48 hours in Prague | Top 5 Instagrammable locations
Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Before coming to Prague, everyone who had been before had told me that walking through the streets is like a real-life fairytale. From the cobblestone roads to exquisitely detailed architecture, the capital of Czech is indeed, one of a kind.
Love photography? Follow my favourite photo spots below and bask in the beauty of Prague.
All photos taken by travelguideme photography (c)
1. Old TownSquare
A lovely square in the Old Town quarter of Prague which features a number of historic buildings such as the ‘Gothic Church of Out Lady Before Tyn (above)’, the famous medieval astronomical clock for panoramic views of the city, St Nicholas Church (below) and more…
2. John Lennon Wall
If you’re a fan of colours then head towards the John Lennon Wall located just a 5 minute walk from the South end of Charles Bridge. You may have to beat off the many tourists to get a bit of the wall but it’s well worth the photo
3. Charles Bridge
A view from Charles bridge. There are many picturesque moments for photos as you cross, but walk a short distance to the next bridge if you want a less crowded area to take some amazing photos.
4. Wallenstein Palace
This serene garden outside the Wallenstein Palace is a good place for a short stroll. Its located on the way to Prague Castle so be sure check it out and scout for some wandering peacocks!
5. Cobblestone streets
Every corner turned is just another moment to be captured…
Additional photos of Prague in Autumn…
Prague Castle at night
The ‘Dancing House’
Just chillin’ under the bridge
Prague during Autumn
A view from Prague Castle
Beyond the leaves
More street views
Watching nature turning golden
A different perspective of the cobblestone streets
Leave your comments below and let me know what your favourite Prague locations to shoot!