Take Your Female Escort in Prague to
the Beautiful Western Bank
One of the most popular tourist
destinations in Prague is the Western Bank. This refers to the part of the city
after crossing the Charles Bridge on the Vltava River. Naturally, the area
before crossing the river is referred to as the Eastern Bank. In this article
we take a look at the impressive structures found in this area. You and your
escort can stroll through the banks of the river and enjoy these historical
structures. It’s actually a romantic walk that you shouldn’t miss when you’re
there enjoying your vacation with a European escort. The beauty of the Western Bank is on
the collection of various historical structures that are not only the
reminiscent of the country’s medieval days but also of the people’s experience
during communist regime.
Prague Castle – the most prominent
structure in Prague is also one of the oldest castles in the world. The size of
the castle is simply massive that it has occupied blocks of property in the
city. It is also the most popular tourist attraction because of the numerous
structures that were built during the middle ages. But the original structure
is significantly old – built in year 870, it is rightfully regarded as a
historically significant building.
Lesser Town – don’t be fooled by the
word “lesser” because there are a lot of things to be seen and experienced in
this part of the city. Although its size is a lot smaller compared to other
markets, it’s still a great place to shop. The place enjoys Prague Castle as
its backdrop which makes dining in one of the restaurants a unique experience.
This part of the Prague is also popular because of the numerous pubs so you’ll
be able to enjoy beer while enjoying the view.
Lennon Wall – this particular wall
is located in Mala Strana and this wall became the symbol of the country’s
struggle against communism. Near the end of the 80s pop and rock music were
banned and as a sign of protest; groups started painting graffiti and messages
over the painting of John Lennon that was made in 1980. The communist
government painted the wall white but new painting would emerge the next day.
Today, the wall has become a symbol and place to express visual art. The
graffiti added in the wall still changes from time to time.
Hradčany Square – this area used to be an independent town during the 12th century but because of war and fire, the town was almost flattened. The area became part of since the 16th century – since its assimilation, the square has seen very little changes. The square is currently one of the most popular meeting places in the city because the square is surrounded by very popular structures Prague Castle, Archbishop’s Palace and Sternberg Palace. You’ll often find tourist start and end their walking tour in this area. Explore these areas in the Western Bank with your beautiful European escort. Aside from appreciating the historic setting, the presence of the river easily makes this place very romantic.