Prague Travel Guide

Prague Travel Guide

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The day I arrived in Prague, it was sweltering hot – I’m talking temperatures nearing 90 degrees. Even my Airbnb host said this weather was really out of the ordinary. Nevertheless I grabbed my camera and headed out to discover for myself what everyone seemed to love about Prague!

I don’t think I’ve ever taken more photos in one day than I did during that first day in Prague! The city is a feast for the architecturally inclined. Nearly every building is adorned with intricate facades: think baroque-style life-size sculptures, romanesque columns and enormous iron balconies. One building might have 10 sculptures lining its roof, or sitting atop the main entrance door. I wouldn’t be surprised if there were thousands upon thousands of these in the entire city! What’s astonishing to think about is the fact that all of these were created purely by craftsmen and artisans, without the aid of computers or modern technology.

There were so many things I loved about Prague – the incredible views, the candy colored buildings, the incredible affordability (hello $19 grocery bill!), the local treats known as Trdelniks. So, here we have my favorite forty eight postcards from my trip, categorized into five sections : Old Town Square, Old Town neighborhood, the Charles Bridge, New Town neighborhood, and Malá Strana neighborhood.

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Old Town Square

Prague’s oldest square, and the heart of the city!

Old Town Square, Prague
Old Town Square, Prague
Old Town Square, Prague
Old Town Square, Prague

Prague Astronomical Clock

Old Town Square, Prague
Old Town Square, Prague

Old Town

The old-world architecture Prague is known for…

Old Town, Prague
Old Town, Prague
Old Town, Prague
Old Town, Prague
Old Town, Prague
Old Town, Prague
Old Town, Prague
Old Town, Prague
Old Town, Prague
Old Town, Prague
Old Town, Prague
Old Town, Prague
Old Town, Prague
Four Seasons, Old Town, Prague
Old Town, Prague
Old Town, Prague
Old Town, Prague
Brazilian Embassy, Old Town, Prague
Old Town, Prague
EMA espresso bar, Prague

Charles Bridge

Impossible to visit Prague without crossing the famous Charles Bridge…

The Charles Bridge, Prague
The Charles Bridge, Prague
The Charles Bridge, Prague
The Charles Bridge, Prague

Explore New Town

Here is where I discovered the spinning silver head of Franz Kafka, the wonderfully vintage Globe Bookstore, the modern Gehry building Dancing House, and Styl & Interier, a cute restaurant – where my meal here consisted of a ham and cheese sandwich, one cappuccino and one bottled still water. Total bill: 226 CZK / $9.18.

New Town, Prague
New Town, Prague

Franz Kafka’s Spinning Head

The Kafka Head, Prague
Styl&Interier, Prague

Dancing House

This famous building was designed by Frank Gehry.

The Dancing House, Prague
New Town, Prague
Globe Bookstore, Prague
New Town, Prague
New Town, Prague

Wander Malá Strana

You can’t come here without a visit to the famous Prague Castle (although personally I found the Archbishop’s Palace next door to be prettier).

Mala Strana, Prague
Mala Strana, Prague
Mala Strana, Prague

Eat a Trdelnik, the Local Specialty

Be sure to pick up a trdelnik, the local Czech specialty, on the way. I got one from Creperie U Kajetána made with cinnamon and chocolate for only 60 CZK!

My trdelnik from Creperie U Kajetána!
Archbishop's Palace
Archbishop's Palace
View from Prague Castle
Views from Prague Castle
Views from Prague Castle

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