You don't get cities like this in the US.
With its cobblestone streets and beautiful architecture, Prague enchanted me with its spell. Sure, I could barely tell the Romanesque buildings from the Baroque; however, it was stunning nonetheless.
The tour was comprehensive as it seemed as if we covered the whole of the city, geographically - our iPhone Health footsteps/day stats skyrocketed - and historically. (Cheers, WSA Europe!)
Any soreness we had from hiking around was nulled by the free-flowing beer culture of Prague. The taps must ferry around beer across the city as water was more expensive and considerably harder to obtain.
It was a decadent summer weekend. Imagine us, catching rays (it's been too long, sun, old friend), sipping €3 gin & tonics by the river, guzzling €1 pints of pilsner along with our goulash.
Perhaps, my favorite part of the city was Hradčany and Lesser Town where the streets were winding and the alleyways were plentiful. The view from Prague Castle was worth a panorama capture (or two).
In the middle of the majestic Charles Bridge is a plaque with five stars. Legend has it that if you touch your five fingers to these stars, you'll be returning to Prague.
If I have my way, I'll be making my way back to the city soon as I've merely scratched the surface of "the heart of Europe."