From Prague’s Old Town down to the New Town

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17 Responses

  1. Travelquartz says:

    This is very detailed post on Prague. I’m going to use this information before visiting this destination. I’m so glad you took those pictures from the Cafe, stunning shots.

  2. Dominika says:

    You sure did capture beautiful images of this beautiful country. I love how you told the story.

  3. Tyra says:

    Wow, can I just teleport myself to Prague and have an Autumn Photoshooot there?! Your photos are beautiful! I would love to visit the Cathedrals and this dancing house you speak of. It looks cool!

  4. Kimberly says:

    I need to go to the Christmas market ! That would be so nice to experience. I think it’s really cool to see the different structures in the old town versus the new town

  5. Helene says:

    Isn’t it a bit early to have a Christmas market? I love that!:D The views from up high are so stunning with all the red roofs, reminds me of Croatia!

  6. Travelquartz says:

    this blog is a visual delight to all the readers, though we have heard about these place here we are having a virtual tour, the dancing houses was something new I learned from this blog too, thank you for all the information shared.

  7. Heraa says:

    This is a really nice guide for Prague the pictures are really nice and so fascinating. I will share it with a friend who is planning a trip to Prague soon.

  8. Aditi says:

    Prague ranks no. 1 on my bucket list currently! I always dream of walking on the Charles Bridge amongst many other things to do. I’d love to tread most of it on foot. Lovely post. Cheers!!

  9. Wonderful detailed post! I loved Prague -we spent a wonderful ten days there last summer and enjoyed it so much. My favourite places was Vysehra fortress – beautiful views over the city, park and beautiful church and cemetery.

    • Alexine says:

      thank you Alex, yeah Prague is a great city, I will surely come back and try to visit that place that you’ve been to get a chance to see a different side.

  10. Noel says:

    I’ve never heard of the Lady of Snow before. I had goosebumps reading it. Hahaha. I’ll look for more information about that Church. Hmmm…

    • Alexine says:

      Thanks Noel, me neither, I didn’t knew it til I came to Prague. I love reading landmarks and monuments histories, It’s keeps me hydrated (mentally) 😉

  11. DTG says:

    What a fantastic informative post or Prague – cannot wait now to visit again and explore it more, I have saved your post as my guide for the city, as it is so detailed and interesting. Your photos are always stunning. Great post.

    • Alexine says:

      Thank you DTG, I appreaciate it, I do invest a lot on my photos cause I love taking tons of them sometimes the most difficult part of making a blog post is to choose the right photos or the ones that you love 🙂 hard choice right.

  12. Hey I am not very much of a luxury travel but Places like Prague are worth visiting for every traveler. whether it be Its organised townships or colonial design. Prague is a place of visiting and forgetting yourself and all your stress for a while.
    Nice Post fella . Keep the good work up 🙂

    • Alexine says:

      thank you Prabhakar, I’m not into luxury travel either. I just try to travel as much as I can with budget allocated for it. Sure thing is Prague is a cheap city than Barcelona. thanks for dropping by

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