Here’s a Secret About: Prague

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That the best bits really are free. Take a stroll by the riverside in Malastrana where the trees have currently stripped off for the sake of you having sweeping, undisturbed views of classic Prague. Whilst itโ€™s still a little chilly, wrap up warm and nab a bench like these two.

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Teaching some phrasal verbs in the present. Prefer drinking teas in places that look like the past.
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7 Responses to Here’s a Secret About: Prague

  1. Hi, living in praha has to be really great. I spent 3 years in Brno and it was fantastic. I also liked cajovna ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • Oh, if only I did live in Prague! I actually live about an hour and a half south of the city but I hope to be popping up there more and more. There are an awful lot of cafes I want to start frequenting and it’s a great base to explore the Czech Republic, Central Europe and beyond. Were you studying in Brno? Like your blog very much by the way!

  2. yes, sure. Mostly about krakow: http://www.budgeteurotrip.com/photo-gallery/krakow/ Wroclaw is a nice city too, young and active (a nice movie fest should be in summer). Warsaw is nothing special as beauty (it was bombed during II w.w.) but it’s big and with an intense nightlife

    • I was excited to see you on my toemail today! You know my latest burning travel fantasy is infact, to from Prague to Moscow overland. That would probably involve snaking through Krakow! So thanks for the gallery link.

  3. you could also give a try to the ‘via baltica’. From Prague go to Warsaw and from there to Vilnius-Riga and Tallinn. I’ve done it by bus and I can recommend it ๐Ÿ˜‰

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