Visiting a cemetery in another country is always a glimpse of another culture for us. We went to the largest burial place in the capital, the Olšany Cemeteries.
Why walk up a mountain when there’s something as great as a funicular. The Petřín funicular goes up Prague’s Petřín, a mountain west of the center.
When thinking of Prague Castle, everyone first thinks of the city’s tourist highlight. Only very few visitors are drawn to the second Prague Castle, the Vyšehrad.
Czech Republic and beer belong together. The brewery density is very high and so we started in Prague to visit the first breweries and taste the beers.
On the left bank of the Vltava River is Petřín, a hill 327 meters high. The hill is forested, has some Prague sights and belongs to the recreational area of the city.
The Kafka head one of the most controversial works of art in Prague is located near the Old Town.