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  • Day 18 A free day in Prague meant sleeping in because there was no rush to get up early to be on the road. It was a lazy morning with breakfast around 9am then we headed to town around 10am. The tram Posted by Szufan in Half way around the world | Oct 1, 2018
  • Day 17This morning we visited the Mauthausen concentration camp in Austria. Many non-Jews were moved there and were forced into hard labour. It was mind blowing to learn more details as we stood on the ground they were in; and even Posted by Szufan in Half way around the world | Sep 28, 2018
  • KrenoviceJan parents, Edita and Jiri were so welcoming and between broken English and German and hand signals we were able to communicate beautifully. In fact, Lucia and Sam were playing together without being able to communicate. Edita worked Posted by Ktepting in Epting's European Adventure | Aug 11, 2018
  • Prague After a wonderful few days in Coburg and Bayreuth, visiting family and seeing the sights we said goodbye to Johanna and started the drive to Prague. As Navigator, I try to find interesting routes and stops along the way rather Posted by Ktepting in Epting's European Adventure | Aug 11, 2018
  • Day 5Berlin - Prague Prague - Krakow (overnight) We left Berlin this morning. Although it was a bit of a struggle to get seats on the train, we found a decent amount of space in an air con carriage with WiFi. Once we Posted by ThompsonHoliday in Interrailing 2018 | Jul 25, 2018
  • Prague, Czech RepublicI expected Prague to be nice because I had heard so many nice comments about this city. It is prettier and more sophisticated than I had anticipated. [[Prague]] We arrived late on Tuesday. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/883444/BE27BFD0- Posted by steven1600 in The Trambunctious Leporine 2018 | Jul 16, 2018
  • PragueBeautiful! We pounded the streets wearing out our shoes and legs exploring every inch of this city. We spent time in Synagogues, Churches, and castles. We averaged about 7 miles a day with the last day adding 50 flights of Posted by joannereyes in Travel the World | Jul 7, 2018
  • Are you Brenda?Mr Henry had never before slept in a one-by-three metre bike shed, but on this trip he spent not one but two nights in one. This was, after all, Amsterdam, the bike capital of the world. The home owner’s derelict Posted by Mr Henry in Mr Henry Annexes Sudetenland | Jun 19, 2018
  • Day 7 (May 24) - PragueI simply don't have the words to describe old town Prague's beauty. So I'll just let the pictures do the talking. The old town is squeezed into a fairly small area, so you can get those sneakers on after breakfast, and Posted by sesh in Road Trip: Germany, Austria, Czech Rep | Jun 14, 2018
  • Day 6 (May 23): Vienna -> PragueFeeling somewhat beat after the hectic activity the previous day, we chilled for part of the morning, then decided to go take a look at the Hofburg, which was the principal residence of the Hapsburg rulers (the Schonbrunn was the Posted by sesh in Road Trip: Germany, Austria, Czech Rep | Jun 10, 2018
  • Prague and Pilsen, the Czech Republic, October 2017The capital of the Czech Republic, Praha, one of Europe's most beautiful cities, was once the capital city of the Kingdom of Bohemia. The historic centre of Prague is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Many of its churches and Posted by CherylGypsyRose in Cheap Seats At The Opera | Sep 23, 2018
  • Tech and 'trucs' v2'Trucs' is a French term that refers to stuff. During our trip, we observed several things that are commonplace in Europe but we had never encountered them. This is just a quirky blog entry where we capture some Posted by HosMiniTravels in Cruising the Rhine and Danube | Jun 5, 2018
  • PragueMay 19-24, 2018 We caught a double decker Flixbus for Prague, Czech Republic and sat upstairs which gave us marvellous views for the seven hours of travelling through rural countryside with stops in cities every 2 hours. Czech Republic is Posted by HosMiniTravels in Cruising the Rhine and Danube | Jun 5, 2018
  • Last day, visiting Malá Strana[float=right][/float]Today would be a bit more relaxing and less walking long distances then we did the previous days. We Posted by Astreia in Citytrips | May 28, 2017
  • Prague ZooPrague Zoo is pretty easy to visit. It is on the outside of town, so you need to go there with transport. The public transport system is really good. You take the right metro line to Nádraží Holešovice station, hop Posted by Astreia in Citytrips | May 27, 2017
  • Prague's most famousWe went towards Wenclaster Square, as our start for today. This is a very nice, very long street with a long square in the middle and shops on the side, and no cars. Like the Barcelona Ramblas, but way better. Posted by Astreia in Citytrips | May 26, 2017
  • Arriving in PragueWe have arrived in [[Prague]], after a short flight from Eindhoven Airport. We got a taxi to the hotel, hotel Brixen. It was outside the city centre, but on a walking distance and close to a metro station, I.P. Pavlova Posted by Astreia in Citytrips | May 25, 2017
  • Lazy days in PrahaHello to all. Well, a lay day of sorts just strolling around this lovely city centre. Stopped at the old town centre and went up the clock tower of the astronomical clock (being repaired as present), for some great views of Prague Posted by Mike and Sue in 2 Swans in Europe 2018 | May 22, 2018
  • Cross-country skiing - Mumlava boudaBefore the wall came down I've spent many vacations in the mountains in Czechoslovakia. Krkonose are the closest relatively high mountains (Mt. Snezka 1.602 m), so that's where I've been most frequently. Harrachov is one of the very popular resorts Posted by german_eagle in Harrachov in the Krkonose mountains | Jan 18, 2017
  • Cross-country skiing - Certova plan-RucickyAnother day trip to Harrachov was in order about a week later. We still had fantastic winter weather with blue sky and lots of snow. This time, after another pleasant and scenic train ride, a larger bus waited at the Posted by german_eagle in Harrachov in the Krkonose mountains | Jan 26, 2017
  • Czech Beer, yum!Good evening to you all, after another lovely day in Prague. After a nice breakfast, which included an egg station ( in name only as the omelette......well less said the better!), we set off to visit Prague Castle via the hop Posted by Mike and Sue in 2 Swans in Europe 2018 | May 21, 2018
  • Praha turns it on!Well, what a wonderful day in a beautiful city! Sunny skies greeted us, with a temp going to the mid 20’s. Normal service resumed with breakfast, egg station and all! Off to the hop on hop off bus, well there is quite Posted by Mike and Sue in 2 Swans in Europe 2018 | May 20, 2018
  • Barcelona to PragueEvening bloggers! Not much to report today as we spent it traveling to Prague. Slept in, as we had late check out, then to the areobus (which is the best cheapest way to the airport), for a 40 minute ride to the Posted by Mike and Sue in 2 Swans in Europe 2018 | May 19, 2018
  • Prague 2014 - Prague Photos [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/935435/1056071_13986292266269.jpg thumb=https://photos.tr Posted by TravelingThor in Prague 2014 | Apr 15, 2014
  • Christmas Market in Prague 2015We took the train going to Prague [Prague-travel-guide-276556] from Dresden for a day tour. Travel time was approximately 2 hrs. one way. Visited the old town square. I've rea Posted by ilovenewjersey in Adventures by ilovenewjersey | Dec 6, 2015
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