The city of Prague is broken down into neighborhoods, and our hotel was in the Vysehrad section of the city. Vysehrad is a historical fort city built in the 10th century on the Vltava River. It's the home of the Basilica of Sts. Peter and Paul, and a cemetary that's the Czech version of Pere LaChaise in Paris!
Dvorak, Neruda, and Mucha. Franz Kafka, however, is buried in the New Jewish Cemetary, and we did not see his final resting place.
An awesomely novel fact my daughter told me about - before the buildings had street numbers, the way to find what you were looking for was to look for little sculptures above the doorways!
Well, I think that's enough for my first post on Prague. In my next post, I'll take you to some amazingly beautiful buildings and show you more art! Thanks for stopping by!