Worth to Visit Places nearby Prague

The Konopiste Castle (Benešov – Prague)

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It was probably the Prague bishop Tobias of Benešov who founded Konopiště in 1294, following the typical design of French fortresses with cylindrical towers, a fortified watchtower, four gates, and a drawbridge. In 1327, Konopiště became property of the Sternberg house more then 275 years. In the 17th through 19th century, the castle passed from […]

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Karlštejn Castle – History and Photos

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Karlštejn Castle is one of the most places near by Prague. If you are visiting Prague for a week you should  visit Karlstein! You can alsı hike around the castle! It’s beautiful colourful and easy hiking road! History of The Castle It was established by the Czech king and Roman emperor Charles IV as a place […]

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Don’t miss to visit “Sweetest Ground Squirrels” near by Prague!

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If you are going to visit Czechia for a bit long time here is one tip from me: Mlada Boleslav’s national reserve has those sweetest ground squirrels that are not afraid to eat straight from your hand! ??? #prague #praguephotographer#praguephoto #praguewalkingtour#praguetip #praguetour#mladaboleslav #pragueexcursion#czechnature #naturalreserve  

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Kampa Island

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Kampa Park in The Island This park island between the Vltava River and its side branch, Čertovka, where you can see the big mill wheel from 15th century former Grand Priory Mill. Charles Bridge Stairs (Direct Connection with the Bridge) One of the most Picturesque places in Prague beautiful simetry and historical view… Not surprisingly, […]

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The Most Popular Places for Daily Trip Around Prague

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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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