Prague part 1 (for tourists)


pr2I can’t really write anything for tourists. Usually tourists travel in big organized groups or with a detailed book guide of the place they are visiting.

Tourists have already their source of information and they rather prefer to go for the certain than for the uncertain.

This post will be only a small photo gallery dedicated to one of the most beautiful european city: Prague, capital of the Czech Republic.

In my next posts I will provide my usual tips for a budget experience in Prague (and Czech Rep) and some off the beaten track suggestion.

Meanwhile I hope you can enjoy my ‘touristic’ Prague🙂

pr3 Presidential palace / change of the guards

pr4 Vltava river with view of the castle

pr6 Vltava river with one of the many boats

pr7 astrological clock

pr8 Wenceslas square

pr5 Charles’s bridge

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