We spent our last day in Prague on a marathon sightseeing adventure in Lesser Town. We took the tram to the top of the hill where the Prague Castle sits then made our way down, hitting other sites along the way. This was another great insider tip from our bike tour guide. She told us about the #22 tram which goes directly to the top, saving us the strenuous climb uphill and leaving us with enough energy to see everything we did. And now the photos.
On the castle grounds, walking toward the cathedral.
St. Vitus Cathedral
The flying buttresses supporting the back of the cathedral.
Details, details, details.
After we walked around the castle grounds, we stopped at the Strahov Monastery for a couple of delicious, monk-brewed beer. On the grounds of the monastery was this gorgeous terrace overlooking the city.
We rented a paddleboat—cheesy, but so fun!
After paddle boating, we took the subway halfway up the hill to the walk through the park and stumbled upon a beer garden/picnic area.
One last view of the city while walking down the hill. Beautiful Prague, I’ll miss you!