Category Archives: Czech Republic, Prague

Prague … a city with such an unique sense of humour, one wonders why it is not called ‘Pra-haha-gue’

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There are so many beautiful parks and public gardens in Prague, but unless one knows where they are or stumbles upon them by mistake – as I often did having taken a wrong turning on my way to somewhere else … Continue reading

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Prague … finding pleasure in the Museum of Medieval Torture Instruments

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When in Prague, if you have half-an-hour and 110 CZK to spare (approximately £4/€6/$9), the Museum of Medieval Torture Instruments is not a bad way to spend both. This little museum tucked away in the middle of a rather garish arcade … Continue reading

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Prague Castle … the Czech Republic’s answer to Harry Potter?

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When in the beautiful capital city of the Czech Republic, a visit to Prague Castle is an absolute must. It should not be missed, and due to its size and hilly location it certainly can’t be missed when surveying the … Continue reading

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Prague’s Tram & Metro Network … where are we again?

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If you have read some of my earlier blogs (and thank-you very much if you have), you may have gathered that I am rather obsessed with public transport networks, maps and signs. The very efficient metro, bus and tram network … Continue reading

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