After spending the last week of my study abroad in Prague, I never want to leave! I would recommend to anyone even remotely considering visiting to go for it. Prague was one of the few cities in Eastern Europe that remained mostly untouched during World War 2 so everything you see was built as many as 500 years ago. It seemed to be a popular tourist destination for many Europeans as we met groups from Spain, Turkey, Ireland, and England in our short time there. My favorite part of Prague was the busy Old Town Square. Surrounded on all 4 sides by beautiful architecture, there are so many wonderful restaurants, shops, and street vendors in the middle. On the south side of the square is the Astronomical Clock which provides excellent views of the city from its viewing platform at the top. Some of the coolest things to visit while in Prague are the Castle, the John Lennon Wall (great spot for pictures), and the Charles Bridge. One tip that I would give to others traveling to Prague is to be ready to walk a lot and accept the fact that you will get lost. Prague’s streets twist and turn and then all of a sudden you have no idea where you have ended up! This is not always a bad thing though, as it lets you explore new parts of the city. One of the best parts of the city was the locals. They were always happy to help with directions or recommendations and were very eager to practice their English with you! I hope that one day I will get to return to Prague and all its glory.