Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Maybe even the world! If you haven’t been to this wonderful city yet, here are 20 photos that will make you want to visit Prague in the Czech Republic.
I didn’t know what to expect from Prague. It was the only place I decided not to research during my two-week trip throughout Central Europe. All I knew was that everyone loved Prague.
And I can finally see why.
There’s just something magical about this city. I almost can’t even put it into words. But if I had to, I would probably say it was…
While traveling through Munich, Kevin said, “it just doesn’t look like how I pictured Europe would look.” And while I disagree with that statement, I knew what he meant.
This city is Europe personified. Between the Old Town, Malá Strana, Vinohrady and the several beautiful sites in all of these places, Prague is just stunning. There is so much history, color and detail in just about every building and site that your heart will burst.
You’ll never run out of things to see in Prague and each site is beautiful in its own, divine way.
I didn’t really get to experience the nightlife while in Prague, but a city with a great party scene is my kind of town!
It’s no secret how much I love Las Vegas. And I was getting some serious ‘Vegas vibes’ in Prague.
But it’s not just about the endless drinking and partying (which there is a ton of). It’s not the fact that this is one of the biggest beer capitals in Europe (which is true). It’s the fact that you can live and let live. There’s no judgement in Prague, no eye rolling and no rudeness. Just camaraderie and happy feelings.
Okay, right off the bat, I’m not crazy about absinthe. But I do love two things: trying new things and Ernest Hemingway.
Czech absinthe is served with a sugar cube and lit on fire, which was pretty awesome. The drink was syrupy, hot and strong AF. But it was an exciting new experience. Plus, it was one of Hemingway’s favorite drinks and he is one of my literary idols. So yeah, I like being surrounded by the Czech-absinthe-culture.