Prague is just an incredible city in which you fall in love at first sight. Here ancient and modern monuments of architecture are combined with extraordinary comfort and large-scale buildings. And even a simple walk around the city can turn into a fascinating excursion.
Prague Castle (Pražský hrad)
The largest fortress of the Czech Republic and a great place for those who want to feel the spirit of medieval Prague: in the square in front of the fortress there is the Palace of the Archbishop built in the 16th century, as well as the palaces of Sternberg and Schwarzenberg-Lobkowitz.
Old Town Square (Staroměstské náměstí)
Amazingly beautiful chimes on the Old Town Tower should be admired by every guest of the capital. Every hour the clock on the tower “comes to life”, and then you can see a mini-performance when the symbolic figures on the clock start moving in a musical act.
Dancing house (Tančící dům)
The Dancing House is one of the “fresh” landmarks of Prague (1996), a building unique in its design and architecture in the spirit of deconstructionism. The house consists of two cylindrical towers: straight and curved, which symbolize the legendary Broadway dance duet Ginger Roberts and Fred Astaire.
Charles Bridge (Karlův most)
Charles Bridge is a favorite place for Prague guests. Walk along the bridge, admire its medieval bridge towers and sculptures (there are 30 of them). Here you can order a portrait of a free artist and listen to street musicians.
In general, Prague is a river city, therefore traditional dishes from river fish are baked carp with garlic and horseradish, as well as baked trout (“Peceny pstruh” – liver pstrug).
Pecena kachna – duck baked with apples, oranges or sauerkraut. Served on the table with dumplings and other side dishes.
Fried cheese “Hermelin” with white mold. It is rolled in breadcrumbs and seasonings, fried, and then served with fresh vegetables, cranberries or french fries.
“Тrdlo” is a curl-shaped bun that does not have a filling. Instead of filling there is a powder of powdered sugar, nuts and cinnamon. This is a popular “street food”, which you can eat in Prague.
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