Cobble stones and even more cobble stones as far as your legs can carry you and your eyes can see. When visiting Prague your footwear is essential. So put on your most comfortable shoes and enjoy the delightfully short distances between all the lovely tourist attractions in Prague. Many first-time visitors wrongly assume that the Vaclav place is a square, totally wrong.
The Vaclav place is a boulevard, called by many, “Little Champs Ellysées”. You will find exclusive stores and trendy boutiques side by side with romantic restaurants and cosy beer shacks and a multi-faceted number of visitors and residents of Prague. Now that we are talking about nicknames, “Beer town” is another quite common name for Prague. This is not only due to the unusually great tasting beer, but also due to the great number of beer pubs. The long Czech tradition of beer brewing, their fantasy and inventions bring along a flottilla of different beers, hardly found anywhere else.
A weekend trip to Prague brings pulse, quality of life, culinary experiences and well-earned memories.
And best of all, at a very cheap price!