There are many restaurants in the small square, open-air type, regardless of day or night, sitting under a big umbrella stand, watching the people coming and going on the square, fully experience the humanistic feelings of Europe. It is also a unique experience.
It feels that Europe is small, so just a piece of flat land can be called a square. If you don’t follow the navigation of your mobile phone, you don’t know that you are in a small square. There are coffee shops with parasols nearby.
There is a fountain with iron bars in the middle of the square, like a bird cage. However, the entire square is not very popular, and there are similar style houses around it, nothing special. Compared to the old town square not far away, it's too far away.
I saw the inside of the church with a little knowledge, then went out and walked to the left. It is a small square where you can see the panoramic view of the church. The church is 60 meters long and 12 meters wide. It stands tall in the distance, with its spire touching the sky. St. Vitus is one of the three major Gothic churches in the world. The towering spires, pointed vaults and cornices and reliefs are the three major features of the Gothic church appearance. Because it has been built for a long time, it also combines Baroque, literature and art. Revival and other styles. The church houses the pure gold crown, golden balls and tokens of King Charles IV of Bohemia in the 14th century Holy Roman Empire.
Then from behind the clock tower, walk westward across the small square, about 1,000 meters, and you will reach the pylons of the Charles Bridge. The scenery on both sides of the Vltava River is very beautiful. You can walk slowly and take a look. , Pat,