Things to do in Prague in June

Is June a good month to visit Prague? If you like summer in the city, then most definitely! The weather is lovely and warm and the days are getting longer. There is daylight until nearly 9 pm, which is perfect for exploring the town after the day tourists leave...

Things to do in Prague in May

Is May a good month to visit Prague? Yes, most definitely! The weather is much warmer and the days are longer than in previous months. There is daylight until nearly 8-9 pm, which means you can pack even more into your day. It’s still outside the main tourist season,...

Best Farmers Markets in Prague

The history of modern farmers markets in Prague is relatively new. The first markets started to appear in Prague from around 2009. From just a few stalls offering fresh vegetables, fruit, cheese and meats, most markets have now a selection of different stalls,...
How to Avoid Prague Tourist Traps

How to Avoid Prague Tourist Traps

This one is really hard to write… I’m originally Czech, so how could I possibly write about Prague tourist traps and warn you off from visiting certain places or buying certain things in my favourite town. But as much as I feel protective of my home country, even I...

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How to avoid crowds in Prague

How to avoid crowds in Prague

I never thought that avoiding crowds in Prague would be a real issue! Somehow, I naively, thought that Prague would never get that busy that I would even have to think about something like that! When I was growing up, Prague was just a big town, but since the Czech...

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Things to do in Prague in June

Things to do in Prague in June

Is June a good month to visit Prague? If you like summer in the city, then most definitely! The weather is lovely and warm and the days are getting longer. There is daylight until nearly 9 pm, which is perfect for exploring the town after the day tourists leave...

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Things to do in Prague in May

Things to do in Prague in May

Is May a good month to visit Prague? Yes, most definitely! The weather is much warmer and the days are longer than in previous months. There is daylight until nearly 8-9 pm, which means you can pack even more into your day. It’s still outside the main tourist season,...

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Visiting Prague for the first time

Visiting Prague for the first time

If you are travelling to Prague for the first time, I’m sure you have plenty of questions in your head about your trip. In this blog post, I wanted to round up all the practical information you should know before you set for Prague. So what do you need to know before...

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Best Farmers Markets in Prague

Best Farmers Markets in Prague

The history of modern farmers markets in Prague is relatively new. The first markets started to appear in Prague from around 2009. From just a few stalls offering fresh vegetables, fruit, cheese and meats, most markets have now a selection of different stalls,...

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Things to do in Prague in April

Things to do in Prague in April

Browse the colourful Easter Markets By the beginning of April, celebrations of spring and Easter are well underway. Easter is, of course, movable celebration, but it usually falls within the end of March and beginning of April. Prague is typically full of Easter...

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What to pack for a trip to Prague

What to pack for a trip to Prague

I’m sitting on my bedroom floor, surrounded by piles of clothes, shoes and bags, thinking what do I need to pack for my next Prague trip. I used to be good at packing, always making super efficient lists and making sure I don’t forget anything. That was when I was a...

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Things to do in Prague in March

Things to do in Prague in March

While January or February is cold and outside the tourist season, March is starting to feel like the beginning of spring, and it’s much more welcoming time to visit Prague. The further into March you go the warmer the weather is going to be, you will get more...

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11 things not to do in Prague

11 things not to do in Prague

On the whole, Prague is a very safe and civilised city. As long as you are taking sensible precautions, you’ll have a wonderful time here. But here are a few things that might make your visit a little easier and prepare you for your Prague visit. And to be clear, I’m...

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VIEW FROM PRAGUE – TRAVEL BLOG

Welcome to my blog! I’m Magdalena, a Czech native, who has spent far too much time abroad and now is making up for lost time. Join me on my journey to re-discover Prague and let me be your guide in this beautiful city.

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