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Updated: Aug 3

Stop 4

Europe Interrail Days 8-10

Getting There

I had planned to travel from Berlin to Prague on the 9:16 am train, but it either didn’t arrive or arrived earlier and sat further down the platform out of sight. I was compelled to wait for the 11:16 am train, arriving into Prague at 3:35 pm.


We stayed at the Hostel Homer in Old Town Square, which was comfortable and equipped with all of the necessary amenities.

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Day One

September 08, 2022

My friends met me at the train station and escorted me to the hostel, where I checked in and dropped off my belongings before heading out for lunch.

We went to see Prague Castle and Golden Lane after lunch. This route passed by the astronomical clock and crossed Charles Bridge.

Astronomical Clock
Views above all 220 Steps to Prague Castle
Prague Castle
Prague Castle
Prague Castle
Golden Lane
Viewpoint: Starbucks Rooftop


We returned to Charles Bridge for sunset, where we received the announcement of Queen Elizabeth II’s death.

Sunset: Charles Bridge


We ate dinner at Kampa Park Restaurant before walking along the promenade to see the dancing house.

Dancing House
Kampa Park Restaurant
Prague Promenade
Charles Bridge

Day Two

September 09, 2022


We woke up, got ready and left the hostel for breakfast. We had found a lovely spot nearby.

Bistro Monk


After breakfast, we strolled past the astronomical clock and onto the municipal library and house, where we peered into the infinity book tower. We then went to New City Hall to see the Paternoster Elevator, one of the last of its kind.

Municipal Library
Astronomical Clock
Infinity Book Tower
New City Hall
Paternoster Elevator

We went to the Jewish quarter and spent a lot of time walking around each area, reflecting on the tragic events of history.

Pinkas Synagogue
Star of David, Jewish Symbol