Tuesday, 12 August 2014

Interrailing Days 6-8: Prague




 




















Prague roughly marked the halfway point of our journey, and what a beautiful way to mark half way. I was a bit apprehensive about our Prague stop,as we were staying in a 36 man dorm, but our hostel, the Czech Inn was beautifully styled and equipped, with a bunk bed, huge lockable box and charging point for each person.

As Prague was so cheap we ate out quite a lot, and this included more than a few cocktails, and my favourite, Tequila Sunrise! One warning I do have about Prague is there 'no tap water' policy. Where ever we ate we found that no one would serve tap water, and for people on a budget that is something to bear in mind.

Things to do in Prague:
  • Visit Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, and the winding streets that feed off it.
  • Find a market for some great bargains
  • Visit Jazz and Blues Club Ungelt for a relaxed evening full of music. We were also lucky enough to see a bit of Prague's Bohemia Jazz Festival that was going in the main square.
  • Visit the Astrological Clock on the hour
  • Rent pedallows and view Prague from the river (however, there were a few bloated dead sewer rats floating in the river, so not one for the faint hearted!)
  • Look out for buskers the 'Crocodile Quartet' a four piece string quartet who transform classics such as 'Stairway to Heaven' and 'I Love Rock 'n' Roll' with enjoyment and vigour.
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  1. This looks incredible! I hope to go interrailing one day :)

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    1. Thank you, it was certainly an experience! And it sounds interesting, I shall check out the details now H xx

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  2. I want to go to Prague so badly, I'm so jealous! It's really good that it's cheap so you can eat out a lot!

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    1. Yeh, first time we ate out all holiday really, it was lovely H xx

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  3. Stunning photos! I hope to visit very soon. Thanks for all the suggested things to do while I visit :)

    Jessica
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    1. Thank you, and your welcome, best wishes for your Prague trip H xx

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  4. Such a beautiful place! Amazing pictures! =D
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  5. Wow, so beautiful pictures, love every single one. *__*
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  6. Prague was one of my favourite stops on my interrail trip.

    ~ K

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    1. You went Interrailing too? What was your absolute favourite stop? H xx

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  7. Prague is such a lovely city - As I'm from Vienna I get to go there quite often and you're pictures now made me want to visit anytime soon again :)

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    1. Aw thank you lovely! And Vienna is such a beautiful city, you are very lucky!! H xx

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    2. I'm for Vienna as well! :)) I think Budapest is also such a lovely city !

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    3. Haha, funny you should say that, but I also went to Budapest a few days later, I loved it there, a gorgeous and cultural city! H xx

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  8. Prague really is an amazing city! I went there when I was about 14 with school, and still remember what a beautiful time we had! Oh my gosh that chocolate picture! Heaven!

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    1. Not only was the chocolate heaven, but it was so hot outside and the whole store was refrigarated, we stayed in there for ages!! H xx

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