I almost missed to write my trip to Prague in April 2009. I traveled with my other two friends. We bought the ticket together while we were having group conversation in yahoo messenger. One of my friend found that the flight ticket to Prague was only cost 399 NOK (around IDR 670 000) one way. So, we bought the ticket online through Norwegian website at the same time and unlucky, there was only 1 ticket which cost 399 NOK was left:-( I and my other friend had to pay 499 NOK (it’s still cheaper though:-) )
We rent an apartment near the city center and it cost 165 EUR for 3 people per 3 nights. From the airport, we took bus nr. 119 to the Dejvicka station and continued with Metro line A to the Apartment.
As soon as we arrived at the apartment, we put our entire luggage in the apartment and went straight to the city center. We walked to Charles Bridge, visit Prague castle and finished our first day trip at Josefov (Jewish quarter).
In the second day, we took a walk to old town square, new town and Petrin Hill. In the old town we went to see the famous Astronomical clock.
In the new town, we walked to Wenceslar square and continued to National museum which is located at the top of the square.
From new town, we continued to Pretin hill by taking metro. In Pretin hill, there is a smaller version of Eiffel tower which is called Petřínská rozhledna.
We finished the day by walking back to Charles Bridge and taking picture of Charles Bridge and Prague castle at night.
In the last day, we met a friend that I know from facebook. He was living in Prague and before I went to Prague, I contacted him. So, he visited us and we made a trip together to Vyšehrad. Vyšehrad complex covers a large area including churches and parks.
Then, we continued the trip to University of Prague. We went back to the city center and walked to the old town square to take some pictures and do so some shopping before went back to our apartment.
The next day we went back to Norway.
Prague is a beautiful city. I’d love to visit the city again and I will bring my son to explore the city together 🙂