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Viktoriya, 26

How would you describe yourself?

I’m a fashionista and traveller. Love what I do.

What are you passionate about?

I’m passionate about high heels. I have a big wardrobe with shoes, but my collection is still growing.

What makes Prague special to you?

Have you ever been lost in Prague? I’ve been lost several times, when I was here for the first time. I might be circling around the Old Town and didn’t recognize the same streets because they are so narrow and curvy. But that was exactly when I fell in love with this city. Interesting fact is that the majority of houses in Prague are less than 10 meters high. It makes Prague one of the most low-rise capitals in Europe. Charming, don’t you think?

What are your favorite spots?

I prefer to visit places where I can enjoy the unique atmosphere of Prague. Almost all my walks start from Prague Castle. By the way, according to Guinness book of records, it is the largest castle in the world. Dating back to the 9th century, the castle spans 18 acres with numerous courtyards, churches and official buildings.
When the weather is good, I like to walk at Náplavka. It’s one of the most popular places for walks and having picnics among locals. Very often in spring and summer you can hardly find an empty place to sit there.
Prague is very green city; we have a lot of parks and gardens here. My favorite is Vrtba Garden. It is one of the Prague’s smaller gardens, but its unique architectural design and decoration ranks makes it high in importance for visit. Among restaurants, I choose those with a view and of course with good food. You can meet me at – Terrace u Prince at the Old Town Square, Grosetto Marina and Villa Richter. If I feel like having a cake and coffee, I go to Café-Café.

What’s your recommendation?

Have you ever tried trdelnik? It is a sweet pastry, made from rolled dough that is wrapped around a wooden stick, then grilled and topped with sugar and walnut mix. Yummy!