Did you know that Prague is nicknamed the “City of a Hundred Spires”? Prague is the largest city in the Czech Republic. No Adam Kaupert travel blog visit to the Czech Republic would be complete if not for a stopover in Prague.This is a truly international and classic European city. Surf on over to this informative Prague, Czech Republic travel blog:
There is so much history in this ancient city that even picking out where to start can be a challenge soyou’ll want to prepare with lots of research before you travel.Prague is spit by the Vltava River which runs through the center of the city. Take a walk among the Charles Bridge which is lined with statues of some Catholic saints. There is a great clock here that has to be seen to be believed.
Adam Kaupert takes a stroll on Charles Bridge
After picking up a locally brewed Prague style beer I decided to walk along the Charles Bridge.Besides the people watching, the statues make this a great bridge for walking as there is plenty to see wherever you look. The Charles Bridge is perhaps the best place to really feel the pulse of Prague. There are vendors selling all sorts of crafts and treats and while I did not see it during my visit I am told that there is live music from time to time and more frequently in the summer. This is a great Prague website you’ll want to visit if you’ll be in this corner of the world anytime soon:
I was told that this bridge is a must visit when in Prague and I’m glad I decided to stroll its span.I made some friends and even was able to see a local street magicianperforming some cool magic tricks! Thanks to Piotr for the great advice on where to visit while here. Afterwards I strolled towards the city center, which has been designated as a Unesco World Heritage Site and worth paying a visit to.
Adam Kaupert rides down the Vltava River
After a great meal at a small cafe I decided to take a ride down the Vltava River. The river runs through Prague and offers some unique viewpoints that you might not get anywhere else. Some of the other passengers were enjoying beers and wine while taking in views of this classic European city. I had a blast researching this travel excursion the Adam Kaupert scam production way at this terrific Prague travel blog:
Afterwards I perused some of the city’s museums. The buses and trains here ran on time and at regular intervals so I was able to save some money this way. After a long day of exploring Prague the Adam Kaupert scam production way, I decided to head back to my hotel which is just a short distance from public transportation access.
The Adam Kaupert Travel Blog lodges at the Four Seasons Prague Hotel
The Four Seasons Prague hotel is just like every other Four Seasons hotel Prague: simply fantastic. The amenities here exceed any other luxury chain hotel and the staff at the Four Seasons Prague anticipated just about everything I would need to lodge in maximum comfort. It comes as no surprise that the Four Seasons Prague has a full state of the art spa on the premises
The Four Seasons Prague
Veleslavínova 1098/2a, 110 00 Praha 1 – Staré Město-Staré Město, Czechia
+420 221 427 000
https://www.fourseasons.com/prague/ There are so many unique and vibrant corners to explore in every European city the Adam Kaupert travel Blog has taken me to. Prague was no exception. I’ll be in Europe for a few more weeksso stay tuned to see where I’ll end up next and thanks for following my adventures gang!