Prague, Czech Republic

After Vienna, I took a four-hour bus ride over to Prague in the Czech Republic. Even though I stayed there for only three days and worked remotely for two of those days from a very nice apartment in the Prague 2 district, it was a nice introduction to the city. It’s very walkable, clean and affordable, with lots of beautiful buildings and people.

I would love to return there and try more of the local cuisine and walk around districts outside of Prague 1 and 2, which I got to visit this time. A flight between here and London-Gatwick was only about $40 and less than two hours, and the bus trip from Vienna was only $20. It’s remarkably accessible.

The Vltava River through the Prague 2 district at night.Náměstí Míru (Peace Square) in Prague.A couple hotels in Prague 1.A building in Prague 1.Pražský Orloj (Prague astronomical clock).A couple horses in front of a building in Old Town in Prague.Alleyway on the west side of the Vltava River in Prague 1.Doorway near the Vrtba Garden.Strahov Monastery in Prague.A gateway to the Strahov Monastery in Prague.Fall colors beyond a gateway in Prague.Buildings in Prague 1 beyond some colorful trees.Petrinska rozhledna (lookout tower) beyond a castle wall in Prague.Pedestrian square near Mustek in Prague.

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