Blue River Palace

Staropramenna 7, Prague, Bohemia, 150 00, Czech Republic
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charles bridge renovations

by monicarc

it's my understanding the charles bridge is under renovations---just wanted to make sure people can still walk on it?

Re: charles bridge renovations

by micas_pt

Hi Monica, yes you may walk on it, refurbishment is by "small" areas. I was there a month ago and I walked the bridge. See the photo on my hp, the white area is the one that is wonder repair.

Enjoy your visit to Prague, it sure is a beautiful city.
Alexandra

Re: charles bridge renovations

by r13

Yes, renovation is planned so, that only one side is closed with enough space for people to pass by.
You can see how the Bridge looks like right now:
http://webcam.pis.cz/cz/malostranske_mostecke_veze-karluv-most.html

Travel Tips for Prague

The W Square

by johnnyo

The greesy snack shops on this place are rank ... dude do not eat there, I swear it's like horse meat. Not even wasted is that food good. There are some really hot chicks shopping in the stores near by though ....

One reason Prauge is really...

by BKLYNfinest

One reason Prauge is really cool is because its really cheap, you can go out and eat a full course meal, (and really good food) and only pay like 5 bucks, From what I saw the city is mostly tourists, mostly from italy (mostly high schools on school trips), Everyone either speak english or italian, so since i speak both i was in luck,

The Mucha Museum This museum...

by chrissyalex

The Mucha Museum This museum is dedicated to the works of Czech Art Nouveau artist Alfons Mucha. His works are really cool! There is also movie approximately 45 minutes long in both Czech and English about his life and his work you can see. It is very interesting! There is a nice giftshop where you can buy some neat posters of his art.
www.mucha.cz/mucha/>/a>

A walk in the park

by texaslloyd

We took a walk through Petrin Park. It was very nice, free, good exercise, and great views along the way. Things to see: Observation Tower, Hunger wall, Church of St. Michael, Strahov Monastery. We ate lunch at Nebozizek during our walk.

Kutna Hora

by Pieter11

A very nice daytrip from Prague is a visit to Kutna Hora. This is a small city with 22.000 inhabitants, at 60 kilometres east from Prague, about an hour driving.

Kutna Hora is one of the nicest town in Bohemia, with its Medieval Citycentre. The streets are narrow, full of curves and wonderful to take a walk through. Then there are two big central squares with restaurants and cafe's and nice buildings around them and there are some important attractions to visit.

An impressive line of religious, baroc statues lead towards the Barbara Cathedral. This was built between 1388 and 1558 and really is a beautiful building. In a very own gothical style, the church rises high above all other buildings in the city. Inside there is a lot to see, but the outside stays the must impressive of all.

In the centre itself are several buildings that are dedicated to the Silver industry of Kutna Hora. The presence of silver mines nearby made the city to wealthy centre in its region, and still is important. The rest of the centre has lots of other old buildings. Enough to fill a day.

And the most extraordinairy building in Kutna Hora definitely is the Bonehouse of Sedlec. This is a very strange chapel belonging to an old cloister. The interior is completely decorated with bones, from over 40.000 people. The bones come from the graveyard nearby where lots of people wanted to be buried because they believed it was sacred ground. Because of the Pest epidemia though, it became too full. In 1870, when the complex was renovated, the owner decided to used the countless bones to decorate the interior. Artist Frantisek Rint made the church into what it is now: an unbelieveble place where death and beauty are very close to each other.

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