Castle is a must to see because it’s the world’s ancient castle. It attracts hordes of travelers, regularly. Here, you would also be finding Prague's palaces, churches, museums and more. Although the castle is lovely and has become a favorite attraction in Saint Vitus Cathedral which is also known as the heart of Prague. On the way out of the castle, the next destination would be Golden Lane. This is a scenic alleyway which is used to house goldsmiths’ workshops. You can see recreated workshops to work and live.
Other recommended destinations for Day 1 are:
U Szwejka (a great restaurant)
The Lookout Tower (resembles the appearance of the Eiffel Tower)
John Lennon Wall
St. Nicholas Church
Covering all such destinations in Day 1 is easy enough and you would also realize how interestingly your Day 1 has passed?
The best thing to visit and get views is the Charles Bridge. In the haze of the early morning, the bridge was absolutely stunning. While walking over the cobblestones, all the idols and statues look downward at you in such a manner that you will find yourself returning back to the bridge. However, the bridges span the Vltava River from where you have to lead towards Old Town Square. It consists of impressive buildings such as:
Old Town Bell Tower
The Terrace At Prince
With so much history, Prague has an array of museums.
Czech Museum of Fine Arts
Museum of Communism
Prague Beer Garden
Apart from this, one of the most important places in Prague is the Prague Astronomical Clock, which dates back to medieval times. Flanking towards the clock’s face indicates the 4 entities of Vanity, Death, Greed, and Lust. These 4 components are called evil’s representation from Europe. It is expected that this clock is only made here.
The Old Jewish Cemetery is a new part of the country where you will be coming across to the past of Prague’s Jewish community. Visiting here is remarkable because here, the gravestones are together and tightly squeezed via which, the dead remains, are not allowed to move.
The Statue of Franz Kafka
The Dancing House
Zizkov TV Tower
The glistening Soviet-era building
David Cerny’s Amazing Statues
The perfect way to visit the country while reflecting on all the stunning sights that would generate a lifetime of lasting memories.
The time has come to say a pleasurable and peaceful farewell to the Czech Republic. Definitely, the country will fulfill you with a pool of memories and long-term lasting captured moments. Checkout from the hotel and best Europe tour packages before heading towards the airport.
The country is not so expensive that you won't be able to afford it. Instead, everything would sound easy to match the size of your pocket.
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