I've been there twice
I’ve been there twice now as my son lived there for a few years and has a Czech girlfriend now.....and even speaks Czech!
Norah, United Kingdom - 13 November 2006
Experience a whole culture in one place
Prague has everything. It can be modern or ancient, fun or interesting, huge or quaint, busy or calm. You can go there for the sights, for the history, for the food, for the people, for the experience, for the art, for the music, for the culture, for the sake of saying you've been, for the task of tracing your ancestors, to make you think, to have fun, to learn, to experience a whole culture in one place.
Jessica, United Kingdom - 23 February 2006
A totally new experience
Prague is the place where my husband and I enjoyed our honeymoon! I am very fond of it and would like to visit it every year. The atmosphere is extremely romantic and cozy, people are friendly, the food was a totally new experience for me! The sightseeing, oh the sites... just great!
Milkana, Bulgaria - 29 November 2005
I hope to go this summer
I have only been to Prague once, that was October 2003, because my son moved there. His marriage had just broken up, and he went there and taught English as a foreign language, and started learning Czech. Now he has a full-time job and a Czech girlfriend! I hope to go this summer and experience the hot summer weather this time for a change!
Norah, United Kingdom - 11 March 2005
It leaves a "lovemark"
I have been in Prague once, many years ago. It is without doubt one of the best European cities! The city breathes history, art, calmness. The boulevards are spacious, the historical center is cosy and artistic, the old cathedrals and palaces are magnificent and beautiful. I was astonished by the Cathedral of St. Vit. It is enormous ... and the rare green colour makes you feel as if you observe the waves of the ocean. Once you have been in this city, it will always fill your heart with love and sweet memories. It leaves indeed a "lovemark".
Milena, Bulgaria - 06 October 2004
There are no limits here
My home. I love to travel, but I love coming back. I love Vltava river with Karlův most. I love small pubs in the centre. I love small curvy streets which you never know where they ends. I love Petřín hill and its view to Prague castle. And the view from Prague castle to Petřín hill and the whole of Prague. Small coffee houses full of foreigners or students drinking coffee and reading. The atmosphere of Prague. The history which breathes on you from every corner. Kampa where you can sit the whole day on the grass. There is always a lot to do, all you need to do is decide. There are no limits here. I love it.
Martina, Czech Republic - 21 May 2004