A four day itinerary for Prague

Prague is very much a walkable city and can be explored in districts, this is how the Grey Traveller did it.  Day One Old Town to include, Municipal Building, Goap Gallery and the Andy Warhol exhibition. Day Two Jewish area, convent and Ice Bar. Day Three Cross the Charles Bridge and explore the Castle area, river walk and Mala […]

Old Town Square, Prague

Prague‘s Old Town Square is the hub of the city surrounded by many buildings which are  all worth a closer look. Pastel colours mingle well with the terracotta roofs probably best seen on the observation area from the town hall. Street performers with cracking whips, large pandas and silver statues all seem to blend well with the […]

Eating chimney cakes in Prague

Well this is how I would describe a chimney cake …….it’s a horn of plenty, a sugar encrusted spiral of sponge filled with cream, ice cream, nuts and fruits in flavours of your choice. I chose tiramisu. Shops a plenty are selling them in and around the Old Town in Prague and insta fans are in foodie […]

Prague Transport

Arriving on a late evening EasyJet  flight the arrival at Prague airport was efficient and seamless. Being a popular weekend or midweek destination from the UK means that many travellers choose to take just carry on luggage ….therefore very few suitcases were making their way round the carousel which meant that baggage reclaim was quick. […]

Four Churches of Prague

Prague is awash with churches, many are open and welcome visitors….here are a few worth a visit. 1 Church of Our Lady before Tyn…….. The Grey Traveller could not find the entrance but loved the cafe area in the grounds, it can be found between the Powder Gate and the Old Town Square. 2 St Nicholas Church in […]

Three spots for a great view of Prague

  The second floor of the Museum of Illusional Art will get you a fantastic view of the astronomical clock, coincide your visit with the chime on the hour to see the clock movements. You will also get a birds eye view of couples posing for their wedding photographs. Town hall tower observation floor for […]

Four mega tips for visiting Prague

1 Take comfortable walking shoes as it is very much a city to walk, you need to look at the buildings, sit at outside cafes and bars and cross the bridges. There are large areas which are cobbled so comfortable supportive trainers are ideal. 2 Look up, see the mosaics and sculptures at the top […]