Prague the Most Iconic 6 Photo Location

THE MOST ICONIC LOCATIONS IN PRAGUE

This article contains a list of the best photography spots in Prague. This city is known for its stunning architecture, picturesque bridges and charming streets. In this guide, we’ll show you some of the best photography spots in Prague.

If you have booked a Prague photo shoot with us, then you will find valuable tips about which place looks better at different times of the day and in different seasons. By the way, my name is Kemal, I’m the founder of the company and my favorite lens for landscapes is the 24mm f1.2 & 50mm f1.2 Canon.

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CHARLES BRIDGE

This 14th century bridge is a popular spot for photographers due to its stunning views of the city and the Vltava River. It’s lined with statues of saints, historical towers (Old Town Bridge Tower, Lesser Tower) and offers a great vantage point for capturing the city’s skyline.

Duration:

20min. | 60min.

What to wear:

Full guide for style & cloths

2

OLD TOWN SQUARE – ASTRONOMICAL CLOCK

Old Town (Staré Mesto), is a lively cobblestoned center with landmark attractions such as the medieval Astronomical Clock and the Gothic Church of Our Lady Before Týn.

Duration:

20min. | 40min.

What to wear:

Full guide for style & cloths

3

MALOSTRANSKA – BY THE VLTAVA RIVER – KAMPA ISLAND

Photos from your travel that you will cherish for a lifetime and you will proudly display at home over the years…

Duration:

20min. | 40min.

What to wear:

Full guide for style & cloths

4

JOHN LENNON WALL

This colorful and constantly changing graffiti wall, dedicated to the late musician, is a popular spot for street photography. The wall is located in the Lesser Town neighborhood, and it’s a great place to capture the city’s vibrant culture.

Duration:

10min. | 20min.

5

PRAGUE CASTLE

Sitting high on a hill overlooking the city, Prague Castle offers panoramic views of the city and the chance to photograph historical buildings such as St. Vitus Cathedral. The castle complex is also home to several other notable buildings, including the Basilica of St. George and the Golden Lane.

Duration:

30min. | 120min.

Notes:

Prague Castles has great gardens and view points but they are only open limited time May-Novem. Plese confirm with us.

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VOJAN GARDEN

Vojan Gardens, also known as Vojanovy Sady, is a public park located in the Lesser Town area of Prague. It’s a beautiful and peaceful spot for nature photography and is known for its romantic atmosphere. The garden is situated on a hillside, offering great views of the city and the Vltava River.

The garden is home to a variety of plants and trees, including a rose garden, and a Japanese garden. There is also a pond, which is a popular spot for capturing reflections of the surrounding trees and sky.

The garden also features several sculptures and artworks, including a statue of the poet Jan Neruda, who was a frequent visitor to the gardens.

Vojan Gardens are relatively quiet and peaceful, making it a great spot to take a break from the busy city and enjoy the natural beauty of Prague. The park is open all year round, but it might be more beautiful during the spring and summer.

Duration:

30min. | 120min.

Notes:

Great for Prague Family photography where we can find beautiful nature and animals.

 

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WALLEDSTEIN GARDEN

Wallenstein Garden (Valdštejnská zahrada) is a Baroque garden in Prague, Czech Republic. It is located in the Malá Strana neighborhood, adjacent to the Wallenstein Palace.

The garden features geometric flowerbeds, statues, fountains, and a large central pond. It is open to the public and often used as a venue for concerts and other events. The palace is now the Czech Senate and the garden is open to the public. It is a popular spot for locals and tourists alike to relax and enjoy the scenery.

Duration:

30min. | 120min.

Notes:

Great for Prague Family photography where we can find beautiful Baroque garden, small pond and uniq peacocks.It’s open from April to till November

 

LIST OF OTHER BEAUTIFUL LOCATIONS IN PRAGUE

  1. The National Theatre (Národní divadlo) – historic theater and opera house. It is located on the banks of the Vltava River in the city center and is one of the most important cultural institutions in the Czech Republic.
  2. Petrin Hill – offers panoramic views of the city and is also home to the Petrin Observation Tower.

  3. Wenceslas Square – offers views of the city and the statue of Wenceslas.

  4. The Jewish Quarter – offers views of the historic synagogues and the Jewish Cemetery.

  5. The Dancing House – offers a modern architectural beauty to take a photo.

  6. The Church of St. Nicholas – offers views of the Baroque architecture of the church.

  7. The Church of St. James – offers views of the Gothic architecture of the church.

  8. The Church of St. Havel – offers views of the Gothic architecture of the church.

  9. The Church of St. Stephen – offers views of the Gothic architecture of the church.

  10. The National Museum – offers views of the architecture and the exhibits inside.

  11. The Municipal House – offers views of the Art Nouveau architecture of the building.

  12. The Powder Tower – offers views of the Gothic architecture of the tower.

  13. The Rudolfinum – offers views of the Art Nouveau architecture of the concert hall.

  14. The Vysehrad Castle – offers views of the castle and the city, as well as the St. Peter and Paul Basilica.

  15. Prague National Gallery

  16. Troja Palace (Especially Spring time)