Prague: A Little Bit of Heaven

I had to save the best for last! Here’s my thoughts on Prague!

If Paris and San Francisco had a baby, it would be Prague. My friend and I were in awe- especially after leaving a city like Berlin that didn’t really seem to cater much to wandering tourists. Prague was quite the opposite. Though it did sort of feel like some parts of the city were Disneyworld-esque with tourist traps and menus in 8 languages, it was well worth it. I can’t wait to go back, and I definitely didn’t want to leave.

Best Drinks: The Globe (hopping with expats and students); Souterrain (a cool underground local hangout); Meduza (great cappuccinos)

Best Food: Cafe Louvre (great for brunch; feels like a nice hotel with great prices); Mlejnice (good Czech food; may have to wait for a table); the constant fairs in Old Town have great classics like pretzels, sausages, etc.

Need to See: Prague Castle (buy a short visit ticket to get into the Old Royal Palace, Basilica San Giorgio, Golden Lane, and St. Vitus’s Cathedral); all of the synagogues; Charles Bridge; Astronomical Clock; Karlovy Lazne (biggest club in Central Europe); John Lennon Wall; Mucha Museum


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