Read Day 2 here - Staropramen Tour and Old Town
Read Day 3 here - Wenceslas Square and Kampa
Budapest --> Prague
Taking the overnight train from Budapest to Prague, we arrived at Hlvani nadrazi at 6:45am. Only a few stores were open at the train station and we waited until the transit office was open to buy our transit passes for the next three days which cost Kc 330 each.
She sat us down outside in the garden and carefully marked down on a map the places that we must see in Prague. She also took our laundry and when we were back in the evening, it was already all done and folded for us (for free I might add!)
The view was pretty nice although a bit hazy, possibly from the humidity. There were many red roofs and a river down the centre of the city like Budapest.
|View from Petrin Tower|
After coming back down we walked for a while (maybe 20-30 minutes) to the Prague castle where changing guards was happening at 12pm.
In the evening we walked to the Vysehrad church for a higher up view of the city and then back down to the river.
Many people were sat along the river basking in the golden hour waiting for the sunset. There were medium sized boats and speed boats selling snacks and drinks to the people walking by. I suppose it was like a floating night market.
|Waiting for sunset|