Monday, April 10, 2017

Visiting Prague in the Spring Season [Through My Lens Nr. 89]


Prague is probably one of the prettiest capital cities of Central Europe. It houses beautiful buildings, the river Vltava, many bridges, churches and an impressive Old Town. I did both a extensive 5-part travel series to Prague, as well a condensed "Top 10 Things to do in Prague" on this blog, so I encourage you to check out those posts. For this weeks "Through my Lens" I decided to showcase this city during the Spring season. Right now, before the swarms of tourists in May and June, I think it's best to visit there. I hope you will enjoy these images.

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42 comments:

  1. My son visited Prague on a trip through Europe after he graduated form college and had high praises for its beauty. My husband and I hope to also visit it one day. It looks very beautiful in spring!

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    1. It truly is. I hope you and your husband get to visit one day.

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  2. Yes it is one place since I saw your series on Prague that someday I want to visit. It looks wonderful and ful of history and beautiful buildings. Thanks for hosting and have a great week ahead.

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    1. Please do, I think you will enjoy this city a lot.

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  3. Loved your post. Amazing pics from Prague.
    Have a nice week ahead.

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  4. never been to Prague but trust your statement :)

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  5. You always have so amazing colors in your shots!

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  6. Hello, Prague is a beautiful city. I enjoyed the tour through your lovely photos.
    Have a happy day and new week ahead!

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  7. On my bucket list to visit! Hopefully soon. Happy Monday and thanks for hosting!

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    1. I hope so too! Thanks for stopping by.

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  8. Thanks for the tour Mersad! Beautiful images of a beautiful city.

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  9. Wonderful post once again, Mersad! Your photography is incredible!

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  10. We visited Prague in the fall and it is such a beautiful city that I would love to see again.

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  11. Prague looks gorgeous! I do hope I get to visit one day!

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  12. Absolutely, so beautiful and lush with spring green!

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  13. I like the pigeon that photobombed your pic of you... beautiful domes and roof lines there...

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  14. Looks like a beautiful and scenic city to visit. It is a place I have not been to yet, so you have encouraged me to make this a place to see. lovely photos

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  15. Lovely photos, and the colors are beautiful. We are planning to visit Prague this summer, so I just read all your posts on Prague. What great information! I've noted much of what you wrote in my travel info. I'm so excited to tour this historic city!

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    1. I am really happy Sharon I could help out. I think everything you want to know is in these travel posts! I wish you a great time on your travel to Prague.

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  16. Great pictures! (as always)

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  17. After joining your great pictures, i want to visit prague at once!

    Greetings from Germany ... Frauke

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  18. Prague is truly a stunnung city, thank you for sharing you amazing shots !

    Thanking you for hosting too,
    I'm sending hugs and more hugs to you

    XO Daniela at - My little old world - (Dany)

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  19. Beautiful pics. Thanks for hosting and have a wonderful week. Love your pics.

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  20. Mersad, what lovely treasures! The red tile and copper roofs highlight these beautiful buildings. Thanks so much for sharing...enjoy your weekend.

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  21. Prag ist sehr schön und ich war noch nicht dort.
    Liebe Grüße

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  22. beautiful city, beautiful pictures!

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  23. Calling by from Our World Tuesday, hope to visit Prague soon, recently back from Budapest which we loved!

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  24. Beautiful captures of spring, Mersad!

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  25. Awesome, awesome photos! I visited Prague last year and want to go back already. There is so much to see and absorb.

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  26. I agree. Prague is one of the most beautiful cities I have visited. Your photos show it off well, and it's nice to see you in a shot.

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  27. So lovely to see you and your wonderful photography in Nature Notes Mersad. I would love to visit Prague and am going to look at your other photos of it.. I fear that Americans are not going to be as welcome in some other countries because of the horrible government that we have now, but I hope things were get better.....Michelle

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  28. I think it's one of this places where tourists are always :) They are everywhere and every time of day and night. Beautiful city. I like your spring captures very much.

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  29. I love how vivid your photos are.

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  30. What a great trip to this beautiful city

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  31. Another beautiful spot in the world that I've yet to see!

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