Prague’s historic center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site famous for its 14th century medieval architecture. It was left largely undamaged by World War II, leaving a well-preserved labyrinth of cathedrals, bridges, and cobblestone streets that attract millions of visitors annually.
Prague is by far the prettiest city we’ve ever been to. In fact, it’s so pretty it almost doesn’t seem real! It looks straight out of a fairy tale and is home to some of the world’s best beer. These articles will help you create a complete Prague itinerary and lead you to some of the best Czech food in the city, not to mention the bizarre sculptures of Czech artist David Cerny!
Pretty isn’t a word you can use to describe every city, but it fits perfectly with Prague. It’s one of the prettiest cities we’ve ever seen. Prague is so pretty in fact, that it almost doesn’t seem real. It looks and feels like a fairy tale.
I don’t have much experience with Czech food but one thing seems clear, roasted meat dishes heavy on gravies, starches, and root vegetables figure prominently in Czech cuisine. It’s the type of food you’d expect from countries that experience harsh winters.
David Cerny is a controversial Czech sculptor known for his provocative creations displayed in public areas around Prague. He creates large sculptures that toe the line between provocative and shocking, offensive even. In fact, some of his proposed works were so risqué that they were never erected. In his words, “I just enjoy pissing people off”.