Let’s wander a little bit in the streets of Prague…for some reason it sends me signals of melancholy to look at these pictures, I assume because the city style was kind of mixed; so many arts and eras put together. The Gothic buildings especially sometimes creep me out! But we are here to have fun, so if you are going in Prague, just get lost in the streets of the old town and you will not regret it!
During November, we decided to take a weekend trip to a new city for us and just by looking at the flight prices and hotel deals, I have to say Prague was very appealing! We booked a bit hesitantly (we were waiting for the trap, we couldn’t believe it was such a good deal), but I am happy to say we were completely wrong.
Prague is a very good destination for a weekend and a couple. Quiet, beautiful, romantic, travelling you back in time and living again that fairytale are just some of the phrases I could use to describe this city.
We spent 3 days there, from Saturday morning to Monday afternoon, transport from/to the airport is easy and you can stay in the city without spending a fortune. Moreover, it is a quite affordable destination for most European citizens. Cafes and restaurants were lovely, great variety and very good food! Sadly, this beautiful city has been flooded various times, but somehow the locals have preserved and restored the historical centre and the whole city excellently. Well done!
Below you will see some photos but more posts will come. You are welcome to ask me for any tips! I hope you have a good time whenever you decide to visit!
What a wonderful city! I recently came back from a lovely weekend in Prague and I cannot stress how much I enjoyed it! We landed there Saturday morning from Copenhagen and returned Monday night. The city was filled with tourists and we were told numerous times that this was nothing and that it was not a touristic period! I wonder how much more crowded it can get!
We were extremely lucky to have good and sunny weather, making it so easy and fun to explore the city. You can use the first 2 days to familiarize with Prague centre and the third day to wander in the city without a map! It’s that easy!
If I knew better, I would have kept few more days to explore Český Krumlov (a picturesque village 2 hours from Prague) and Karlovy Vary (spa in Bohemia).
In my next posts I will try to fill you with images of beautiful Prague! Below you will see a park that is located below a bridge in river Vltava. Enjoy!