Prague Through Photographs

The capital of the Czech Republic and one more of the student cities from our series, Prague has, over time, acquired the distinction of becoming known as a magical city with exceptionally happy tourists all over the city. And no wonder, given the innumerable places to visit and the affordability The city somehow has a positive impact on people. Here are some of the places you can visit while studying in Prague.


Astronomical Clock Tower in Prague Prague Old Town Square


Charles Bridge at sunrise, Prague


Dancing house in Prague


Bridges of Prague


View of Prague castle and St Vitus cathedral


St Vitus cathedral in Prague


Havel’s Market in the center of Prague


Stromovka Park, Prague


Wenceslas square and National Museum in Prague


Winter in Prague – city panorama with Tyn Cathedral and Clock Tower


Walking through the streets of the old town

See also Discover Prague as a University City: Where to Study, How Much It Costs and What It Offers For Leisure and Fun.

Other articles from the series:
University Cities – Brno, Czech Republic and Brno in Photographs

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