Petřín is a hill located in the city center, it is considered as a symbol of this city. Standing at the foot of the hill will feel tired when it comes to climbing a hill up to the top, but believe me, once we get to the top of the hill you will find it worth the effort.
Throughout the journey, you can take a break and zoom out to enjoy the beauty of the whole city.
At the top of the hill there is Observation Tower – the highest point of the city. In my opinion, this tower was built somewhat of a peanut and was quite commercial so I did not have much demand.
If you come in April-is cherry blossom season, along the way will be much more interesting without the need to Japan you also enjoy this beautiful flower.
If you do not want to walk you can find the wharf of a funicular to go straight to the top of the hill.
This is like a miniature city that has everything from the administrative center, the square, the church and even the residential area and the park. If you are interested in exploring and exploring, I think you will probably spend almost a day exploring.
This is a group of four churches: St. Vitus Cathedral – main church, St. George’s Basilica – the oldest remaining church in Prague Castle, All Saints Church and Holy Cross Chapel.
4 palaces: Old Royal Palace, Belvedere, Lobkowicz Palace, and New Royal Palace
There are also many other areas such as gardens or towers, museums etc.
From Petrin Hill, if you have strength you can continue through Prague Castle. On your way you will meet Starbucks in the world’s most beautiful place (by yourself) lying cliffs on the cliff. Imagine watching, call a cup of coffee after a few hours walk and then sit in the cliffs to wind, look at the city and enjoy it really does not feel any better.
In addition to walking out, you can also find the 22 as shown below to get to the castle faster.
When you arrive at the Prague Castle, you will find that to enter inside you will have to buy tickets in each area. You can refer to this website: www.hanhtrinhdamme4444.info for more information about the structure and fares in Prague castle.
Note: Depending on the season, the ticketing time will vary, winter is 16:00 and summer is 17:00. However, because the sun is down quite late, so if you do not mind when you think early, it is already late, so check the time before buying tickets to not miss it.
I return to the castle the next day so some interesting details below! Take a walk around the castle you will reach the river and make friends with the white swans. Watching my friend Swanland think of the swans being dropped into the Sword Lake on one occasion makes the people of the capital laugh.