7 DAYS IN PRAGUE
I’m finally back on the blog after a couple of months away because of vacation and getting back to school to my finale exam and graduation. I am such a happy girl at the moment because I now am an educated photographer. Very proud because I got this long and made my dream come true.
Anyways guys. I just wanted to give a quick update on what was going on in my life and why the absence.
Now I want to share with you my trip to Prague. I truly fell in love with this city. It was my first time visiting, but it won’t be the last. It’s a place you can go to again and again. I’m very fascinated by the old buildings and architecture and I love to explore the small streets and alleyways.
Just a few pictures before going to the list of things we did:
The Charles Bridge is very touristy by day, but such a beauty in the evening. We sat down at a café with a perfect view to the bridge and watched the sunset and the lights turned on the bridge. Makes you appreciate the beauty of this city.
When you’ve crossed the Charles Bridge you get to Mala Strana also called Lesser Town. I found this place very charming, also because it is one of the most historic regions.
Also a popular tourist attraction we visited. The castle grounds are free to access, but you have to get a ticket to see certain things. There are 3 types of tickets, so you can decide which independent tour to go on.
We got circuit A: St. Vitus Cathedral, the Old Royal Palace, The Story of Prague Castle, St. George’s Basilica, Golden Lane with Daliborka Tower, the Powder Tower, and Rosenberg Palace. But we did not manage to visit everything unfortunetly.
We went to The National Technical Museum and afterwards walked to Letna Gardens to experience the view. We encountered some unpleasent types, so we did not go further up to get a better view unfortunetly. But I did get some epic views of some of the other places we went.
BOATING ON THE VLTAVA RIVER
We walked down the street one morning and got this view pictured below. It looked so peaceful but also fun, so we went sailing. I can definitely recommend it, also to get a few minutes away from noise and tourists and just be in the moment and enjoy the view.
One of the greatest things about traveling, is to get to know the history and the culture of the city or country your visiting. If you are planning your own trip to Prague, I hope that I could inspire. Thank you for reading!