Prague Czech Republic: A Photo Diary + Things To Do
Heading to Prague?
Previously, I had written about Christmas Markets in Europe and included some photos from a market in Prague. The last few weeks I have been working with Czech Republic Tourism on a social media campaign to promote different destinations in the country. It’s been really great exploring more of the country visually through photos on Instagram and reading about places on their website. I had never shared much about my time in Prague when I was there during my round the world trip.
Having been frustrated with the state of hostels and wanting to stretch out my dollar back then, I decided to take up offers from friends who offered to host me. Many friends loved Prague so I decided to go last minute and stay with my friend Matt from Canada.
When I went to Prague, I flew via Easy Jet from Amsterdam. My friend Matt was teaching English in Prague and I stayed with him for about 5 days. He was kind enough to let me crash on his couch while I explored the city. It was December and at that point, my dislike for Christmas was starting to set in. It had come to my realization that being in Europe during Christmas was not the best idea since I dislike the holiday season. Alas, I had not planned to be in Europe in the winter at all but life situations made it so.
Without a pre-planned itinerary, I just wandered aimlessly around the city. Much of the fine details, I can’t recall anymore. But luckily I have some photos that help jog my memory. Photos of the Prague Castle, the Charles Bridge, taking a free walking tour by Sandeman’s, going to a very smoky local pub with my friend Matt, even finding a cheap (for Europe) Thai massage place, the cool looking Metro system, and of course, admiring Tancici Dum or Frank Gehry’s Dancing House.
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The famous rooftops
More rooftop views
By the Charles River
St Vitus Cathedral
Zizkov Television Tower
Visiting Prague Castle
Exploring Prague Castle
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