Day 1 - 14 Nov 2021
Content: We arrived at the Prague Airport and took a taxi to accommodate in our hotel.
Content: Luxury and elegant hotel, best stay in Prague.
Content: After leaving the luggages in the hotel, we went to the Old Town Square to see the Astronomical Clock. Some facts about the Astronomical Clock: 1️⃣ THE BIZARRE LEGEND BEHIND PRAGUE'S ASTRONOMICAL CLOCK TOWER. According to legend, the creator of Prague’s Astronomical Clock Tower, Hanus Carolinum, was blinded by the Old Town councillors with a hot poker. They did this out of fear that Hanus would recreate the clock in another city and make this one less famous and unique. 🙈 2️⃣ AND YET IT'S BEEN REPLICATED EXACTLY! …However an exact replica of the Astronomical Clock can be seen in the Hongdae district of Seoul in South Korea! 3️⃣ BEFORE MODERN SCIENCE. The clock was designed around 200 years before people knew that it was in fact the Earth that rotates around the Sun. This is why you can see the Earth surrounded by orange, black, green and blue motives, which stand for the 4 phases of the day. 4⃣ THEEE IS A STATUES SHOW EVERY HOUR
Content: A Must try is Trdlo (also called Trdelnik), the dough is a a sweet bread stuffed with nutella, whipped cream and other ingredients.
Day 2 - 15 Nov 2021
Content: This hotel has a terrace with a beautiful view on the Old Town Square
Content: Rotating Kafka head. Quite a cool attraction to see. The head is located in front of a shopping mall, hence you can go there for shopping or simply to drink a coffee to Starbucks.
Content: Spectacular bridge, nice to see at night when the light goes down. Charles Bridge is connected with a number of legends... 🗣️ One of those I have heard the most tells that touching one of the statue will ensure you good luck and guarantee your return to Prague. 🍀 But, pay attention because it is not a random statue that will give you all this luck BUT a particular one: the statue of St. John of Nepomuk. 🤷🏻♀️Do not worry if you don't know what we are talking about, surely you may hesitate when looking at the 30 Baroque statues situated on the balustrade. 💡 That's why I'll give you some hints to recognize the right one: 1️⃣ It is the 8th statue on the right hand if you are heading from Old Town Square towards the Prague Castle. 2️⃣ It may be easier for you to look for the shiny-like-gold spot on the bottom of one of these statues and probably you may spot a bunch of tourist around admiring this plaque and waiting in line to immortalize that touch in a photo.
Day 3 - 16 Nov 2021
Content: 📍 Park Cihelna. This is a great place with a spectacular view of the Charles Bridge and Prague. 🌉 📸 Photo tip: There are always a lot of friendly swans 🦢, ducks🦆, birds and waterfowl 🐦that people feed from their own hands. You can bring some bread and feed these charming creatures as well but, watch out from pigeons (which I don't like particularly 🦅) catapulting towards you like a waterfall when you start sprinkling with food the ground around you.
Content: A Gothic Church located in Namesti Miru. It is nice during Christmas period because of the nicest Christmas tree and the traditional market.
Content: Klobása and draft beer are a must to try in Prague. You can find these meals in any restaurants of Czech Republic.
Day 4 - 17 Nov 2021
Content: This majestic building in Prague is called Dancing House. Its concept was inspired by the dance skills of the famous film couple – the stone tower symbolises Fred Astaire and the glass tower, his partner Ginger Rogers. Furthermore, a gallery and a restaurant with a terrace offering a 360° view of Prague can be visited in the Dancing House!
Content: One of my favorite coffee shops in Prague. There are new and different decorations according to the season. Botanica Coffee Truck is an oasis of peace, a lovely environment full of plants, flowers & colorful decorations where you can drink very good coffee and fill your phone gallery of great shots.
Day 5 - 18 Nov 2021
Content: For a romantic sunset view go to Riegrovy sady. There is a view to Prague Castle and a big park with pubs and restaurants. Catch the sunrise from Letná Park or Petřín Hill, it's might be tough to get up early in the morning but you will be rewarded with a suggestive view to the whole city and to the bridges.
Content: Nový Svět' (translated 'the New World'), an unpopular picturesque district not far away from the castle area, consisting of a few tiny streets, cute small houses and one of the most aesthetic Café with the best coffee in the city ☕
Content: To experience the original taste of the Czech cuisine don't be misleaded by the touristic pubs in the city center that may have "typical Czech cousine" on the signs. Walk away to another quarters with real Czech atmosphere, where you will also find cheaper beer 🍻 and the best typical czech meals (roasted duck, guláš - in the photo above - and svíčková). Best areas to visit are Vršovice and Vinohrady. Taste Slivovice and Becherovka, typical fruity or herbal alcoholic liquors made by Czechs
Day 6 - 19 Nov 2021
Content: This garden offers magnificent views of the St. Nicolas Church. During spring there are beautiful flowers and a different types of bird.
Content: The Municipal Library of Prague hosts a unique exhibit - a tower of hundreds of carefully stacked books assembled togheter with a strategically placed mirror that give the appearance of a never ending spiral of knowledge.
Day 7 - 20 Nov 2021
Content: Troja Palace is one of the most beautiful Baroque monuments located in the immediate vicinity of the Prague Zoo. The castle is surrounded by a gorgeous garden. Definetely a destination to mark on your list as one of the Top Places to Visit in Prague.
Content: This is a pilgrimage destination close to the Prague Castle. The structure consists of a cloister, the church, the Chapel and a clock tower with a famous chime.
Content: Monumental Wall filled with John Lennon inspired graffiti. The wal is constantly changing and being repainted.
Day 8 - 21 Nov 2021
Content: Žižkov television tower is a modern building visible from almost everything in Prague and recognizable for the singular shape and the babies climbing the tower. The tower hosts also a restaurant with a view and a few hotel rooms. You hate it or you love it 😉
Content: This famous library in Prague is one of my always favourite places. Located in the heart of the city, the terrace on top offers a magnificent view and the library room is incredibly gorgeous.
Content: Another of my favourite restaurants in Prague. You must try pork ribs or pork knee 🤤
Day 9 - 22 Nov 2021
Content: The national museum has stunning elegant interiors. You can see a dinosaur skeleton among other precious historical pieces. Definitely worth a visit!
Content: Refined café/restaurant in the heart of Prague with interior evoking the First Czechoslovakian Republic.
Content: Letná is a large park on Letná hill. The view on the Vltava river and on the bridges remind of the beautiful city of Venice in Italy. Letna Park is the best spot to catch a view of several of Prague's bridges in one shot! This place offers also great views to the city center, Prague Castle, TV tower and the Petřín hill 🗼 Head to the park's Hanavsky pavilion for an open view directly over the Vltava River, or walk around to catch additional sights from different angles 📸