13 Apr The Kampa Island, one of the most curious spaces in Prague
If you have already sail the Vltava, if you have already visited the different suburbs in the city and also many of the magical places in the streets, it is the right time to discover the Kampa Island. A walk through this island is something unique and one of the main attractions of the Czech capital. What are you waiting for? You will get in love with what you see.
What to see in the Kampa Island
In the centre of the city you will discover the most incredible park. We do know that one of the main visited everywhere you go is a park, but this one is different. It has a magical halo. Located in Mala Strana it is really under the St. Charles Bridge. In the Vltava shore you will be able to discover one of the most visited spots of Prague: the John Lennon wall, located near the Grand Prior Mill. It was a pacific wall agains the communist government. One of the curiosities of this place is that any sentence that was written was erased to write others…it was an alive wall.
If you visit the Kampa Island you should visit also the Great Prior Mill, with its 8 meters diameter.
What to see in the surroundings
This centrical park is one of the most visits when arriving to this part of the town and it seems to be perfect to continue walking to arrive to some other attractions. It is for example the case of the Petrin funicular, the Vrtba garden, the St. Nicholas Church or one of the most popular spots: St. Charles Bridge.
St. Charles Bridge: just about 300 meters far from the park it is located the most famous bridge in the city. It connects the old city (Stare mesto) with the little one (Mala Strana) and it is an unforgettable view. The 30 statues that decorate the path are as stunning as you can imagine.
Mala Strana: the little city is other of the destinations you have to discover easily. It is really useful to discover everything just by walking as you can feel the sensations of a magical and historical ville. You can also discover here the Church dedicated to Our Lady of the Victory.