In the deep South of Czechia (formerly known as the Czech Republic) there sits a magical little town nicknamed the Jewel of Bohemia. With it’s colorful streets, Baroque castle and snaking river, Cesky Krumlov appears to be straight out of a fairytale.
Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and it looks good from just about every angle. During my days here, I’ve been on a quest to find the best views and photo spots in the city, and it’s been a great way to get a lay of the land.
I’ve mentioned a few times how disappointed I’ve been in the insane crowds of people in Prague. When we wrapped up our stay in Krakow, we had to go back through Prauge, spending another half day in the city before moving on to Cesky Krumlov.
There is usually a bit of a learning curve when visiting other countries. Even though I always do basic research on customs and etiquette, there are just some things you have to learn from experience. Here are 11 Prague travel tips I picked up while visiting the Czech Republic’s capital.
Our days in Prague have revolved around finding the best views of the city. During our quest, multiple sources led us to Letna Beer Garden and it’s since become a daily sunset ritual.
Letna Beer Garden is just outside of Old Town, located within Letna Park.
The day after we arrived in Frankfurt, we hopped on a short 45 minute flight to the Czech Republic! Prague is one of the stops I’ve been especially excited for. Every time I mentioned our destinations to people, Prague has gotten the biggest reaction.