Europe, Getting Lost (Travel), Uncategorized

18 Photos to Inspire You To Visit Prague

Prague, often dubbed ‘The Paris of the East,’ is a charming city chock full of history, quaint shops and hearty foods. I was able to get a flight from Fort Lauderdale to Prague for $57 roundtrip (more on this in an upcoming post!), so I took a mini-vacation during the fall.

Let me tell you – Prague does fall quite exquisitely. From the trees bursting with orange and yellow leaves along the Vltava river to the delightfully warming foods found at cafes throughout the city, you’ll be sure to have a great time basking in this Czech Republic city’s atmosphere.

However, if you can’t make it during the fall, Prague is beautiful regardless. Here are 18 photos to inspire you to visit Prague!

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Enjoying trdelnik in Old Town Square. Trdelnik isn’t traditional Czech, but it’s a popular tourist dessert – still worth it to try!
Old Town Square


The Vltava river


St. Vitus Cathedral in the Prague Castle complex
St. Vitus Cathedral in the Prague Castle complex


One of 30 statues on the Charles Bridge
Jan Hus statue
Statue of Czech-born author Franz Kafka
Prague Astronomical Clock
Jewish Quarter (Josefov)
Jewish Quarter (Josefov)

Have you been to Prague before? Let me know your favorite areas of Prague in the comments below!

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