Prague

Exploring Praha

My friend and I just got back from a nice vacation to Prague! It’s a beautiful city, rich in history, art, and architecture. We spent 5 days there, which was just a tad too long for me, but we were able to explore the city at a leisurely pace.

We took the Eurolines Bus to Prague from Berlin. It was only a 4 hr. 30 min. ride with a quick stop in Dresden.  Our trip was somewhat last-minute (we booked everything less than a week prior!), so the only hotel (cheap hotel :)) left was a Botel. That is a room on a boat!

Our room was pretty cozy, but it was old and it definitely showed! It was a nice experience, and we had a great view outside our window, however I don’t think I’d stay there again.

We met many people; Russians, Italians, Australians, and I even met a fellow Texan. I was very surprised to hear everyone speaking English around me. I don’t even hear that much English being spoken here in Berlin! My friend said it was just because we were in the touristy parts of the city.

I have quite a few experiences to share, luckily I have many photos to help explain! I’ll be posting more about Prague over the next few days!

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16 thoughts on “Exploring Praha

    1. Thank you, Barb! That’s wonderful that Prague is your sister’s fave city in Europe! I feel the city is overlooked a little, compared to other cities like London, Paris, Madrid, etc. It’s a really beautiful city, I’m glad I had the chance to visit!

    1. Nice post! I recognize the places in your photos, however, one looked different. The photo of Wenceslas Square. I didn’t see any type of garden around the city, except by the castle. I believe maybe they were damaged by the floods a few months ago. Thanks for sharing!

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