Prague Castle, the district that all visitors can never leave Prague without visiting!! It is located at the northwest area of the Prague City, up on the hill right across the Vltava river. Due to its elevated location, you can observe the entire Prague city from this area, one of my favorite views of the city.
I ran into this place online when I was looking up attractions and things to do around Shenandoah National Park for our two day, one night little trip to VA. I found this Blue Ridge Whiskey Wine Loop on Discover Shenandoah website. Sounds very intriguing!! Especially when J is a big whiskey lover and I have never really visit a distillery before.
Just about one and a half hour drive from the DC area, the Skyline Caverns is a nice weekend getaway from the city. This was my first caverns experience in the States. The 1.5 hour walking tour is full of awe and imagination. (Cave Tour $20/ Adult)
Prague is the capital of Czech Republic, the fifteenth-largest city in Europe, and has living history of over 1,000 years. Its cultural and historical architectures plus the great food, wine and beer creates a romantic atmosphere.
Most of the tourist introductions for the three most famous and popular themes for the delicate city Salzburg in Austria are Mozart, the scene of Sound of Music, and Churches.
The city itself is not so big. As you can see the spots shown on the map below are all within walking distance. However, the Salzburg Hbf (main train station) is located a little northwest side of the city which you can either take a 5 mins bus ride or 15-20 mins walk to the downtown Salzburg.
This is one of the most famous scene of the movie sound of music where they sing the well-known song Do Re Me.
It is pretty amazing how there actually hasn’t been much change to the look of city Salzburg from the scene since 1965 than nowadays. We are really lucky to meet the snow right in the morning when we arrived there. The snow makes this place more mysterious and adds a little historical touch into the looks.