Sometimes Prague looks like towns in the south of France: french bistrot, red roofs and cosy restaurants outdoors.
But there is a little difference between France and Czech republic! You can buy a perfect cottage cheese in Prague that calls “tvaroh” but, unfortunately, it doesn’t exist in France (only in special Russian shops).
Old Soviet trains and strict architecture with some bridges in the middle of the river made me feel like I’m in St. Petersburg in Russia.
It was a really strange feeling!
But when it’s sunny you see an absolutely different image of the capital. A lot of colorful houses, funny shops of hand-made souvenirs and relaxed tourist faces everywhere!
“MANUFAKTURA” is just must see, must buy and must enjoy shop! Only natural Czech cosmetics for a nice price.
If you want to see a classical image of Prague, you have to go to St. Vitus Cathedral. My sole emotion there was WOW.
Amazing view to the hall city from Prague Castle.
Prague in spring is something amazing! All the photos are charming if they were taken near the flowers!
Go to the garden calls “Vojanovy sady” and you will walking with beautiful peacocks!
The touching of Japanese cherry blossoms…
The smallest street in Prague!
When you are a typical tourist who wants to taste all the traditional Czech dishec this place is for you!
“U pravdu” is a perfect restaurant with a good service and normal price.
Draniki, garlic soup in bread, duck with knedliki and very strange, but tasty dessert made our day!
“Ragamuffin” (like a big Russian pancake) with forest fruits and whipped cream was very huge.
One dessert is absolutely enough for 2 persons.
Another “must do” in Prague, it’s to go for a walk at night. You will see a real mysterious face of this city…
Our last day in Prague wasn’t sunny. Anyway we decided to go to Botanical garden.
But it was a torrential rain and we decided to go away from this sad botanical garden to drink some coffee somewhere to get warm. “La terra coffee” saved us. Latte, apple pie and carrot cake could change our mood.
In a couple of hours we were discovering Vyšehrad. It’s is a historical fort located in the south of Prague.
It was built, probably in the 10th century!
It was windy! 😉
Children playground between the cherry trees is a dream!
When you are walking all day long some hours after you are extremely hungry! If you aren’t really interested in traditional Czech cuisine, but you love Italian food I advice you to go to “Kavarna kmotra“.
Félix beer, bruscheta, salmon steak and pizza salmon. The plates were so huge and everything was delicious!
In short, Prague stole our hearts and each time we think about this beautiful city we smile.