Prague in 3 days
Czechs believe that every building in their capital is a piece of architectural art. Whether this is so, it is easy to check by going to Prague for 3 days and making a plan for sightseeing the most important sights in advance.
Preserve of history
UNESCO included several districts of the Czech capital at once in the lists of the World Cultural Heritage. The first lines among Prague sights in the historical registers were:
- Market or Old Town Square, where the facades of many buildings, built in a variety of architectural styles, are located on fifteen hectares. The dominant feature of the square is the Town Hall, built at the very beginning of the 15th century. Her astronomical clock is a delight for every tourist..
- Tyn Church, founded in the XI century and built in accordance with all the principles of the Gothic. It is considered the spiritual center of the old city..
- Monument to Jan Hus - national Czech hero, reformer and preacher.
- Prague Castle is a castle that exceeds the dimensions of all other castles in the world. Its main pearl is the St. Vitus Cathedral, founded in the 10th century, and completed only in the last century. The status of the cathedral is the Cathedral of the Czech capital, and the cultural and historical value of the building can be imagined once you find yourself within its majestic walls. As part of the Prague in 3 days excursion, St. Vitus Cathedral should become one of the must-see points.
- Numerous other churches in Prague, such as the Church of the Sacred Heart of the Lord in Vinohrady. The history of the existence of the basilica does not even have a hundred years, but some architects and art critics include it in the lists of the most grandiose structures in the history of mankind.
Museums and theaters
The number of museums and theaters in Prague has exceeded many dozen, and therefore in Prague in 3 days there is a chance to visit only a few of them. In the National Theater, built in 1881 in the neo-Renaissance style, Smetana's operas are considered the most popular, and in the Rudolfinium Gallery, concerts of the Czech Symphony Orchestra.
In the ancient city, there are more than a hundred museums, whose expositions are devoted to the whole variety of aspects of human life. The oldest and most popular collections belong to the museums of the composers Smetana and Dvořek, the painter Mucha and the writers Kafka and Hasek..
A glass of foam
Moreover, Prague in 3 days is a tasting of many varieties of the most popular drink in the country. Czech beer is a brand, and you can taste the best varieties in any local restaurant. However, the concept of "best" does not apply to Czech beer, because each of its types is prepared with great love and professionalism..
Recreation and tourism - Prague