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Petrin Hill and Prague Castle

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Hello! Everyone on this site is so kind and helpful I can't help but keep coming back with questions =)

I'm going to Prague in the middle of August along with the rest of the world, so I was wondering, is it possible to do Prague Castle and Petrin Hill in one day? I know there will incredibly long tourist lines, but if we block early morning/afternoon for Prague Castle + Lunch and late afternoon/night for Petrin Hill + Dinner, could it be done?

In Prague Castle I'd like to see St. Vitus, Golden Lane, and one or two gardens at least.
As for Petrin, I would like to just go up the observation tower.

Actually, I heard that the tower is open until 10pm, so I wouldn't mind spending the whole day at Prague castle then going over to Petrin for dinner, and walking around the hill at night. It's safe, right?

Also, during summers, how important is it that we get reservations at restaurants?

Thanks for your input!

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