What to see in Prague
From the tall spires of Prague’s cathedrals to its bustling city squares, just wandering the back streets of this city will lend itself to finding your own little slice of Czech Republic culture and hospitality. With some of the best beers in Europe made right here in the Czech Republic, you won’t go wrong ordering steins of the regional brews of Budvar or Pilsner – both brewed south of the city and are fresher than anything you’d find back home!
If you are wondering how you will fit everything into your schedule in Prague – don’t worry. Their public transport is one of the best in Europe, featuring a combination of underground metro lines, trolley cars and buses – all impeccably timed and mapped out extensively to help tourists navigate the system. At the low, low price of around five Euros for a three day, reusable ticket there is no better way to mingle with the locals and get around town in record speed.
If you’re a bit of a history buff, Prague is the perfect place to catch up on a bit of history-related education, with the ability to be right in the thick of where it all happened. Museums are numerous and tours of castles help visitors get in behind the scenes of the former rulers of this country. The Jewish Cemetery is also a stark reminder of the history of this place and is well worth a look for any visitor who finds themselves in the history Jewish Quarter.
Overall, Prague is a perfect location for any tourist or traveler looking to take in something new, as well as for those who want an introduction to more central and eastern Europe. With fantastic connections to outside of the city as well, it’s simple to catch a train or a bus to a number of other cities across the country.