Prague isn’t a city you can put into words or pictures. Every building has detail, every sculpture, something unique, so you don’t see the city as individual, beautiful pieces, but as a completely whole and breathtaking scene.
Prague had some of the kindest people and best food I’ve ever had. We stayed at the Dahlia Inn and it was one of the loveliest places I have ever stayed – perfect location, perfect accommodation, and perfectly priced.
Sarah and I did a three hour Castle tour, which helped us both learn a lot about the history of the city, and learn our way around the city in general.
Otherwise, we mostly walked around the city and ate our weight in food.
Not only is Prague beautiful, it’s very easy to get around the city and it is very affordable.
We spent the majority of our time simply walking around, talking to people, eating, and enjoying ourselves. Walking around Paris Street, the most expensive street in Prague, was certainly fun, as was walking around the Clock Tower in the Old Town Square.
You don’t need a plan to see Prague – simply follow the floods of people to find the sights, ask locals for recommendations, and enjoy the elegant charm and beauty the city is famous for.