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  • Highlights of my last two days in PragueI didn't do all that much these last two days - maybe the last six weeks of teaching and travelling had caught up with me rather, and I was in need of a rest. I was happy to relax in Posted by 3Traveller in Teaching and Travelling Abroad | May 26, 2021
  • UNESCO World Heritage Site: Historic Centre of PragueUpdate from April 2021: It turns out that the statue was of Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk, the co-founder and first President of Czechoslovakia, and 7th March was his birthday. That explains the military ceremony I saw in front of his statue... Posted by 3Traveller in Teaching and Travelling Abroad | Apr 15, 2021
  • Flixbus to PragueBefore I had to leave to get my Flixbus to Prague I had time for a last walk in Berlin, so I decided to wander down to the park next to the Fernsehturm (TV Tower) and St Marienkirche and Posted by 3Traveller in Teaching and Travelling Abroad | May 23, 2020
  • Plagues, Epidemics and Memorials - History Repeating Itself[center][/center] [center]Pestsäule - Plague Column - Vienna Austria[/center] Travel is my passion, and taking photos of my travels is my favorite hobby. So whe Posted by littlesam1 in Traveling Sam | Mar 21, 2020
  • Our Time in PragueWell, we officially made it! No lost luggage! No major incidents! Life is good! Our time in Prague consisted of a lot of choice of course! So many sites to see, and so much to do. The Prague castle, Charles Posted by ericmcdowell in Europe 2019 | Sep 26, 2019
  • Arrival into PragueAfter a long 12 hour flight from Canada to Czechia, we arrived in Prague...completely exhausted! The idea before leaving was to sleep-deprive ourselves, ensuring a restful sleep on the plane, and the energy to explore once we landed. BIG MISTAKE! Posted by ericmcdowell in Europe 2019 | Sep 20, 2019
  • Wanderlust _Summer 2019PRAGUE (MAY 7th & 8th Tues & Wed) In the know - Main Spots & Attractions Týn Church With The twin towers of this church on the Old Town square stand out on the skyline. Tyn church, also called the Church Posted by Brinz in Wanderlust _Summer 2019 | May 27, 2019
  • Like a Fantasy Layered Cake: Cesky KrumlovSo glad that I "Czech-ed off " this must-see UNESCO destination list. Český Krumlov... hmmm...sounds like a dessert name or even like the name of a crook. Pesky Český Krumlov . Sounds like him... [img= Posted by Marinarena in Danube Diary | Feb 6, 2019
  • Gaga for PrahaEmerging as a mega European destination, Prague, Czech Republic was the first stop of my official Danube Cruise trip. ***Note: The Danube river does not actually touch the city of Prague, rather, the Vltava, flows through here. However, Prague Posted by Marinarena in Danube Diary | Dec 4, 2018
  • 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
  • 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= Posted by steven1600 in The Trambunctious Leporine 2018 | Jul 16, 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
  • 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
  • Prague - A Storybook CityWe left Krakow mid-morning and boarded the train for the 7 hour ride to Prague. This train had compartments which we love. It was a rainy day so a good travel day for sure. Shai has become Posted by ChristisDream in Christi & Ray's Trip of a Lifetime | Oct 12, 2017
  • Great cities of Central Europe: Prague part ISomehow in 47 years of extensive travel first with my parents, and then on my own, I had missed out on Prague. For some time it had been the number one city on my list of the unseen, so I Posted by zzlangerhans in Fledgling Explorers | Jan 15, 2017
  • Heading HomeAs we began our homeward journey, Prague once again was blanketed in fog. Unlike some of our companions who left the hotel at 3:30 AM, we did not have to be ready until 11 AM. Our first hurdle was cleared Posted by Cybercsp in Viking Grand European Tour | Nov 26, 2016
  • Prague - Day 17 Sunday, 11/20Prague is even more beautiful when the sun comes out! We took the subway to begin our morning in Wenceslas Square. The National Museum is located here, along with numerous shops, hotels, restaurants, and offices. Historically, the square has been Posted by Cybercsp in Viking Grand European Tour | Nov 26, 2016
  • Prague - Day 16 Saturday, 11/19We awoke to pouring rain, and it continued to rain in varying degrees of intensity throughout the day. We had a four hour Viking tour of the city that included some time on the bus, but was primarily a walking tour, Posted by Cybercsp in Viking Grand European Tour | Nov 26, 2016
  • Prague - Day 15 Friday, 11/18Founded around the year 885, Prague has been a center of trade and commerce for well over 1000 years. Having survived the destruction of world wars, it's architecture reflects its rich history. Prague has always been on our "TO DO" Posted by Cybercsp in Viking Grand European Tour | Nov 24, 2016
  • The Golden City Of One Thousand Spires - PRAGUEAt first sight the layout of Prague is definitely medieval - with its narrow-winding-cobblestone streets, tight imposing architecture and the gorgeous Charles Bridge straddling the Vltava river. Within an hour of walking through this city, it dawns on you Posted by Ceej in Around the world | Oct 10, 2015
  • Praguefood2 Posted by katdouble in Open a door... | Feb 9, 2015

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