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Photo Walk: Vltava and Kampa in Prague

In Prague on May 8, 2011 by Petr Bokuvka Tagged:

Downtown Prague is a perfect place to walk on a beautiful spring or summer day. Naturally, there are three or four places to avoid due to huge crowds of tourists that make you stop or zig-zag frequently. The streets of the Kampa Island (just next to Mala Strana) are much more peaceful, even though tourists and locals find their way to this neighborhood as well. There is a huge park there where people are allowed to step, sunbathe and nap on the grass (which is restricted in most parks and gardens around downtown Prague). However, when it comes to Kampa, one needs to bring a bottle of water with them. In case of sudden thirst on a hot day, it would be a shame to relinquish a comfy park bench and search for a small convenience store…

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