Some say traveling can be quite expensive. But we say, there’s no need to worry about as you can enjoy certain places without breaking the bank. One of which is Prague. Yes, you read it right, you can enjoy the city of a hundred spires even if you’re on a limited budget. Here are some of the things you can do here that will not even require you to spend a cent.
Tour the Old Town Square
There are a few places in Prague that remained untouched in spite of the many invasions that the city experienced since the 10th century and the Old Town Square is one of them. Hence, it’s definitely a site not to miss. Aside from the beautiful architectural structures that will let you have a peek of the city’s past for free, there are also several street performers and musicians that will keep you entertained as you explore the area.
Visit the Prague Castle
Unlike other castles, you can tour part of the Prague Castle for free. On top of that, it houses several museums were you can also get to learn more about the city’s rich history. However, some parts of the castle require might require you to spend some cash. Still, it won’t hurt your budget. So if you want to explore every inch of the castle, make sure to bring some extra money with you.
Stroll the Golden Lane
Another way to get a glimpse of Prague’s past for free is to walk through the Golden Lane. Here, you can get to see different eras from the houses that it has that are decorated with artifacts, as well as other items, that represent the past. And what makes it even more worth-visiting is that it is one of the most Instagram-worthy places in the city; so don’t miss out on this too.
Get a glimpse of the Eiffel Tower
Yes, in Prague, you can get a glimpse of the Eiffel Tower – well, at least its mini version, though. If you’ll head to the Petrin Hill, you’ll see this beauty. And if you were to explore it, once you reach the top, you’ll also be rewarded with some of the best views in the city. And the best part of it is that you can do it without spending a cent. It’s surely that something you need to add to your travel itinerary in case you’re traveling to Prague.