Every person has a place that falls into the very depths of the soul. Memories of which warm throughout life.
One of these places is the Czech Republic!
A small country in the heart of Europe, the Czech Republic attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists all year round to show off its sights.
So, what does this beautiful country hold, what treasures does it hold that attract many tourists to it?
Prague is a living encyclopedia of architecture. Romanesque churches and dungeons, Gothic temples, gardens and castles of the Baroque era, magnificent buildings in the art-nouveau style and unique buildings of cubism - all this makes Prague unique. It is not necessary to be a specialist in the field of architectural art to see the magnificence of the Czech capital.
Czech Republic is a very suitable place for those who want to find themselves in a fairy tale. Many films - both fairy tales familiar to us from childhood and more modern ones - were shot in the Czech Republic, after all, it takes 1st place in the world in the number of castles.
Clocks that show not only the usual time. The astronomical Orloj clock on the Town Hall, which consists of two dials. The first one is of no particular interest - it shows the usual time, but on the second one it is periodically provided with very different information - about the movement of the planets and about the agricultural seasons.
Vltava, without a doubt, is not only the waterway, but also the soul of Prague. Her hypnotic power will be tested by anyone who has walked one of the 30 Prague bridges at least once or has visited one of ten islands. The course of the river can be observed from the picturesque embankments, which, depending on the time of the year, alternately transform into beaches, then farmers' markets, then cycling routes, and dance floors. A unique view of the Vltava banks opens during a river walk: from the deck of a large motor ship, a tiny river boat, a Venetian gondola, a water bike. And, of course, the precious necklace on the graceful "neck" of the Vltava is the medieval Charles Bridge, with its thirty "pearls" - baroque statues
Going to the Charles Bridge do not forget to make a wish, in order for it to come true you must touch the base of the statue of St. John of Nepomuk and repeat it to yourself. Since there are many sculptures of saints on the Charles Bridge, so that you do not get confused, we give the identification marks of the desired statue: Jan of Nepomuk is hugging the cross, and a circle of stars above his head.