Prague or Praha, the Czech capital, land of ale, trams and castles. Kafka’s captivating dark misty maze where the food says it all; it’s where the recipes blend and the boundaries melt.
This is not an article, this is mainly a photo gallery that I hope you’d enjoy and find helpful in planning your next visit…
Prague is not conventional when it comes to the district numbering system, not circular like Paris and not exactly logical either. So you could find 1 next to 8, 3 between 8 and 10 and so on…I am only going to take you through the places I’ve been to in two districts;
Praha 1: The oldest part of the city, on the right bank you’ll find the old town (Staré město) and the jewish ghetto (Josefov). On the left bank there is highest point in town; the castle (Hradčany) and Mala strana which is the area around the castle where most of the government buildings are located.
Praha 2: Nove mesto or the new town which is adjacent to the old town. There would be also Vysehrad area south of prague where the old Vysehrad castle is located.
I bought either a day or 3 days pass and was hopping on and off the tram, the tram took me to places that were beautiful and unknown to me as well as unplanned. It was my favourite things to do in Prague…
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Note: All photographs has been shot by Racha Rachad and I reserve all copyrights.