Prague is considered as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. After simply one visit it’s easy to see why. The old world charm that effortlessly meshes with new age wonders, offers a very unique experience to any tourist visiting the city – be it for the first time or the tenth! Read on to know more about some of the best spots in the city of a thousand spires.
The walk up to Prague castle is almost as enjoyable as the view from the top of the castle towers. The city is made for walking, stopping and admiring. The evident beauty of the churches and buildings is enough to stop any man who is least interested in architecture in his tracks. Photography isn’t allowed inside the castle, which is a good thing as, for once, you can feast your eyes on the sculptures, the arches, the intricate stone work and carvings, and of course the view of the entire city from the top!
It’s the third oldest astronomical clock in the world and still in working condition! Hundreds of tourists gather around the clock every hour, with their cameras pointed and ready to enjoy the fascinating mechanical performance of the clock. At the end of every hour, figures on the sides of the clock become animated. You will see a skeleton ringing a bell, a Turk shaking his head, a miser with a purse full of money, a Vanity looking in the mirror and two windows that open to reveal twelve apostles greeting the city. This comical performance ends with a golden rooster crowing and a huge bell ringing at the top of the tower.
Prague is called one of the world’s most beautiful cities and for good reason. It must be on every travel buff’s wish list. And with websites like Travel Tours offering such packages, Prague is just one click away! I absolutely love to travel whenever I get a chance (which doesn’t seem to be very often these days) but I am already on to planning my next trip hopefully sometime soon!
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Ahhhh…Prague is a blissful place indeed!