Cultural,historical,modern,Prague is a truly beautiful city. I don't know if it was because of the multitude of cultural and historical buildings or because of the good,not so expensive food or because of the fact that i always feel good next to the water(Prague is situated on the Vltava river) but i loved this place since the first moment i walked on its streets.
The first day i walked along the river taking photos of every bridge,museum or statue. I ate Czech ham,haluski and a lot of "pivo"(beer)in the Old Town Square. I enjoyed every hour change in the Astronomical Clock Tower. I walked on the well-known Charles Bridge and i drank hot wine next to the Arts Museum.
The second day was surreal. The Prague Castle at Hradčany with its St. Vitus Cathedral were absolutely amazing. I don't even know what impressed me the most: the castle itself,the crown jewels,the cathedral,the painted glass,the gothic arhitecture,the view of the city once I climbed 287 steps in the tower of the cathedral or the bell i saw there,which is the biggest one in the whole Czeck Republic??!!??
In the evening I attended a musical concert in a small church.
The last day i fed the swans and the pigeons on the river and i thanked one more time to my friend and guide for showing me this great city.
I wish i will go again in Prague.