Prague in Pictures

Ready for more photos? After Vienna, we went to Prague. It was probably our sketchiest hostel and we couldn’t grasp the language to save our lives and the money was really confusing but we still had a great time. It was the closest we got to Eastern Europe on this trip and might have been the most pleasant weather we experienced (other than London oddly). Also, they have really cheap beer.

In Prague

Prague Castle

Changing of the Guard

Prague

Strahov Library (Map Room)

Wandering the Garden

See more here. Munich is coming soon.

Previous cities: Athens, Rome, Florence, Venice, Vienna

5 thoughts on “Prague in Pictures

  1. Jenna (Literature and a Lens) August 2, 2011 / 8:44 am

    What gorgeous pics! I went to Prague a few years ago on my honeymoon and absolutely loved it. The history and architecture are amazing. It’s a city made for a camera.

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  2. Sandy August 2, 2011 / 9:35 am

    OMG that library! We had every intention of getting to Prague this year…it is actually not too far from where Robert’s parents live. But some other stuff got in the way, and I was sad. Eastern Europe is great for cheap beer, and we appreciated it even more after spending time in Norway, where beer was $15 plus per glass.

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  3. zibilee August 2, 2011 / 11:57 am

    Oh, I love that castle and that library! I love all these pictures that you have been sharing, and feel like I am seeing so much of the world just by looking at them. I can only imagine how you guys feel, having actually been there!

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  4. Sarah August 2, 2011 / 6:42 pm

    Wow, that libray is AMAZING! All of these pictures are, I can’t even imagine how wonderful it must have been to do this kind of traveling!

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