Tag Archives: Czech Republic

Monday Morning Blues – Charles Bridge & Vltava River, Prague

Prague is one of the cities that I miss the most with the travel ban, so I thought it was about time in featured in my MMB post. Join us over on Twitter @wilburstravels every Monday morning and just post a photograph featuring the colour blue to join in.

Astronomical Clock, Prague, October 2019

Friday Photo – The Astronomical Clock, Prague

Charles Bridge & Prague Castle, October 2007

Praise for Prague

I first visited Prague in 1992 on the tail end of my third and final interrail trip. It was love at first sight, never before had I ever been so smitten by a place. The rattling old trams up to the castle, the amazing views across the rooftops down to the serene Vltava River and […]

Prague Castle & River Vltava, October 2019

Monday Morning Blues – Prague Castle

One of my favourite views in the world to brighten this wet Monday morning in the UK.

Old Town Square, Prague

I first visited Prague in 1992 when it was the capital of Czechoslovakia, you could only book accommodation through State run Cedok and Communism & Revolution were still very fresh in the memories. Fast forward half my lifetime and I am back in the city that grabbed me like no other on my first visit. […]

Euro 2016 Day 12

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Euro 2016 Day 8

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On The Beaten Track – Travels In Eastern Europe Free Sampler Download Link

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Fifteen Years Of Prague

I have visited the Czech capital on eight occasions. After my first brief visit in ’92 I fell in love with the place in a sad to be leaving couldn’t wait to get back kind of way. In September 1992 I was only there for a few hours at the tail end of my third […]

Journey East?

When we think of a European break for a long weekend, statistics tell us that London, Paris, Barcelona, Rome, Venice & Amsterdam are the most popular with the British and also figure very highly in the favourites for a lot of Western Europeans. They are all fantastic destinations of course with mountains of things to […]