Despite its relative infancy (the Czech Republic has only been a country for around 20 years), Prague packs a big punch. It was only too apparent in the long weekend I visited how much its turbulent history has shaped its culture, which is reflected in the architecture and art of the capital.
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For our final day in Prague, we decided to visit all the quirky sites Jan had driven us past the day before and make the most of what Prague had to offer: namely art, heritage sites and beer. And so we rose early (not to drink beer, we aren’t that hardcore) to walk one final […]
After sloughing off the jetlag with a 12-hour sleep and lethal amounts of coffee, we managed to clamber out of bed and up the nearby hill towards Prague Castle and Palace complex. Founded in 880 AD, Prague Castle has grown over the centuries to be the largest castle complex in the world. After seeing the […]
Every year it is tradition that my husband and I go away somewhere as a surprise trip for my birthday. It is also tradition that I accidentally find out where we are going before my birthday. Of course with the #take12trips challenge under our belts (as if we needed any further excuses to go travelling […]