The most unusual things to do in Prague

The most unusual things to do in Prague

If you come to visit Prague, you’d probably be perfectly informed about the hidden wonders and other places which do not hide so much such as the astronomical clock, its impressive castle or the quaint and beautiful dancing house. But Prague is a city where many...
Day #44: Kampa Island

Day #44: Kampa Island

  6×9 negative color. A barge of tourists approaches, a group of English tourists yell at me -take a selfie! – while I close the opening of the camera with a piece of black tape.         SEE IN MAP    Kampa Island is one of the...
Day #43: Strelecky Ostrov

Day #43: Strelecky Ostrov

  I like cities that have spaces where you can be by yourself, public and intimate places where you can be alone. Prague has many of these places, despite being one of the major tourist cities in Europe.         SEE IN MAP    There are...
Day #42: Divadelni Street

Day #42: Divadelni Street

  I decided to live in this area because it’s close to the center but is still somehow quiet. Prague offers tranquillity and doesn’t take much to find it.         SEE IN MAP    The facade on both sides (especially the bank built on the...
Spring in Prague, the best time to visit the city

Spring in Prague, the best time to visit the city

Spring is a season that suits well to any city in the world: its lively colorful and mild climate makes it an attractive season and invites the visitor to live the streets and visit monuments alternating the cold and the heat. In Central Europe this spring charm is...
Day #41: BoHo Hotel under construction

Day #41: BoHo Hotel under construction

  Nacho Vives invites me to see the heart of the hotel. I get lost in the construction works and try to imagine where my photographs will be shown on every wall. This photograph is the only one in the collection that is a double exposure, which was accidental...
Day #40: Charles Bridge

Day #40: Charles Bridge

  This picture of the Charles Bridge was taken early in the morning. I had previously changed the diaphragm (f-235) for a smaller one. I didn’t expect Prague to be such a luminous city. I collected empty cans of Coca-Cola from the street for several days to...
Day #39: Kampa Island

Day #39: Kampa Island

  The center of Prague has the ability to transport you to nature through its channels, gardens and forests.         SEE IN MAP    Around the Kampa Island, with the devil’s channel as a natural belt, the visitor finds the natural break...
Day #38: Vysehrad

Day #38: Vysehrad

  Vysehrad, the haunted hill of Prague. A hopeless seeker of myths and legends is obliged to wander through its gardens and discover the first foundations of the city.         SEE IN MAP    A black church, garden of tombs, the Devil, St....
Enjoy Prague with children

Enjoy Prague with children

There are many different ways to enjoy a city like Prague: undoubtedly, the romanticism that surrounds the entire city makes it perfect for couple plans, but Prague also has a family atmosphere, which makes it suitable to spend unforgettable days in family. How can we...
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