This weeks view from the top comes to you from Prague in the Czech Republic. I went to the Petrin Tower on my second visit to Prague and I am so glad that I did as the view was brilliant!
To get there you take a funicular railway from Ujezd stop to the top of a park where you are then greeted with this gorgeous garden.
The tower is over 60m high and looks I think looks very similar to the Eiffel Tower. It was built in 1891 and was first used as an observation tower.
You then purchase a ticket to get into the Petrin Tower, from memory it was only about £2 to get the lift to the top and then we chose to walk down the 300 steps to the bottom.
As you can tell the view from the top is absolutely stunning. Prague is such a beautiful city and seeing it from above made me love it even more. You could easily make out all of the big sights including Charles Bridge, Prague Castle and the cathedral and of course all of those lovely orange roofs!
You can read about my trips to Prague here:
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