We have been to Prague twice in the last one year. In winters, the city shimmered – in personal opinion, much nicer than in summers. Prague is quite a showstopper among historical cities. Walking along the narrow lanes and cobbled streets, if there is something extremely eye-catching, it is the traditional wooden puppets, the architecture and the buildings that make up Prague’s old world charm.
Prague is one of the few cities in the world (maybe the only one) to remain intact since the WWII. The legend says that the beauty mesmerized Hitler so much, it became his favourite city. There are 30 sculptures across Charles Bridge, a few bizarre statues in the city and very many of great historic importance.
Goulasch is the most famous dish here, a Czech delicacy. Prague has everything from a chocolate museum to a chocolate hair salon and even chocolate massages. And though its neighboring country – Germany is more popular for Beer, it is here that the locals drink more beer per capita than anywhere in the world. The night clubs are also of the finest variety here.
The Oxygen Bar on Level 0 of Karlovy Lazne promises a no hangover day.