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Our first stop is the Žižkov Television Tower. The silhouette of the transmitter is visible in most photographs of the city’s skyline, but if you take a closer look you will see babies crawling up and down the tower, an installation by the famous artist David Černý.

Žižkov Television Tower

On the opposite side of Prague we find Hradčany. Nový Svět, a hidden part of the city right behind Prague Castle, is attractive above all due to its reputation as on the of the few places not yet discovered by tourists. Strolling along near empty sidewalks is definitely worth it.

Nový Svět
Divoká Šárka

Countryside in the city – this is Divoká Šárka, located a mere 30 minutes’ drive from the city center. Exchanging concrete and metal for a deep valley with the Šárka stream running through is something that everyone needs now and again.

Troja bridge

The girls got to the last location with their ŠKODA CITIGO MONTE CARLO just as night was falling. The Troja Bridge is perfect for a romantic night-time walk or for taking photos for your Instagram that are guaranteed to get the most likes.

And by the way, Czech Vibes has one extra tip for you: NEVER plan a trip without looking at the weather forecast. Torrential rain that can bring the traffic to a halt in most places could be somewhat of a setback to a one-day sightseeing tour of Prague.

Join Czech Vibes also in exploring the beauty of the Jeseníky Mountains and in visiting romantic places in the Czech Republic!