Fall in Love with a Honeymoon in Prague
What is it about Prague that makes everyone who visits fall instantly in love with the place? Perhaps its storied history, the romantic vibe of the city or the feeling that the clock has stopped? If you’re thinking about a unique honeymoon destination, Prague could be the perfect spot.
Prague‘s old town offers a breathtaking setting of castles and buildings from a host of different periods. Once there, the visitor is quickly reminded why this city was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1992. You must cross the 700-year-old Charles Bridge, visit the Castle, get lost in Wenceslas Square and the Old Town and visit the National Museum. Then visit Saint Vitus Cathedral before taking a walk around the Jewish quarter and the baroque neighborhood of Malá Strana.
Many visitors define Prague as a romantic city, and that’s why it’s a great place to relax after the stress of planning your wedding. Sit back and enjoy a boat trip on the river, or take a romantic stroll around the Castle gardens. Or how about a climb to Petřín Hill to the 60-meter-high Petřín Lookout Tower. Once you reach the top, you’ll be able to enjoy the stunning views of Prague below with your partner.
After coming down, why not visit the Old Town Square to look at the Astronomical Clock. And then you can relax!
Don’t worry, Prague is not all about pounding the pavement. Czech food, such as stews, roast pork, trout and some of the best beers in the world (as well as wine from Moravia), will mean you’ll be able to raise a glass to the first days of married life in style. Have fun!
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