Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic and it is known as the “City of a Hundred Spires” or the “Golden City.” This European capital is one of the most visited destinations by tourists in the entire world and not only because of its beauty, but because it is practically a museum where tourists can walk through its neighborhoods and witness Prague’s historic, architectural and cultural legacy. Few cities in Europe can compete with all Prague has to offer, culturally and in terms of its many monuments. Prague’s many squares and corners all have a rich story to tell, full of interesting local history that will bring your holiday to life and ensure you a visit that you will remember for a lifetime.
When it comes time to plan out what to see in a city that is this packed with amazing monuments, it’s more important than ever to have some criteria based on how much time you’ll have to explore, this way you get to see all those must-see places on your list without missing anything too important. If you end up doing a free tour in Prague (in the morning, afternoon, or evening) with a local guide, you will have the opportunity to see the places that are most significant or emblematic, places like Prague Castle, Charles’ Bridge, the Cathedral, the Old Town Square, Wenceslao Square, the Dancing House, the Prague Astronomical Clock, The Jewish Neighborhood, the Spanish Synagogue, or the John Lennon Wall.
If you’d like to know more about the free walking tours in Prague
in Spanish or English that are available, get online where you can read other walkers’ opinions and reviews they left about their gurus and their guided tours
and find the best one for you. Other interesting destinations with guruwalks that might be of interest to you are Bratislava