Prague Wasn't Always a Destination
One of the greatest appeals of this gorgeous and historic city is the culture. Locals are very pleasant, easygoing, and fun. We all know the Parisian conundrum, how Italians can be a little rough around the edges, and that friendliness is not always a given in some countries.
Czechs on the other hand, have fully embraced a free way a life (more recently afforded to them nearly 27 years ago), and could provide some lessons to the rest of us. Pleasant, easygoing,and fun. That is all. Just don't put your feet on the seat, they don't like that!
Weather in The Summer Months
The Main Attractions
The President of Prague actually takes residency in the castle, which surrounds a 14th century St. Vitus Cathedral sheltering former kings, priests, and emperors. Speaking of, the cathedral is one of the coolest parts, with exquisitely designed stained glass windows and eloquent tombs of sculpted marble and age old stones. Make this one of your picture worthy sites. From the gardens and balcony's of the castle you have spectacular views of the Vltava River, Charles bridge and downtown Prague.
Other attractions of the city are the historical anatomical clock –nearly 650 years old, Petrin Park, old town Prague, the Mala District, Karlovy Vary (a spa town outside of Prague), the Prague Beer Museum, Underground Prague, and the Vinohrady Neighborhood.
Events and To-Do's
Getting There and Getting Around
Once you're there. Travel by train or taxi. Staying in the city (such as right in the heart of old or downtown) is most preferable. In the city the old trolly will get you most anywhere you want to go, whilst taxi cabbing will be your best bet. Just like Italy, it's better to not risk your safety or international driving record!