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Photo Diary | Spring in Prague

You know, I am usually writing informative posts which are useful for my readers (at least I hope so 🙂 ) But today I would like to share a post just from the pure joy of photography. I absolutely love spring in Prague and over past month I went for a few walks to my favourite spring spots. If you are not sure what season is the best for visiting Prague, maybe these photos will help you to decide 🙂  Většinou se snažím přidávat články plné informací, které jsou užitečné pro mé čtenáře (aspoň  ...

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50 fun things to do in Prague

Before I travel to other cities I am always looking up the stuff what to do there besides the obvious sightseeing points. When I was doing some research for our next destination I had an idea to put together such a list for Prague. The first title was 30 fun things to do in Prague, but I was always coming up with new stuff so here is not 30 but 50 fun things to do in Prague! Enjoy your stay in Prague 🙂 1 Enjoy a bit of nature in the busy city centre and walk up to the Petřín Hill to enjoy  ...

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My favourite brunch spots in Prague

Are you a fan of brunches? I am a big one! I just love to enjoy a slow Sunday with friends in one of my favourite brunch spots in Prague. We are not going out for brunch so often and that probably makes these moments even more special. Of course, there are more breakfast/brunch spots in Prague, but for now – here are my 6 favourite ones where I am always happy to go again 🙂 Related read: 50 fun things to do in Prague Chodíte rádi na brunch? Já určitě. Moc si užívám pomalé nedělní  ...

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How to Enjoy Winter Break in Prague

If you don’t mind a bit of chilly weather, I think Prague is a perfect city to visit in winter. Well, Prague is for me perfect in all seasons (confession of Prague lover) but there are few advantages of visiting Prague in the winter time. Except for advent weekends and New Years Eve period, it is a tourists low season. That means much fewer people in the streets and very affordable prices for hotels! I mean, 4* hotel in the centre for 40 – 50 Eur per night (talking about January  ...

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