Ever wanted to travel back in time and explore ancient cities back when they were thriving?
A lot of countries still have remnants of cities that were populated during the 20th, 19th and earlier centuries - where the industrial revolution took place and inventions were created.
Places like Olde Town in the Czech Republic’s capital of Prague are great examples of preserved history and culture that helps to define the identity of a country like the Czech Republic - allowing visitors and residents to get a glimpse of what went down in the past.
Olde Town in the southern part of Prague is almost similar to a fairytale. It’s small, clustered buildings each have their own story to tell.
There are so many features and landmarks in the Old Town that is surrounded by the New Town but not overshadowed by the modern buildings - it’s like an open museum.