It’s time for the Astronomical Clock

It's time for the Prague Astronomical Clock

After two days of jet lag, I made my way out of the apartment to check out the sights and I am reminded once again why we’re so lucky to be able to explore Earth. Next up, Mars! But first, I had to get a monthly pass which was only time consuming because everyone else was also doing the same midday on a Wednesday. Then, I took Jon through the same process later that evening and it literally took 20 minutes. I’ll have an upcoming post on how-to use Prague’s public transportation system soon because it’s definitely the easiest I’ve ever used!

Zoom Into the Prague Astronomical Clock
Zoom Into the Prague Astronomical Clock

After being stuck inside for 48 hours with weird sleeping patterns, I didn’t care where I went just as long as I had my metro pass. So, I walked from the Prague Train Station towards the museum only to find out it won’t be open until 2017 and then, I turned around and I was in Wenceslas Square. I followed the herd only to end up at a Starbucks and wondered why everyone was looking up, they were waiting for the twelve apostles to appear out of the Prague Astronomical Clock at the top of the hour. Luckily, I saw the “show” and it was enjoyable for not knowing much about it and stumbling into the area at the right time.

And yes, this is a Pokemon Go gym and I lent the gym my Arcanine as an offering.

It's time for the Prague Astronomical Clock
It’s time for the Prague Astronomical Clock

Where to see the Astronomical Clock in Prague

From Wenceslas Square (Václavské náměstí), follow the signs or the herd 450 via Na Můstku and Melantrichova.

How long have you waited for the twelve apostles to appear at the Astronomical Clock? Tweet at me to let me know.

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