Every weekend large parts of Prague turn into ghost towns. This is particularly visible when a public holiday is close and people bridge that gap by taking leave. Normally busy streets look like a town after evacuation, and in usually dense rows of parked cars only here and there one vehicle remains.
Experience Prague on Foot
Visit the most important places in Kafka’s Prague in your own speed.
Experience the original places where Kafka found his inspiration. Start now.
Walk through post-industrial Prague with explanations automatically triggered when you reach interesting places.
You will find a beer garden with a perfect view over the old town, Europe’s oldest wooden carousel, the place where the first Czech electric tramway was launched and streets full of garden restaurants. You’ll learn where the world’s largest Stalin statue was located and why many buildings on our way had to be reinforced with wooden beams.
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Thanks for dropping by!
This blog is an experimental chronicle of Prague’s weird things that caught my eye and that I just couldn’t keep to myself.
I hope you enjoy reading it.