1. Bring back from Prague a vintage picture of the sunset
Probably the most visited spot to take a postcard picture of the sun going down above the Prague’s rooftops is Hradcany next to the Castle. After a long walk through the narrow winding streets of the old medivial town, tranquil sunset is a reward in the end of a tiring sightseeing. Starbucks cafe rooftop has the best angle to take a breathtaking shoot, so catch up to take a seat and don’t forget to order a warming coffee to fulfill the view!
2. Feel momentous with a glass of vine in St. Wenceslas vineyards
If you are tired of taking photos with annoying tourists in the frame, follow the pathway alongside St. Wenceslas vineyards. While airing out in this hidden gem, you would find it hard to resist the temptation of having a glass of the local vine while experiencing fascination for stunning views or sneak a semi-ripe grape while no one sees …
3. Learn why Prague is a city of hundred bridges
Why not catch two birds with one stone and have the sunset captured two times! Just a few minutes from the Prague Castle is Letna prak – the most beloved hangout by Praguers. The panoramic view from there embraces most of the historical Prague center with its never ending bridges.
4. Get off the beaten path under the Charles Bridge
Another way to sneak away for all-around tourist buzz is to go for the view under the Charles bridge instead. On the left side of the bridge, you can taste out the local honey cider in a chilly open-air bar right by the river, catching pure mellow vibes from the Jazz Dock drifting by.
5. Get on the top of Prague’s Eiffel Tower
If you are not used to making do with second best, Petrin Hill is that very spot to grasp the whole city from above. The hilly pathway to Prague’s Eiffel Tower consists of blossoming gardens, so the walk wouldn’t let you feel fatigued. There is always another option to effortlessly get there – taking Fanicular Railway.