Tired of the usual muggy hot summer weather? Exhausted of going to the same summer destinations and live the exact unaltered experience every year? Why don’t you try something new? Leave the packed beaches behind and give a shot to the cultural sites of Europe, each one of them is worth it!
For example, in the heart of the continent in the middle of the mountains hides the breathtaking and dynamic city of Prague, Czech Republic, heir of a deep and fascinating history many don’t know about.
Take a peek in this travel guide that will surely make you want to leave for this place immediately!
First of all, let’s talk about why you should take in consideration this city as your next holiday vacation. Well, it’s cheaper compared to others and it is filled with stuff to do for everyone, no matter the age. In fact, it brims with cultural institutions like the National Theater, the National Museum, the stunning National Library and the ancient monuments for the art enthusiasts, but at the same time though it has an interesting night life, film buffs can easily appreciate Czech cinema, attend various festivals as well as visit some of the places in which famous Hollywood films were shot. If you didn’t know, Prague has also been used as a location for Hollywood films like Mission Impossible, Blade II and also the setting for the 2000 movie Dungeons and Dragons.
Furthermore the weather in Prague adds to the whole city an idyllic and fairy tale like atmosphere. The Winter season is as exciting as anytime of the year since it’s full of things to do all year round and Prague’s heat in Summer is not a problem with the air-conditioning systems provided in most places. So those who love to chill out will also find tourist facilities that comforts and entertains visitors.
Anyways the first pit stop for any visitor has to be Charles Bridge, arching over the Vltava River in the city’s Lesser District it’s the most beautiful heritage left by Czech King and Roman Emperor Karel IV.
To find out more about this city’s historic and cultural pride, take time to explore this Prague travel guide. You’ll definitely want to experience its wonders and find out more about its culture, but don’t forget the food! Don’t you dare leave Prague without trying its delicious Goulash!