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  • Clock tower

    Prague. I was in that city three years ago, and what a city! There was great food, beautiful monuments, buildings, places, etc. I visited the city in 10 days, but it wasn't enough. Yes, you can see the city in less than 10 days, but to visit it....not even joking. It's...

    0 by Natacha, in What to see Prague, 2 months ago
  • Old town square

    Old town square is one of the famous place in the capital city of Czech republic prague. Which was found  in the twelfth century. This city it is famous for his Christmas ceremonies and it has witness so many celebrations and historical events. Old town square is also...

    0 by sylivia, in What to see Prague, 3 months ago
  • Palladium mall

    Palladium mall is one of the famous and the biggest mall located in the city center of prague, Czech Republic  which contains of 170 shops and 30 restaurants and make it consists of 200 shops. Palladium mall was opened in 2007 it has five floors of shopping exciting...

    0 by sylivia, in What to do Prague, 3 months ago
  • Prague astronomical clock

    Prague astronomical clock is the oldest clock in prague, czech republic and the third oldest clock in world.its located in Prague 1 old town square in the old town tower hall. This clock has been in the world for more than six centuries but it still working as if it was...

    0 by sylivia, in What to see Prague, 3 months ago
  • Charles bridge

    Charles bridge is the one of the oldest bridge in europe and the first bridge in czech republic which used to connect two parties of prague. This is the historical brigde which come around from thirteen century and passes to cross the vltava river in prague. Charles...

    0 by sylivia, in What to see Prague, 3 months ago
  • Prague castle

    A prague castle is a beautiful place its on top of the hill it looks nice at night where you can see the all prague city... its the oldest, biggest and the most beautiful castle in prague and was found in nineteen century. Located in prague 1 near malastrana station and...

    0 by sylivia, in What to see Prague, 3 months ago
  • Prague Astronomical Clock - The Orloj

    The Prague Astronomical Clock (also known as the Orloj) is located in the large square in the so-called Old Town, on one of the walls of the Old Town Hall tower. I am going to talk to you about it for two reasons: the first, for the medieval astronomical clock that it...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Prague, one year ago
  • Kampa Island

    Kampa Island is located in the Czech capital, specifically in the Malá Strana area, underneath the Charles Bridge. I discovered this place with my Erasmus friends by chance, as I didn't actually have it written down on my list of places to visit in Prague, and it came...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Prague, one year ago
  • Powder Tower

    The Powder Tower is another of the unmissable tourist hotspots in Prague. Although there are numerous different towers in Prague (in fact, the city is known as "the City of 100 Towers"), this is one of the most famous. This is one of the many access routes that Prague...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Prague, one year ago
  • Charles Bridge

    Charles Bridge (Karlův most, in Czech) is one of the most well-known and most important monuments in the country's capital city, Prague. This bridge, which passes over the Vltava river, is the oldest one in the city that is still preserved to the present day, and the...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Prague, one year ago
  • Pizerrie Mediterane

    If you are looking for a place in the Prague - Smíchov, where you can eat a great pizza, I recommend Pizerrie Mediterane. Always tasty pizza, pleasing surroundings and personable service. They offer also other meals than just pizza, like pasta, fish, carpaccio, meat......

    0 by K, in Where to eat Prague, one year ago
  • Vltava Beach

    We discovered this place in Prague by chance, as we were actually intending to go somewhere else that we had found on the map, but my time here is actually one of the best memories that I have of the city. This beach sits to one side of the Vltava river, very close to...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Prague, one year ago
  • Dancing House

    The Dancing House building is situated in the Praha 2 (Prague 2) district next to the Vltava river. This building is quite famous for its shape. Simply, it is crooked and bent in the middle, and it’s for this reason that they call it the “Dancing House”....

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Prague, one year ago
  • Zelezny Brod

      Dobry Den ! Where can you go for 8 euro ? Zelezny Brod of course ! Go to Hlalvni Nadrazi with Metro C(red one). Take the train from Prague to Zelezny Brod. You will see train station is quite easy to understand ! I have found my way directly ! Train trip is almost 2...

    0 by Daphné, in What to see Prague, one year ago
  • Vzorkovna

    My Erasmus friends have often told me about the well-known and ever-popular Dog Bar. "We definitely have to go there at the weekend! You've been in Prague for a few weeks and you still haven't seen the Dog Bar - unbelievable. " OK. Said and done. We met directly in...

    0 by Jodie, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Prague, one year ago
  • Český Krumlov

    Český Krumlov is a small village in the south of Czech Republic, in the Bohemian Region, it is well recognized day and night by the castle it has in the middle of the city. The old part of the town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. I arrived in Český Krumlov by...

    0 by Joana, in What to see Prague, 2 years ago
  • Letná Park - Letenské sady

    Letná Park No matter how old you are, why you go to Prague or how long you stay, Letná Park has to have a place in your itinerary. On the banks of the Vlatva river you can enjoy a sunny day or the snow in Letná and have the perfect view over the entire city! The...

    0 by Joana, in What to see Prague, 2 years ago
  • Průhonice Park

    Ready for a Prague city center get-away?If you are studying a semester abroad in Prague you have to visit this park, it is beautiful during the summer with all the brusting colours coming out, during the autumn filled with orange and yellow colours and also during the...

    0 by Joana, in What to see Prague, 2 years ago
  • Karlštejn

    Where and how to go? Spend one of your days in Prague visiting the surroundings! Just 1 hour away from the capital of Czech Republic you can visit this huge castle with more than 600 years in Karlštejn! You can take a train to the city with the same name and from the...

    0 by Joana, in What to do Prague, 2 years ago
  • Riegrovy Sady

    Are you a student in Prague or just a visitor? Do you want to relaxe after an entire day of studying, working or walking around? Join all your friends, pick up some drinks and snacks and head to Riegrovy Sady! Here you can enjoy one of the best sunsets Prague can offer...

    0 by Joana, in What to see Prague, 2 years ago

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