This city is what fairytales...
This city is what fairytales are made of, to wonder around the old part of town, is to go back in time, to an era of horse carriages and nobility. I considered Prague a true architectural gem of a bygone era. My time spent on this city, will be my most cherish memory of this city. Just walking around, and enjoying the people and buildings of this truly beautiful city. THIS IS MY PICTURE OF WENCESLAUS SQUARE.
Prague is After All a Medieval Town
Despite its modern reputation for Baroque buildings with brightly colored facades, many things in Prague are strictly medieval. You need not walk far before discovering ancient spires, imposing towers or other features built well before the Renaissance.
Sharing tables with strangers
If you don’t mind sitting with others, you might want to try sharing your table with others especially if its busy. This apparently will be less expensive in some restaurants and the locals will not see it as being rude or invasive to join them dining.
Dining can be fairly casual most of the time, even shorts are ok. Of course if you are going more high brow, choose your dress accordingly.
Pertrin Hill - rediscover your inner child and run around stealing pears, the Mirror Maze, climb the mini Eiffel Tower and feed the birds.
Petrin Hill is dead cool :) You've got a lovely panoramic view of Prague city and you can walk across the nature paths to Prague Castle as well.
From the top of Petrin hill, the old town wall, built in 1360 - 62 in the reign of Charles IV, runs down to the foot. It is called hunger wall from a legend that it was built to provide employment in the fight against hunger.