Prague is an ancient city, where everyone can easily find their favourite corner, where he will be warm and interesting.
How long have you had the feeling a miracle? In adult life we do not allow our dreams to rise above reality, and very rarely feel true joy.
One advantage of adulthood is that we have more opportunities to travel and fulfill their desires. In this collection of photos I propose you experience a miracle, a virtual visiting Prague.
With the most outstanding ancient monuments in the world, Prague will instantly immerse you in the tale. Cobbled square with the masterpieces of Gothic architecture are fraught atmosphere of those times, when there were wandering kings and Princess, and on Sundays going to a bustling farmers ‘ markets. Being the historical capital of Bohemia, Prague will turn your journey into a fabulously easy affair. The city is home to the largest ancient castle in the world, and many churches have seen the most significant events in the history of Europe.
The medieval atmosphere is better felt while walking through the Charles bridge crossing the longest river in the Czech Republic. A 10-minute walk from the bridge located on the Old town square with the famous Astronomical clock of Prague in 1410 times of the year. Here you can try one of the local delicacies of Prague: grilled cheese and other Goodies Czech street food. At night the city becomes even more mysterious way that can be felt during a special night tour of the Prague legends. 20 photos of Prague in this collection will help you to feel the magic of Prague adventure. Of course, it is better to visit the city and see all it live at least once in your life.
The famous Charles bridge connects the land on either side of the Vltava river, which reaches 430 km long, 30 of which have on the city border of Prague.
Old Town Square
The historical centre of Prague consists of the Old town, Lesser Town and New Town. It is included in the cultural heritage list of the United Nations and UNESCO playing a leading role in the state’s history since the middle Ages.
The view from the top
The view from the bird’s eye view really allows you to appreciate the greatness of the architectural landscape of the city, from its tiled roofs to winding paths.
Old town square
The city is admired for its colorful Baroque buildings and squares.
The old town is rich in monuments and various attractions. In the city hall curious tourists can visit the city hall of Prague.
Prague watches are in third place in the list of the oldest astronomical clocks in the world, which is still running to this day. A dark legend surrounds this attraction: it is said that if the watch stops, the city will die.
The Church Of The Virgin Mary
A variety of Gothic Church towers dot the skyline of Prague, giving it the nickname “City of a hundred Spires”, but the Church of the virgin Mary is the main Church in the area. This place is also associated with the legend of Disney: according to rumors, the tower inspired by Walt Disney on the design of Sleeping beauty’s castle.
The Spires Of Prague
The city’s skyline, topped by numerous spikes, which are inseparably connected with the history of Prague.
Tired after seeing the sights of Prague? Why not relax in some unusual street cafe?
The Jewish quarter is also part of the Old town. Many people visit the Old Jewish cemetery, the oldest preserved in Europe.
Across the river from the Old town is a Small Town also known as Mala Strana.
Petrin Hill opposite the Charles bridge provides a beautiful view of the city and is one of the most popular places for photos.
Estates theatre, national theatre and State Opera house exhibit of art by three major genres: ballet, Opera and drama.
The Cathedral Of St. Vita
Owned by the Czech government and is part of the Prague castle, St. Vitus Cathedral, the oldest and most famous Church in the city.
Winter in Prague can be quite harsh and snowy, but at other times of the year here very comfortable and pleasant weather for travel.
Beer with a view
Beer is the main product in the city, the history of brewing which started in the 13th century. Beer as an important product in the culture of Prague, as museums and theatres.
Prague is best known for its blond Lager, or Pilsner. The official tourist portal lists 28 open Breweries and beer bars that serve a variety of Beers. Don’t forget to try the local delicacies — fried pork knuckle and smazeny cheese.
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