Day 1 - 22 Oct 2021
Content: This eleven-metre-tall statue is a technical marvel of the 21st century in the centre of Prague. Forty-two moving panels rotate to create the face of the famous Czech writer Franz Kafka. The statue created by the artist David Černý is situated near the Quadrio Shopping Centre, it combines art with modern technology adopting the traditional “golden hands” of Czech craftsmen.
Content: also known as the Jerusalem Synagogue for its location on Jerusalem Street, is a synagogue in Prague, Czech Republic. It was built in 1906, designed by Wilhelm Stiassny and named in honor of the silver Jubilee of Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria.
Content: We stay here for all the trip! Amazing and in a good position 🥰
Day 2 - 23 Oct 2021
Content: This cafe is a MUST SEE!
Content: For a photo like this, we recommend going very early in the morning, to avoid tourists
Content: The clock mechanism has three main components — the astronomical dial, representing the position of the Sun and Moon in the sky and displaying various astronomical details; statues of various Catholic saints stand on either side of the clock; "The Walk of the Apostles", an hourly show of moving Apostle figures and other sculptures, notably a figure of a skeleton that represents Death, striking the time; and a calendar dial with medallions representing the months. According to local legend, the city will suffer if the clock is neglected and its good operation is placed in jeopardy; a ghost, mounted on the clock, was supposed to nod its head in confirmation.
Day 3 - 24 Oct 2021
Content: It’s amazing strolling around the Old Town, you can enjoy all the beautiful little streets.
Content: TRDLO: Prague is full of this! You must eat one with Nutella..amazing!
Content: you absolutely must try the soups at this place
Day 4 - 25 Oct 2021
Content: The style is known as deconstructivist ("new-baroque" to the designers) architecture due to its unusual shape. The "dancing" shape is supported by 99 concrete panels, each a different shape and dimension. On the top of the building is a large twisted structure of metal nicknamed Mary'. In the middle of a square of buildings from the eighteenth and nineteenth century, the Dancing House has two main parts. The first is a glass tower that narrows at half its height and is supported by curved pillars; the second runs parallel to the river and is characterized by undulating mouldings and unaligned windows. The famous dancers Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers are represented in the structure. A tower made of rock is used to represent Fred. This tower also includes a metal head. A tower made of glass is used to represent Ginger.
Content: Vytopna Restaurant at Wenceslas Square serves good food and drinks at reasonable prices. But its unique attraction is a 400m miniature railway which runs around the entire restaurant, and even down the centre of the tables you sit at. This is no gimmick, the technology employed is complex. The restaurant's owners are passionate about traditional railways and have developed miniature train networks for years. The trains reach speeds of 20km per hour, and they deliver drinks to your table sitting in their wagons!
Day 5 - 26 Oct 2021
Content: Streleky Island: an hidden gem in the heart of Prague ❤️✨
Content: This is amazing during sunset and sunrise. To avoid tourists we prefer the sunrise!
Content: here you can find cheap and very good beer and crazy goulash
Day 6 - 27 Oct 2021
Content: The Lennon Wall.
Content: One of the most important and most beautiful Baroque gardens created thanks to the clever solution of František Maximilian Kaňka around 1720. It’s one of the city’s smaller gardens, but its unique architectural design on an irregular slope as well as the artistic and historical value of its decoration ranks it high in importance in Europe.