Part 4: Prague, Czech Republic

Steeped in rich history and overflowing with charm, we took a 6-hour train ride from Hamburg to this stunning eastern European city in the Czech Republic and it stole my heart right away. Prague or Praha, is a city full of culture, beautiful architecture and houses covered in deep orange brick roof tops, and plenty of cobblestone streets (pack some runners because you really don’t want to be like me and have sore feet after walking 8-hrs in heels).

Sunset views over the Charles Bridge.
Things to Note While in Prague:

Since we took the train to get into Prague, our hotel was only a 10 min walk away. But if you are further from the city centre you can use public transport as it’s quite extensive and fairly cheap.

One perk about travelling to Czech Republic is that the exchange rate of the dollar to the local currency of the Czech Koruna is in our favour (by a lot), so the price of eating out was affordable.

Prague is filled with stunning architecture.
What to Do/See in Prague:
  • Charles Bridge (sunrise for no crowds and sunset since it’s beautiful)
  • Old Town Square & Astronomical Clock

Reading at the Charles Bridge.

We also did another walking tour & boat ride where we saw:

  • Castle District & Prague Castle
  • St Vitus Cathedral
  • Top of Old Town Hall for views
  • Josefov (Jewish Quarter & Museum)
  • Wenceslas Square (shopping)
  • Strahov Library (one of the oldest libraries so of course I saw this one)

Prague is a city that captures your heart and attention with its monumental architecture, history and character. It’s a city you can keep coming back to and discover more and more along the way. The maze of cobblestone lanes and tall steeples is perfect for those that like to amble around, getting a feel for the city. Prague offers something for every kind of traveler and tourist and I definitely wished to come back soon!

Have you been to Prague? If you have, what was your favourite part of the city? What are some things you recommend seeing, do have any favourite places to eat or shop?

If you’d like to check out my Hamburg Travel Guide it’s the third part to this series.



  1. What a lovely trip. The architecture here is beautiful and I’m sure made for a memorable trip.

  2. I really want to visit Prague one day and this post really makes me want ti go now. The pictures are amazing and loved the blog post. It’s really helpful

  3. I really want to travel overseas. Btw im from Malaysia. Hope one day my dreams come true

  4. Nada Tarek Reply

    I like this post so much , ana I really adore your blog as a whole !!

  5. Ankita Arora Reply

    I want to visit Prague like right now after reading your blog 😍🙈

  6. Khushi Karia Reply

    The pictures are mesmerizing. I wish I could travel somewhere too!💙

  7. Okay when I was very little my aunt and uncle lived in Europe and they got me a pop up book about Prague and I remember the page about the astronomical clock so reading your post reminded me a lot of that!

  8. These pictures have the perfect balance of colours and the writing it’s so wonderful. Absolutely paints a word picture, broadening the imagination. 🙂 A fan instantly.

  9. Prague will always be on my travel list forever. And this blog definitely strengthened my interest. The architectural details draw me more towards this wonderful place. 😀

  10. Terry Pearson Reply

    I’m actually amazed at how beautiful Prague is. My nephew resides in Berlin and has gone to Prague many times. The photographs he takes make desperate to go! Enjoyed your travels from afar.

  11. Stunning! The sunset looks particularly picturesque. Now I know where to come to satisfy the traveler’s spirit in me.

  12. Farah (@theliterarycafe) Reply

    I love the Czech Republic, so much! I visited around three years ago during winter, which was one of the best experiences ever. What i like most about it is the balance between the never ending greenery and the heritage that lies in every corner of the city, e.g. Old Town. It truly is a magical place as you have described in that post so perfectly😍

  13. Excellent blog post! Inspires me to go on my own adventures. Will definitely look back on this post for tips when I do actually decide to go on one. 😉

  14. Ohhh what a great post with such beautiful pictures… I’m pinning this on my travel board ❤️ (I’m @volchitza_ on Instagram!)

  15. I haven’t been to Prague, but I really wish I could go! Especially with it’s astronomical clock 😍, it would also make for a brilliant setting to write in!

  16. I loved this blog post! I loved the way you captured Prague’s architecture and history and weaved them into words and cool pictures! I’ll definitely be visiting Prague soon! ❤❤

  17. Wow, the pictures you took are gorgeous! The architecture is so fancy! I would love to visit Prague one day.

  18. Vera Calado Reply

    I love how you always take those photographs with the book, they look so lovely 😊

  19. Saria Nazneen Reply

    Hey Yeldah!
    Thank you for putting up such a beautifully detailed post! Loved reading about Prague!

  20. Oh prague seems cool with all the castels and the different architecture . I hope it s not that expensive so i can add it to my wish-list 😉

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