Ryan Gruss

#21 – A Visual Tour of Prague

Prague is a such an inspiring and creative environment for a startup team like ours and I’m really enjoying what this city has to offer.

Whilst I’m busy working hard on Showzee with our team during the week, I get the chance to explore the Old Town and Prague’s many districts properly at the weekend.

So in this post, I’d like to share with you the first part of my visual journal of Prague, using photos I’ve taken over my first month here:

A view of Prague Castle over the River Vlatva

A view of Prague Castle over the River Vltava

The Rudolfinum, home to the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

The Rudolfinum, home to the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

The Prague Skyline from the castle

The Prague Skyline from the castle

St Vitus Cathedral

St Vitus Cathedral

The entrance to Prague Castle

The entrance to Prague Castle

One of the many beautiful streets of Malá Strana

One of the many beautiful streets of Malá Strana

Church of St Nicholas

Church of St Nicholas

Charles Bridge

Charles Bridge

The Old Town Square, with the Church of Our Lady before Týn

The Old Town Square, with the Church of Our Lady before Týn

The Horloge Astronomique in the Old Town Square

The Horloge Astronomique in the Old Town Square

Jindřišská věž in the Jewish Quarter

Jindřišská věž in the Jewish Quarter

Jubilee Synagogue in the Jewish Quarter

Jubilee Synagogue in the Jewish Quarter

The Municipal House at Náměstí Republiky

The Municipal House at Náměstí Republiky

A street in Prague's Old Town

A street in Prague’s Old Town

Old Town Square

Old Town Square

The Govenor's Summer Residence in Stromovka Park

The Governor’s Summer Residence in Stromovka Park

Prague Castle from behind

St Vitus Cathedral from behind

Loreta, a popular pilgrimage destination

Loreta, a popular pilgrimage destination

Troja Palace

Troja Palace

Kutná Hora, a nearby town in Bohemia

Kutná Hora, a nearby town in Bohemia

The train station at Kutná Hora

The train station at Kutná Hora

The Prague Castle & Charles Bridge at night

The Prague Castle & Charles Bridge at night

Thanks for taking a look at my visual journal of Prague!! Please let me know your thoughts below!

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This entry was published on March 19, 2014 at 9:17 pm. It’s filed under Culture, Food & Drink, History, Travel and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

3 thoughts on “#21 – A Visual Tour of Prague

  1. Wonderful photographs. Thank you.

  2. Thanks for following my blog. Shared this to twitter. thought my followers would enjoy it.

  3. These pictures are great! My family and I are going to Prague for the first time over Thanksgiving and we are so excited!

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