After our amazing time in Croatia, my friend James and I decided to stop for a couple of days in Prague on our way back to London.
Somehow, it actually worked out cheaper to fly and stay there than to go directly from Split to London, so why not?
James found the apartment which, credit where it’s due was absolutely fantastic and overlooked the main city square. We went on the notorious Prague bar crawl, and enjoyed free drinks for an hour – which we certainly made the most of – as well as entry to one of Europe’s biggest clubs.
We also did some touristy stuff, and had a good look around the city – we even walked up to the castle, which was a right pain in the heat.
As far as the city, Prague is probably one of the nicest places I’ve been to. The old towers, museums and religious buildings are amazing, as is the generally colourful and diverse architecture. I’ll shut up and let the pictures do the talking.
The view from our apartment
Two horses having a moment
The random sculpture that seemingly got lost on its way to Amsterdam
Castle guard who looked like Lukas Podolski
Inside Prague Castle