I was planning to spend three days at Prague however due to a wonderful deal, I manage to squeeze a trip to Budapest. The trip was quite easy, reaching Budapest after just five hours.
When I came back to Prague, I only had a day left to explore the city. This time I was alone as my roommates went to their own destinations.
I started my day with a visit to Vysehrad, a historical fort located on a hill overlooking the city. After a couple of hours, I went back and just walked around the city. I came across Gehry and Milunic’s “Dancing House”. The curvy outline of the building resembles a pair of dancers.
I went to Prague Castle that afternoon. Prague Castle is the largest castle complex in the world. You’ll find different palaces, churches, halls and gardens housed within these castle walls.
Before I visited Prague Castle, I was at the Josefov or the Jewish Quarter at Prague. There are six synagogues, a Jewish Town Hall and a cemetery within this quarter.
I went back to Charles Bridge before my departure. The bridge was livelier this time, with many performers, vendors and tourists in the area compared to my previous visit there.
I ventured out in Mala Strana this time. I passed by Lennon Wall by accident. Aside from the graffiti, I was happy that I got a chance to see an impromptu performance of some travelers in dedication to Lennon.
Aside from graffiti, lyrics of the Beatles’ songs are written in the wall. Their performance was a perfect end to my visit to Praha. It was nostalgic as I was so close to the end of my trip.
By the way, can I come along once the time machine is fixed?