PRAGUE by 20/07/2019 - 26/07/2019

Trip Lisboa – Prague

Images taken from inside the plane during the trip between Lisbon and Prague , where we highlight the approach to the capital of the Czech Republic.

Hotel ibis Praha Old Town

Images of Hotel Ibis Praha Old Town , its exterior, reception, restaurant and room. Hotel is superbly located in the Old Town area, surrounded by restaurants, boutiques and cafes. All key tourist attractions, such as Old Town Square, Municipal House or Charles Bridge are in walking distance. Next door is one of the most exciting shopping malls in Prague , with more than 200 shops and restaurants.
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Old Town by Night

Soon after arriving in Prague , we went to make the first recognition of the city. Walk through the Old Town, passing some of the city's tourist attractions with the colors at dusk.

Going to the Castle

Rainy morning in Prague that did not make us change our plans to visit Prague Castle . Until we got there it was possible to observe different perspectives of this beautiful city.

Prague Castle

Prague Castle is one of the main attractions of the city of Prague , occupies an extensive area and has numerous buildings that you can visit. In this video you will find images of the walk between the buildings. On the channel you can find videos dedicated to the various visits made at the Castle : St. Vitus's Cathedral and the panoramic view from Great South Tower , Old Royal Palace , St. George's Basilica , Golden Lane and Royal Garden .

Changing the Guard at Prague Castle

During our visit to Prague Castle we were surprised by the change of the Guard , a ritual always appreciated and which differs from country to country.

Panoramic View from Great South


In St. Vitus Cathedral it is possible to climb the Great South Tower from where we have a fantastic view of the city of Prague .

Old Royal Palace

Visit to the Old Royal Palace , entering through the Riders' Staircase with its wide and gently sloping steps and Gothic rib vaulted ceiling permitted knights on horseback to make grand entrance to Vladislav Hall. This hall has been used for coronations and jousting tournaments. Finaly, the New Land Rolls room with ceiling and walls decorated with crests os clerks who tracked propoerty ownership and court decisions from 1561 to 1774.

St. George's Basilica

St. George's Basilica was founded by Prince Vratislav and is the best-preserved Romanesque church in Prague . The massive twin towers and austere interior have been carefully restored to give a good idea of the church's original apperance.

Golden Lane

Named after the goldsmiths who lived here in the 17th century, this short, narrow street is one of the most picturesque in Prague . The brightly painted houses were built right into the arches of the castle walls in the late of 1500s for Rudolph II's castle guards. A century later, the goldsmiths moved in and modified the buildings.

St. Vitus's Cathedral

A walk around St Vitus's Cathedral takes us back through a thousand of years of history. In the west portal we found some of the best elements of the modern, Neo-Gothic style and continue past a sucession of side chapels to catch glimpses of religious artifacts, saintly relics and works of art from Renaissance paintings to modern statuary.
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Ever since its constrution in 1626, the Loreta has been an imprtant place of pilgrimage. The onion-domed white towers of this Baroque 17th-century church complex are like something out of a fairy tale. At its heart is its claim to fame and most proud possession: a replica of the original Santa Casa in Loreto, Italy.

Royal Garden

Very pleasant walk through the Royal Garden , this extensive, well-kept garden allows us to relax after the hustle and bustle of the Prague Castle visit. With very intense green tones, we still find beautiful buildings and statues. At certain points we have fantastic views of the city of Prague .

Panoramic View from Letna Park

Situated on a hill over Prague 's Old Town, Letna Park provides beautiful images of the entire city. A great way to end the day!

Old-New Synagogue

The Old-New Synagogue has survived fires, the slum clearances of the 19th century and many Jewish pogroms. Its name may come from the fact that another synagogue was built after this one, taking the title "new", but which was later destroyed.

Pinkas Synagogue

The Pinkas Synagogue was founded in 1479 by Rabbi Pinkas, now serves as a memorial to all the Jewish Czechoslovak citizens who were imprisoned in Tezerin concentration camp. The names of the 77297 eho did not return are inscribed on the synagogue walls.

Old Jewish Cemetery

The sight of hundreds of graves, their leaning head-stones crumbling on top of each other, is a moving and unforgettable experience. This remarkable site was, for over 300 years, the only burial ground permitted for Jews.

Maisel Synagogue

The Maisel Synagogue was built in late 16th century, and re-built after the fire that devastated the Jewish town in 1689. Inside is a wonderful collection of Torah crowns, shields and finials.

St Nicholas Cathedral

St Nicholas Cathedral designed by Kilian Ignaz Dientzenhofer was completed in 1735. Its dramatic white façade is studded with statues by Antonin Braun. The dome has frescoes of the lives of St Nicholas and St Benedict. In the nave is a huge crown-shaped chandelier.

Old Town Hall

Over the centuries, a number of old houses were knocked toguether as the Old Town Hall expanded, and it now consists of a row of Gothic and Renaissance buildings.

Astronomical Clock

The Town Hall acquired its first clock at the beginning of the 15th century. The clock not only tells the time, but also display the movement of the sun and the moon through the signs of zodiac, and of the planets around the earth. Every time the clock stikes the hour shows the procession of the 12 Apostles.

Panoramic View from Old Town Hall


The tower of Town Hall is 69,5 m high and offers a spectacular view of the city. Enjoy it!

Panoramic View from Old Town

Bridge Tower

Charles Bridge has two striking Gothic bridge towers - the Old Town Bridge Tower is one of the finest buildings of its kind. It was an integral part of Old Town's fortifications and served as a prision. At the viewing gallery of the tower we have great views of the Vltava and the city.

Panoramic View from Powder Gate

There has been a gate since the 11th century, one of the 13 erstwhile entrances to the Old Town. The gate acquired its present name when it was used to store gunpowder in the 17th century. On the top of Powder Gate we have a spectacular view of the city!

Head of Franz Kafka

The Head of Franz Kafka is an outdoor sculpture by David Černý depicting Bohemian German-language writer Franz Kafka, installed outside the Quadrio shopping centre in Prague . The kinetic sculpture is 11 metres tall and made of 42 rotating panels. Each layer is mechanized and rotates individually.

Prague Venice Cruise

Take in the magnificent views of old Prague, gliding along the Vltava in a unique Vodouch boat. The first of these are original and so far unseen views of the well-known panorama of the Prague Castle . From all possible angles, the beauties of the noble work of Emperor Charles IV are revealed the bridge which his faithful master-builder Peter Parler vaulted over the river.

Lennon Wall

One of Prague 's more unusual sights, the Lennon Wall is a large of piece of rolling graffiti on the wall of the Grand Priory, created after The Beatles member John Lennon was murdered in 1980.

Prague - Petrin Lookout Tower

The most conspicuous landmark in Petrin Hill is an imitation of Eiffel Tower , built for the Jubilee Exhibition in 1891. The octagonally shaped tower is only 60 m, a quarter the heigth of the Eiffel Tower . The views from the top are spectacular with all of Prague 's major sights laid out below.

Štefánik's Observatory

In the Štefánik's Observatory there is an exhibition of old astronomical instruments, meteorites and a piece of the moon. When the weather is good we can use the observatory's telescopes to see the sun's solar disk and flares, the craters of the moon or unfamiliar distant galaxies.

Kinsky Summer Palace

On the seldom-visited Smichov side of Petrin Hill, the National Museum's ethnographic collections are housed in this elegant 19th century palace, the Kinsky Summer Palace .

Malá Strana

Three moments of the walk through Malá Strana: Giant crawling baby statues, Fall of Time Fountain and magnific view over Vltava.

Dancing House

This extraordinary building is affectionately known as the " Dancing House ". This iconic glass and concrete structure is in fact, two buildings with differents façades and of difference heights. On the top floor we have superb panoramic views of the city.

Lego Museum

Prague 's vast Lego Museum is half Lego superstore, half private museum where we can view some 2500 completed Lego models from the past 40 years.

Church of Saint Henry and Saint


Wonderful historic church. Gothic base and baroque interior. The Trinity altar is a master piece, and the Holy Mary one is unique as well.

Jubilee (Jerusalem) Synagogue

One of the most impressive places in Prague is the Jerusalem (Jubilee) Synagogue near the main railway station. This is the largest synagogue in Prague and is richly decorated in Art Nouveau style.

Wenceslas Square

Measuring 750m in length but just 60m across at the widest point, Prague 's main square is more of a gently sloping avenue than a grand piazza. However, it is the epicenter of the city, lined with hotels, restaurants, clubs and shops.

National Museum

Rising majestically at the upper end of Wenceslas Square is the Neo-Renaissance building of the National Museum , a grand, purpose-built affair. The entrance fee is worth it, if only to see the grand marble stairway, the Pantheon, and the interior paintings.

Amazing Sunset

Fantastic sunset inviting for an afternoon walk. That's what we did, crossing the Charles Bridge to the Kafka Museum and on the banks of the Vltava.

Old Town Waking Up

Prague Old Town tour shortly after 4 am where you can admire the various attractions covered in the dawn colors.

Charles Bridge

The spectacular Charles Bridge , Prague most familiar monument, has witnessed processions, battles, executions and, increasingly, film shots since its construction. The bridge can be impassable throughout the day, crowded with artist, tourist and the odd Dixieland jazz band. It is best seen in the early hours as the sun rises over the Old Town Bridge Tower.

Saint Peter and Saint Paul Basilica

Visit to the Basilica of St Peter and St Paul a neo-Gothic church in Vyšehrad fortress in Prague . The basilica features an impressive stone mosaic above its entry, and its twin 58 m towers can be seen atop a hill to the south from along the Vltava River in central Prague .


South of the city centre, Vyšehrad sits on a rocky outcrop above Vltava River. Once home to the Premyslid dynasty, the former fortress is steeped in history. Within the walls of Vyšehrad are many fascinating sights such as the huge twin-spired Basilica of Saint Peter and Saint Paul , the 11-th century Rotunda of St Martin, and the castle walls themselves affording sweeping views over the Vltava River and across the city.

Church of Our Lady before Týn

Dominating the Old Town Square are the magnificent multiples steeples of this historic church. The dark interior has some notable features, including Gothic sculptures of Calvaryy, a pewter font as a 15-century Gothic pulpit.

Jan Hus Monument

At one end of the Old Town Square stands the massive monument to Jan Hus. It shows two groups of people, one victorious Hussite warriors and a young mother symbolizing national rebirth. The dominat central figure of Jan Hus emphasizes the moral authority of the man who gave up his life rather than his beliefs.


The Clementinum is a vast complex that has built between the 16th and 18th centuries. The Baroque library, now the National Library, is housed in what is considered the most beautiful hall in the complex. Part of the observatory, the Astronomical Tower stands at 68m and has a superb view of the city.
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