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Prague, Czech Republic

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I took a plane from Munich to Prague in Czech Republic. The price of a long train ride versus a one hour flight was priced around the same for $130 therefore I decided on the plane ride. My flight with Czech airlines departed at 9:35am and arrived at 10:45am. I had always thought that Czech sounded really cool and just wanted to go there for the sake of saying I went there but it was actually a nice place and I definitely do not regret my choice of visiting. I stayed at the Lokal Inn Prague which was an amazing 4 stars and $364 for my two night stay. This hotel has the best location because it was close to many of the largest tourist attractions in Prague. Anyways, my early arrival allowed me to see some of the city as soon as possible. I began with the St. Vitus Cathedral (Chrám svatého Víta) and wow it was so nice with the gothic architecture everywhere it was a lot to take in I had no idea where to look first. After that sight I went to the Charles Bridge which was swarming with tourists. I had a good time, strolling through the area I bought some souvenirs while admiring the beautiful culture of the bridge and old town which it led to.

St. Vitus Cathedral (Chrám svatého Víta)

St. Vitus Cathedral (Chrám svatého Víta)


Charles Bridge

Charles Bridge

The next morning I planned to spend all day or however long I wanted at Prague Castle, known as the largest castle in the world and where the Czech president lives but is also a tourist attraction. The castle covers a large area and being there for more than a thousand years who would not want to thoroughly visit it and enjoy its originality. I slept in Prague for my last night and the next day at 2:25pm I was on my plane to Krakow, Poland. 3 hours and 15 minutes later at 5:40pm I arrived here in Krakow, Poland costing only $278.70.

Prague Castle

Prague Castle

Posted by mromeiro96 18:54 Archived in Czech Republic

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