The post today is from our 1st day in Prague, we went to Prague Castle and Charles Bridge to get our first impressions of the city.
Prague Castle: The world's largest CastlePrague Castle has been an important symbol of the Czech state for more than a thousand years. Founded in the 9th Century. The castle is made up of historical palaces, offices, gardens, a Church and fortification buildings. The location of the castle offers unique views of the city.
|Cathedral of St Vitus|
|Castle Courtyard, they are several|
|Stained glass in St Vitus Cathedral|
Going up the stairs of the tower, you can get a bit of dizziness, be prepared or do not go up the stairs too quick, there are hundreds of steps.
I have not asked my sister if she minds to be in the blog, so I won't post too many pictures from her by now, but this is the only picture I have from the stairs going to the top of the Tower so she is appearing here.
These are the fantastic views we could enjoy from the top of the Tower:
|Views of Charles Bridge, just for pedestrians, you can see how busy it gets.|
|Golden Gate, just beautiful|
Close to Prague Castle, we found a queue of people , men and women waiting to touch a young man statue, apparently it gives good luck if you touch a special area, as everyone wish to touch it has become very shiny, please if you are under 18yo do not look at the next two pictures ;)
My sister went first to get luck :)
|I got some luck too|
|Prague has very good transports, Tram and metro|
Charles BridgeThe Charles Bridge is a famous historic bridge that crosses the Vltava river in Prague. Its construction started in 1357 with King Charles IV.
|Beautiful views of Charles Bridge and the river|
To finish the post and before anyone ask: I was wearing a dress from H&M (old), Sandals from Clarks ( you can walk km with them and you do not get sore feet), necklace from Greek market and I wore my MK watch in pink ceramic, I have already showed a close picture of it before.
I hope you liked the first views of Prague, I will show you more of this lovely city in the next posts.
Thanks for all the nice comments!!