Princess Libuse had once a dream that difficult times will come soon to her land. She decided to protect her people and ordered miners to find and bring her as much gold as they can. Then she took all that gold and hid it inside this hill. The only person she told where the treasure was hidden, was her husband Premysl. When they both died, the secret was lost forever.
In times of totalitarianism, the Stag Moat was inaccessible to the public, but that changed when Václav Havel was our president. Now the Stag Moat is inaccessible due to repairs and access is granted with few exceptions. Come with us to see it.
Peace, quiet, and romance looking at the Charles Bridge from the river bank. And also a few words about the beautiful painting “Winter Night” by Adolf Kosárek, the famous 19th century Czech painter.
If you want to experience Prague almost as it was during the times of Jan Neruda, and want to enjoy it, beautiful, colorful and quiet, you just need to get up a little bit earlier in the morning. Prague will reveal you another part of its charm and you will have it for yourself. Only you and this beautiful city.