Farewell to Beautiful Prague

So this is my last ever blog post from Prague!  I’ll be back home in Norfolk for a few weeks before continuing my adventure elsewhere!
I thought I’d share with you a few of my favourite places from this beautiful city.
First up; Vysehrad, an old fort up on top of a hill by the river. There’s lots to look at here, a cemetery where many famous Czech people are buried, a basilica church, and of course, an amazing view over the river! 
The river itself is also a lot of fun, I often used to run alongside when I was training for the half marathon. 
Taking out a peddle boat is a perfect way to spend a sunny afternoon, and of course, there are plenty of beer gardens right by the bank in case you get thirsty!
Petrin Park is another place where it’s very easy to wile away the hours. Right at the top of this hill there is an observation tower, providing stunning views of the city! 
You can also wander around the rose gardens and the famous blossom trees.
There are so many more places and things to do that I could write about; the national museum, Riegrovy Sady, some amazing restaurants, and some super fun day trips in the Czech Republic, but I have a feeling that none of these places would have been half as much fun if it hadn’t been for the people that I was with!
I’ve had an incredible year here, made some amazing friends, and created some memories that will stay with me forever! 
I can’t wait to do the same again in a different country! 
Post by Emma