Prague Tips & Hints

Charles Bridge

Charles Bridge is reserved for pedestrians and it’s one of the oldest Bridge connect Stare Mesto (Old Town) to Mala Strana (Lesser Quarter) Castle Area. From the bridge you can see numerous of other bridges Shooter’s Island & Slav Island (Zofin). From the Prague Castle side, under Charles Bridge there is a Kampa Island. In […]

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Prague Valentine’s Day Tour with Photographer

Romance is in the air while flowers and heart-shaped chocolates are flying off the shelves so it can only mean one thing – Valentine’s Day is near. There’s nothing quite like Valentine’s Day in Prague because no matter your relationship status, the Prague’s historical core has lots of things for you to fall in love […]

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Prague’s Sunset & Sunrise Times

For the photoshoot light is always matter, here you can find the Prague’s sunset and Sunrise times for whole year. January Sunset & Sunrise Times in Prague February Sunset & Sunrise Times in Prague March Sunset & Sunrise Times in Prague April Sunset & Sunrise Times in Prague May Sunset & Sunrise Times in Prague […]

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Prague “Sunset and Sunrise” Times in April

Prague April Sunset And Sunrise Times 1 April sunrise is starting 06:39 and sunset is 19:33, 30th of April is 05:40am for sunrise and 20:19 is for Sunset. Here you can find another days. 1 April 2020, Wednesday 06:39 19:33 12:54 2 April 2020, Thursday 06:37 19:35 12:58 3 April 2020, Friday 06:35 19:36 13:01 […]

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The Most Popular Places for Daily Trip Around Prague

The most popular destinations for daily trips are the castles of Karlštejn and Konopiště, both surrounded by beautiful wooded countryside. Alternatively you can head north, away from the hills and the tourist crowds, to the wine town of Mělník, perched high above the confluence of the Vltava and Labe (Elbe) rivers. Further north is Terezín, […]

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Stromovka park (Prague’s Central Park)

Many of you may have no idea that this park in Holešovice has its own reasons to celebrate another “fateful eight” year. The park dates back to 1268, founded by king Přemysl Otakar II to please himself and his Royal Court with a hunting-ground, and above it, a small Summer Palace. 750 years … That’ quite a bit […]

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Christmas Photoshoot in Prague

2019 Christmas is almost here! The main and most famous market is at Old Town Square where are ofter carol concerts and dance performaces. You can also find there the biggest and most decorated Christmas tree, the lights are switched on at 4:30 pm. Join us for the Christmas photoshoot in Prague. It’s gonna be […]

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Svatopluk Čech Bridge – Prague

The Bridge Which near by The Charles Bridge – Svatopluk Čech Bridge Construction of the bridge started in 1905 and finished in 1908. Its length is 169 m (one of the shortest in Prague) and width is 16 m. Bridge Photos by Kemal Onur Ozman The bridge connects the Prague districts Holešovice and the Old […]

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Upside-Down Horse – Prague

Upside-Down Statue of King Wenceslas Riding a Dead Horse New Town, Wenceslas Square, Lucerna arcade; polystyrene statue by David Černý was originally created for the installation in the court of the Main Post Office in Jindřišská Street as a part of Exhibition CZ 99. In 2000 it was installed in the passage Lucerna. St Wenceslas sits […]

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How to Save Money at Prague Hotels

Many hotels set their prices depending on the koruna’s market rate against the euro, so prices change frequently. Czech hotel reception attendants have little interest in haggling over room rates. Usually they don’t have authorization to veer away from the listed rates, and few have been instructed to jiggle the price in order to make […]

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