Czech Republic,  Photography

Prague Doesn’t Let Go: My Favourite Photos of Prague

I’ve now been to Prague four times in the last three years and it’s definitely got under my skin.  It’s somewhere I could keep going back to without ever getting tired. It’s the city of a thousand spires and everywhere you look there is something new.  From the cobbled streets and bridges to the graffiti covered walls and strange staircases, I’ve managed to accumulate quite a few photos of Prague.

I’ve written a few words too about my second visit to Prague over at Roam Magazine.  However, below is a collection of my favourite photos of Prague.  If you’d like any recommendations, let me know and I’ll try to help where I can.

 

“Prague is the Paris of the 90’s.” Marion Ross

 

Charles Bridge, Prague

Astronomical Clock, Prague

Old Town Square, Prague

Old Town Square, Prague

Freud on the streets of Prague

John Lennon Wall, Prague

Prague Bridges

Pilsner Beer, Prague

Prague Castle

House of the Black Madonna, Prague

Petrin Tower, Prague

Sunset in Prague

Old Town Square at night

John Lennon Wall, Prague

Cakes of Prague

Prague Streets

Prague Trams

Prague Architecture

Prague Castle Staircase

Prague Pink Wall

Prague Astronomical Clock

Prague Buildings

Prague Buildings

Old Town Square Prague

If you like these photos of Prague, let me know which are your favourites.  Click here to find out more about what camera equipment I use on my travels.

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My Favourite Photos of Prague

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