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Visit Prague to see the centuries' old castles, cathedrals, and other ancient attractions. Today, though the conveniences and lifestyle have changed, the city as a whole especially the streets remain the same.
Cobbled stone streets and the leisure walks in Prague will never let you forget your visit to the capital city of Czech Republic. Most of the main attractions such as Prague Castle, Charles Bridge and the gardens of Prague are at stone's throw away.
Visiting attractions of Prague by foot is more like hiking as the city swanks several streets that go either up or down the hill! Some of the roads and the sidewalks as well are hundred years' old.
If you are planning to explore Prague by foot, then those high heels are not at all recommended. Go for comfortable shoes and nothing can stop you from walking to all the marvels of Prague.
The most wonderful of all the Prague's attractions are the medieval Prague Castle. The walk usually starts from the Charles Bridge. You can spend some time at the bridge, rest for a while and head to Prague Castle. Although little tiring, the walk towards Prague Castle up the hill is worth for sure. While heading step by step and breath by breath towards the castle, you get a chance to see several panoramic views of Prague, the city of hundred spires. While hiking up the hill where Prague Castle stands tall, the views of red rooftops, Charles Bridge and the Vltava river flowing through the city simply spells a magic.
...And, the moment you reach the castle, all your tiredness, irritation, fatigue and the complaints just get disappeared and you stand spellbound by the heavenly beauty of the ancient art at castle's main entrance, the Romanesque sculptures of warriors at its either sides and the Prague Castle itself!