wonderful place, all other attractions are just in walking distance
This time I came to Prague, the main activity center was the Old Town. The most famous old city is the Plaza of Prague, which has the old city hall, an astronomical clock, a church of Tyne, a romantic fountain and pigeons. The old city also has Prague Castle, Saint Vitte Cathedral, which amazes me, and a viewing platform overlooking the whole red roof of Prague. There is also the famous Charlie Bridge, where crowds of people crowded the whole bridge and swans played freely on the shore under the bridge. The commercial streets and shopping malls around the old city have also gone for a stroll, walking in the modern city, but they can be full of a sense of history, really like this interesting place.
The old city is the essence of Prague. In addition to the famous buildings such as the astronomical clock, the Church of Tien, the statue of Huss and the Church of St. Nicholas, which are centered on the old city square, there are many special buildings, sculptures, shops and delicacies in the streets and alleys of the old city. Walking around the old city, we can appreciate the beauty of Prague's history, culture and life.
The old city is the center of Prague and the most confusing place: there are surprises in alleys and houses in different periods. There are too many attractive things: the fox and lion relief on the door are the original number of the door; with the bell, you can find a small church, as well as a variety of shops, Mucha products stores, ceramics shops displaying exquisite crafts, dazzling glass shops.... In this way, I wandered around the old city for more than ten hours. I watched with eyes, tired my legs, satiated my stomach, and purchased my hands.
One of Europe's most famous old medieval cities is truly a world cultural heritage. In addition to the square, the powder tower, the astronomical clock and other ancient buildings, there are also the birthplace Museum of literary master Kafka and the beautiful Voltava River. The castle is situated on a high level with St. Witt's Cathedral. It is a landmark building in Prague.
Prague at night is like a city of elves. Old-fashioned carriages carry curious tourists through the square. Horseshoes clash against the flagstone road and make a crisp noise. The Castle attic flickered brightly and dimly as if the princess in the story would appear in the window at any time; the noisy music in the pub and the clashing sound of the crisp glass made people feel warm and cordial. At this point, as if in the Middle Ages, or a fairy tale world, you will instinctively forget the existence of time, fell into the tunnel of time and space, lost in Prague Square.
The Old Town is the essence of Prague as a landmark along Prague Square to start all kinds of alleys and Charlie Bridge and other landmark buildings around here all night long. The alleys here are very busy and all kinds of bars attract a lot of tourists, and some of the buildings in alleys painted with various colors are very amazing as a fairy tale world.