Prague, a Central European city, where everywhere you look is postcard perfect. Over the years, multiple people told me I had to visit Prague. To say I was eager to see what all the hype was about is an understatement.
The Airbnb we stayed at was near the Charles Bridge, restaurants, shops, and bars. Due to the fact we only had two days in Prague, each day was relatively full. If you are short on time, this is a short list of must-sees.
Prague is a very walkable city. We only used Uber to get to/from the airport but there is also a tram which can take you to various parts of the city. The exchange rate is 1usd=22.6 CZK Koruna. The average meal is $7-10 USD. Gratuity is normally included in the cost of the meal. Most people speak English which makes it very easy to navigate the city. The Czech Republic is known for its beer so there is no shortage of places to grab a drink.
Trdelnik –ice cream served in a grilled rolled cone with a variety of toppings such as cinnamon, sugar, chocolate, stewed apples, etc.
Mulled wine- perfect on a cold winter day and costs about $2-3USD
Goulash- traditional Czech meat stew available at most restaurants.
Clock Tower & Old Town Square
St. Vitus Cathedral
*Crazy Daisy Cocktail bar is a chic lounge located in Wencelas Sqaure. The menu is filled with creative and tasty cocktails.