Prague is a cultural gem waiting to be explored with its fascinating history where the place is truly like walking into a fairy-tale.
THE JOHN LENNON WALL
Though John Lennon never actually visited, this is still a beautiful place to visit in Prague
THE CHARLES BRIDGE
The Charles Bridge connects Old Town (Staré Mesto) and Lesser Town (Malá Strana) where to Royals lived.
THE SCRUMPTIOUS TRDELNIK
A traditional Slovak rolled pastry. The trdelnik is usually served warm and topped with a dusting of sugar, nuts or cinnamon.
THE CASTLE COMPLEX
The world’s largest ancient castle in the world is St. Vitus Cathedral which dates back to about A.D. 925, the church that stands today is actually the third in honor of Saint Vitus (the patron saint of dancers, actors, comedians and epileptics).
BEER AND MORE BEER
Sit down comfortably in the city of Prague to enjoy a variety of beers in a true bohemian fashion!
Straight of the grill and into your plate, served hot and oh so delicious and juicy!
Remember, “the world is a book, with each step we open a page”- Alphonse De Larmatine