Within the northern Cihelna Gate (Brick) gate is a discreet sign pointing to a doorway at the side, very easy to miss unless you are looking for it!
Inside you are greeted by a small exposition and... more
There are plenty of places to visit close to Prague. One of the most popular of all daytrips is the trip to Kutna Hora. Kutna Hora, about an hour by train from Prague, was once one of the wealthiest... more
Rest well my friend in this most beautiful and peaceful part of Praha. Your rest is surely well deserved. Your and your parents generations of Slavic people endured many hardships and abuses at the... more
Having seen the pictures posted by VT members, it was interesting to see how additions by numerous visitors transformed the look of the wall in a matter of months. It took 2 jaunts into the area to... more
This medieval castle was built in 1348 - 1368 by the King of Bohemia and Holy Roman Emperor, Charles IV, as a place for safekeeping the coronation jewels. The heart of the castle is the Chapel of the... more
cesky krumlov is a very worth while side trip when in prague. by train you go to ceske budejovice then connect to cesky krumlov. the trip takes about 3 1/2 hours. you can easily see cesky krumlov in... more
I have never wanted to visit a jewish cemetary...and can't believe my journey found me this place...but it was such a neat place to walk around for hours. The whole Jewish town was charming...and the... more
Every single tourist in visit of Prague see Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock, most of them see every-hour-"play" (Procession of Apostles, Death ringing the bell…) and quite a lot enjoy a view of... more
When I visited Prague I didn't quite know what to expect. I had assumed to see a lot of faceless concrete buildings, and time worn faces on the local population. That couldn't have been farther from...