2016 Trip To Prague
Prague, Czech Republic, may be the most photographed cities in the world. I have been to a few large cities in North America, Europe and Asia. So far, Prague has the largest selection of old architecture that survived the wars. There were many historical sites in Old Town which is in Prague 1. We had the opportunity to stop over 2 days in the summer of 2016. We stayed in New Town close to Prague 1 and roamed around in Prague 1 and Old Town.
There were lots of picture-taking opportunities. We saw tourists from all over the world roaming around the city with all kinds of cameras. I was pleasantly surprised to see quite a few small supermarkets selling Asian instant noodles. There were some segway tours available even though we did not try any. Seemed like a good way to look around without walking too much.
The locals were quite relaxed and helpful to tourists as well. We hope to return one day and spend more time there.
Here are some of the pictures taken on the visit.
Around the city center:
Rotating 42-Layer Sculpture of Franz Kafka’s Head
One of oldest and still operational maternity hospital in Europe.
Along the river front and around Charles Bridge:
The Dancing House
One end of Charles Bridge.
Tower at Charles Bridge.
Franz Kafka Muzeum
A View of Old Town river front.
Around the Old Royal Palace: