Last week was very special for me! I was invited as one of the first people in the world (!) to take a look and
Hlavní město Praha, which means Prague. Where fairylike and industrial spheres melt together. Where you expect to find castles, cathedrals and other beautiful historical buildings. And yes, you will find them. Along with hundreds of towers, which now serve as perfect viewpoints. But the city also has a raw side, many artists and an interesting underground (party) scene. You can find inspiring street art on the city walls. Some of them show peace and freedom, like the John Lennon Peace Wall in the Mala Strana district. The most upcoming neighbourhood is Zizkov, where hotspots pop-up everywhere! If you are looking for a café, there’s plenty of choice. There seems to be more than 300 cafes in this small area. Prague is a real hipster town! Go to a flea market and find yourself some cool items. End your day in style with a beer and a good piece of meat. Visit a biergarten to drink affordable beers and cheers with the locals. So, while you are here you can’t miss out on a night walk across the touristic but ambient Charles Bridge before you jump into the nightlife of Prague.