Old Town Hall – Staroměstská Radnice

January 5, 2017 journeyprague 0

According to legend, Prague was virtually left untouched during WWII because Hitler wanted to retire there. Although there doesn’t seem to be any evidence of this, Prague’s beauty still doesn’t cease to amaze people, especially […]

Houska Castle: Gate to Hell

November 14, 2016 journeyprague 0

Located just north of the glamorous Prague, Houska Castle is located in Blatce, Czech Republic. For an ancient residence that translates as Bread Roll Castle, what could possibly be so intriguing about it? Maybe because […]

Kinský Palace

August 10, 2016 journeyprague 0

Price of Admission: basic 300 kc, reduced 150 kc. Children and youth under the age of 18, as well as students younger than 26 can see the permanent exhibition of Czech landscapes for FREE. However, […]

Astronomical Clock – Orloj

July 23, 2016 journeyprague 1

Located on the Old Town Square, and built in 1410 by watchmaker Mikuláš of Kadaň and astronomer Jan Šindel, Prague’s astronomical clock represented the cutting edge technology of the medieval ages. Nobel Prize nominee and […]

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