Considering a visit to the capital of the Czech Republic? Is it as pretty as they say? Be convinced to go there right now by looking at these Prague photos.
These love locks in Prague highlight the still growing trend to place locks on bridges around the world, but these specific love locks have locals worried.
Looking for something weird and offbeat to do in the Czech capital? Read Cheryl Howard’s tale about taking a beer bath in Prague.
Looking for something to do in the Czech Republic? Go to the House of the Black Madonna Prague, home to the Museum of Czech Cubism & the Grand Cafe Orient.
Hotel Yasmin, a 4 star design hotel nestled in the heart of Prague offers a unique experience for travellers looking for something out of the ordinary.
Prague’s Christmas markets add to the festive vibe that overtakes the city during the holiday season. Visit the city’s most famous market in Old Town Square!
Do something different and head to Prague during the winter season. Take in Christmas markets or better yet, take a snow filled tour of the Prague Castle complex.
Prague’s Christmas markets add to the festive vibe that overtakes the city during the holiday season. Start your market visits by checking out the one at Wenceslas Square.
Even more about the “weird and wonderful” side of Prague that will most likely never appear on a postcard or be featured in a Lonely Planet guidebook.
Get to know the “weird and wonderful” side of Prague that will most likely never appear on a postcard or be featured in a Lonely Planet guidebook.
Tripbase’s My Seven Link’s project has been making it’s rounds through the travel blogosphere. Here is a re-cap of some previous blog posts on cherylhoward.com.
The story of how I transformed from a princess into a hosteling backpacker.
Experience the beauty and wonder of one of the world’s most romantic cities, Prague, Czech Republic by taking a night tour.
Prague, Czech Republic is known to be a beautiful and romantic city. Yet it’s home to unusual sites like the Museum of Torture which contains an exhibit of over 60 devices used to torture and kill people during medieval times.