From Lima, it took me 4 flights to get to Prague. It was one of the longest trips I’ve ever done in my life, but it was worth it though. If you are traveling a long distance flight I recommend the following:
- In your Backpack: Carry an extra pair of socks, a scarf and a jacket or sweater to stay warm.
- Also, bring tissues (Kleenex), hand sanitizer, cream. candy, gum or chocolates.
- Keep an empty bottle with you (water in the airport is expensive, so it’s best to fill a bottle from the water dispensers).
- Ziploc bags are very useful to put little things in one place, especially when you have to take out all your stuff by customs.
- For entertainment, bring two pairs of Headphones (one extra in case the first breaks), a tablet, magazines, pen.
The first day in Prague we walked a lot to see the city. We walked from the hotel to the center of Prague (Old Town) and it took us around 35min. If you don’t want to explore the city on foot, there is a TRAM or Metro, One ticket costs 24 crowns (one way – 30min). We love walking, so we didn’t use the subway a lot.
Charles Bridge (Charles Bridge) is one of the most representative attractions in Prague. The view is amazing and it’s always full of tourists.
What to eat in Prague?
St. Vitus Cathedral
Where we stayed:
- NH Prague. (4 stars) Modern, breakfast buffet, 20 min from Old Town on foot.
- Casa Marcello. (4 stars) Old, no elevator, comfortable, 5 min from Old Town.
Fiorella is the author of Chica On The Road. She is a Peruvian girl, who loves to travel. She lived in Bolivia, Italy, Australia, United States, Canada, Germany, and Southeast Asia. She created this travel blog to inspire others to travel more and share travel tips. She is now learning Italian and still traveling.