Even though Prague is much smaller than I thought to explore, I still loved it for the 4 days I was there. It definitely has a rich history to learn about and a diversity of tasty cuisines to try. Coming here definitely fixed my Asian food cravings since being abroad.
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Day 1: Old Town
Getting around Prague was super easy as most things are close to each other. I would definitely recommend to just end a relaxing day by renting a pedal boat at the river to chill. Sadly, we got too caught up with the amount of souvenir shops all around so we lost track of time to go boating.
The whole walk to the Prague castle was really nice since we were overlooking the whole city of Prague the whole time. Every stop was a photo-op with a city backdrop. After a series of photoshoots, we finally made it to the castle:
Day 3: Nuclear Bunker Tour
Communism & Nuclear Bunker Tour: 3 hours / $23
I definitely had a lot of fun from the tour. The tour guide cracked jokes from time to time, but he also went deep and told us about the personal stories about his grandparents who went through communism. We went around the city to learn and visit a few of communism-related spots:
The nuclear bunker was quite impressive with the whole history behind it.
We ended up just relaxing for our last day, finishing up with souvenir shopping, and getting our last affordable asian fixes before we head back to Denmark.
@ Momoichi Coffetearia: Totoro Cafe