One of my favourite places in Prague is Prokop’s valley. Here you can find some rest, you can also do some barbecue or you can find some refreshement in local stalls. To find some calm place you have to go off the main road that goes through the park. But it’s worth it if you prefer to rest without being disturbed.
Prokop’s valley is quite large and frequently visited, but most of the visitors stays on the main road…
Summer is here, temperature is rising and the nature is calling me every minute. So where can you find a piece of nature in Prague? Parks or woods, let’s say Háje towards Milíčovský les (forest). You can go on your own foot or on bicycle, both is fine. And this piece of nature in Prague is quite near the metro station (line C). Such a forest in such a weather is showing so much beauty.
I’m sure you have enjoyed nice weather and went out for a walk or something like that. I also went out during Easters and I have a tip for a nice trip to the Czech nature and some nice pictures from the trip.
Zihle is a small town in the north of Pilsen and its surrounding is known for its piles of rocks…
It’s really cold outside so I went back in my memories to Croatia. Shots from the last two day can be expressed like this.
I wanna go back to that bay, build there a proper pirate hideout (something like Tortuga) and defend it to my last breath. Let’s call this place Port Caen and you all will be welcome here.
Btw we also went around Sibenik to the freshwater lake Prokljan. I couldn’t believe it, but we really get from sea to the lake and swim in it.
Harrachov is a nice small town not only in winter. Even in summer/autumn it offers many for tourists like me. And i’m definitely convinced that it’s worth a visit. Here are few tips for what to see there in the video.
By the way i was also taking some photos, because Mumlava waterfalls are quite amazing for photographers.