When we first met you were just an escape from Prague. You were so misty that day.
But despite your size, which is really small, I couldn’t get enough of your cobblestoned streets and your lovely buildings.
You’re hidden in the south of the Czech Republic, a Unesco World Heritage site. The first thing I saw and couldn’t break sight of it, as I was wandering through the city, is your castle. Exploring it, I discovered the fantastic view from above to the rest of the city. Surely the hundreds of tourists, who crowd in for a photograph, is not something I want to remember but I can’t forget either.
Feels like a medieval videogame, especially in the alley where there is the blacksmith, the baker, the glass maker and the leatherworker.
I will surely remember you as a combination of colourful buildings, along with very dark ones and paved alleys. You are also a must do one-day-trip, for someone who visits Prague for more than 3 days, accessible via Flixbus.
Special mention will be the best pizza I’ve ever eaten and believe me, I’ve searched a lot through Europe for a great pizza! This pizzeria is called Pizzeria Latrán. I tried both the margarita and the rocket parmesan, to which they added 1 tablespoon of ricotta per piece, the best addition ever made.