The Prague Castle is the definition of a tourist attraction. As well it should be. It has churches and parks, it has a concert hall and fountains. Peacocks strut the grounds and hawks stand tethered to low-lying branches. The castle is a labyrinth of unique grandeur—the modern understanding of a royal palace.
But if you are like me, and I assume you are—because, well, I’m really cool—then you will want something to do that is less crowded. Nobody likes a sea of contracting lenses flashing in no-flash areas or large umbrellas intended to herd tourist groups that, in reality, block your view. Don’t get me wrong, the castle and its wonders should be viewed in full (especially the iconic St. Vitas church), but you can get away from this loud poshy area right inside the palace grounds.
Yes. You can dip in and out—you can tour and stroll—ike a visitor and citizen, all at once. Continue reading