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SamanthaRose SamanthaRose

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 In September 2015 I backpacked Amsterdam-Copenhagen-Malmö-Prague-Budapest via planes and trains.

Prague was absolutely beautiful, we spent our time strolling along the river, watching musicians and street performers in the Old Town Square and sipping cheap cocktails.

HomoToeristika HomoToeristika

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 Incredibly beautiful!! <3 

Brilliant_Disguise Brilliant_Disguise

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I had great time in Prague and fell in love with that city. I went there with my friends to visit our friend who has been there as an exchange student. I saw all the main spots I wanted to ( Charles Bridge, Dancing House, Astronomical Clock, cemetery, Petrin Hill, Lennon Wall, Prague Castle and St. Vitus Cathedral, gardens and parks etc.) and enjoyed the atmosphere a lot!

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I went to the international young adult Taizé meeting in Prague. It was very nice, though I missed the typical Taizé spirit. The city itself is wonderful, though, very picturesque and I would like to return some day to do some more exploring.

becki.ox becki.ox

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prague is a very big city with lots to explore, only four days and so much more to see so i will need to return! 

willdrown89 willdrown89

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City break in Prague for Lizzys 21st Birthday


MidnightDreamer MidnightDreamer

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The buildings there are gorgeous <3

EDIT 14-15/9/2014: I did it! Since I visited Bratislava, we were able to visit Prague for a few hours too, with the excruciatingly boring 4-hours-long train trip. Oh well, it was worth it! 

Here, have a picture of the waffles we ate (shop: Viva Praha)

el_david_91 el_david_91

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Wrocław - Prague trip during my Erasmus+ 14/15.

NabilIbrahim NabilIbrahim

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The most beautiful city I've seen.


gomezcamilo gomezcamilo

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It was very cold, but a beautiful small city. The Charles bridge, the astronomical clock, the castle...worth every minute of the visit.


karen_ok karen_ok

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Beautiful city but need more than 4 days to see it all and have some relaxing time - walked off our feet! Incredible architecture and history, however. Great tour with Sandemans and lovely hot chocolate at the chocolate cafe on Nerudova.

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Had an incredible experience in Prague and Czesky-Krumlov in summer 2014. Wrote up a detailed blog post here:




britaszy britaszy

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Beautiful place. I loved all the street performers.


Movupper Movupper

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Visited Prague last week, and it's a beautiful city, had a lot of fun there with my girlfriend.


kpetrova kpetrova

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Beautiful place. 


moniqua_91 moniqua_91

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Prague is a fantastic city. The beer is cheap, the food is great and the architecture is simply stunning. Especially seeing Franz Kafka's art inspired throughout the streets, and of course the Lenon Wall. I would like to go back one day to see it in the summer when the architecture of the midtown apparantly reflects gold.


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Historical city, very interesting culture, amazing architecture, very well preserved UNESCO city, beautiful gardens and green spaces...Another item from my bucket list done and won't be forgotten for the best of reasons!

Photos were taken by me.

jenniferann64 jenniferann64

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 I spent approximately one month in Prague and it was beautiful and diverse there. So much history and unique sights to see. 

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 went there twice in 2008 and 2009

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June 2013 saw us venturing to new parts of the world – Poland and the Czech Republic. Slight concern all round due to a state of emergency being declared in Prague due to extreme flooding just a fortnight before we were due to go!

But we weren’t about to let a little thing like nature gone rogue to stop us so off we trotted.

We headed into the old town centre to check out some of the awe inspiring architecture of Prague.

Arriving just before the hour in the old town square – Staroměstské náměstí – we were perfectly placed to see one of the main tourist sights, the Astronomical Clock striking the hour.

This beautiful piece of time keeping art dates from the 15th century.

The clock is intricately constructed, and each hour crowds of people gather to watch the procession of the Twelve Apostles.

Every hour, a small trap door opens and Christ marches out ahead of his disciples, while the skeleton of death tolls the bell in a grim nod to the passage of time.

Four figures flank the clock and these represent things that were despised at the time of the clock’s making. From left to right the first is vanity, represented by a figure admiring himself in a mirror.

Next, the miser holding a bag of gold represents greed. Across the clock stands Death, a skeleton that strikes the time upon the hour. Finally, the Turk represents pleasure and entertainment.


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