The Charles bridge crosses the river Vltava in Prague. It connects the Old Town with the Lesser Side and is the oldest preserved bridge over the Vltava. As part of the Prague Old Town, it is a UNESCO cultural heritage. The stone bridge is one of the oldest stone bridges in Europe. [Read more…]
Prague is the capital and most populous city of the Czech Republic.
We provide excursion and sightseeing tips and tips on the best food
At the top of the hour, people can be seen rushing to the Old Town Hall, and suddenly all of them stand still and stare at a wall. The Prague Town Hall Clock is located on the south wall of the Old Town Hall. It is also known as the Apostle Clock or Old Town Astronomical Clock. [Read more…]
In 1996 a really unusual office building was opened in Prague, the “Dancing House”. It was built in the deconstructivist style and was designed by Vlado Milunić and Frank O. Gehry. [Read more…]
What does the Expo / World Exposition of 1958 have to do with Prague? This was our question when we followed the signs for “Expo 1958” in Letná Park. [Read more…]
The Czech food is hearty, meaty and really delicious. But you should pay attention when out and about in Prague. Especially the restaurants in the Old Town area often lure tourists in with “cheap” menus, which can quickly become really expensive through hidden costs and extra charges. [Read more…]