Prague

Laetitia is working in Prague this week, another tour as a tutor on the Lead with Impact course. And so another great opportunity for me to take advantage and get to see parts of Europe I really don’t think I’d visit in normal circumstances…

The weather in Prague was so hot! 30°C in the shade. Almost unbearable in the sun! 😎 I’m not complaining – it was lovely to visit the city in such wonderful weather, and so different to our previous trip to Berlin when it was the exact opposite – bloody freezing! :freeze:

Anyway, we really enjoyed our couple of days sightseeing and it was sad to come home and leave Laetitia to her work. However, we did managed to see what we thought are the most famous (and predictable) of Prague’s attractions.

Laetitia at Wenceslas Square
Laetitia at Wenceslas Square
Prague Castle form Petřínské Skalky park
Prague Castle form Petřínské Skalky park
We didn't pay to get inside Prague castle itself, but all of the amazing architecture, streets, gardens, and views of the castle are free to see.
We didn’t pay to get inside Prague castle itself, but all of the amazing architecture, streets, gardens, and views of the castle are free to see.
Charles Bridge or the Karlův Most
Charles Bridge or the Karlův Most
A view back to the Charles Bridge - but the most important thing in this picture is the donut coned ice-cream with strawberries! :yum:
A view back to the Charles Bridge – but the most important thing in this picture is the donut coned ice-cream with strawberries! :yum:
Perhaps one of the most famous things to see in Prague, the astronomical clock. We struggled to work out exactly how to read the clock as so little tied in with the actual time and date. But we think that was just us!
Perhaps one of the most famous things to see in Prague, the astronomical clock. We struggled to work out exactly how to read the clock as so little tied in with the actual time and date. But we think that was just us! There’s loads of detail on how the clock works here.
Enjoying a super fun Segway tour - great views back to the Old Town from the Letenské Park
Enjoying a super fun Segway tour – great views back to the Old Town from the Letenské Park
On Segways in Prague's Old Town Square
On Segways in Prague’s Old Town Square

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  1. Thanks for sharing an informative blog. The information you have shared really helpful to all tour lovers. It’s very much true that there are many beautiful places in Prague to travel like Charles Bridge, Old town square, St. Vitus Cathedral etc. Segway tour that you have already mentioned is the most adventurous tour in Prague. Another adventurous tour in Prague that is “Biko Adventures”.

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