BEST INSTAGRAMMABLE SPOTS IN PRAGUE (2020)
Prague just like Paris is such a photogenic city. There are so many places that you can see if you are keen on Photography.
I am not a Pro in Photography but I do love taking nice photos and I just love this place so much because it feels like I am in a Fairytale setting.
To see these Instagrammable Spots in Prague, 1 or 2 days is enough. But if you are staying for a week or so, check out this Prague 7 Day Itinerary from Town and Tourist that will help you see more of Prague in a week!
Here let me show you my most favorite instagrammable spots in Prague.
INSTAGRAMMABLE SPOTS IN PRAGUE
This is one of the most popular tourist spots in Prague so expect that there will be a lot of people.
Honestly, in my 2 days in Prague and going there so often, I never saw this bridge without people. There are always a lot of tourists taking pictures.
But maybe try sunrise, I bet the view from a bridge overlooking the river is majestic.
I probably do this when I come back to Prague soon.
But even though this is a very busy spot, your Prague adventure will not be complete without a walk-in Charles Bridge.
It is one spot that Daniel was so excited to show me when we visited Prague.
We stayed in a place near this Dancing House so we visited a lot of times.
It is a very interesting architecture with a lot of amazing curves that if you look closer makes you think how is possible? But yeah it was possible!
But you might be interested in what is inside? There is a gallery, restaurant and a glass bar inside and you can enter it for free.
Plus, if you want some nice view, you can climb up the terrace that is accessible through the glass bar.
Prague Castle is another famous tourist spot in Czech and is listed as one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Entering the Palace ground is free but if you want to enter and see the main attractions such as the St. Vitus Cathedral, Golden Lane and Old Royal Palace then you have to get a ticket or join a tour.
This is truly one of the most Instagrammable Spots in Prague.
However, if you are just after for photos there are a lot of sweet spots that you can enjoy taking snaps and you do not have to pay anything.
If you are looking for ways to travel to Prague on a budget, check out my other posts where I gave tips on how you can Travel Prague without breaking your bank.
Letna hill gives you a nice overlooking view of Prague. From here you can see all the bridges of the city and photographed it.
You can also stroll in Letna Park or maybe hang out in the beer garden in the area and have a few beers while enjoying the city view.
THE NATIONAL MUSEUM
The National Museum is a true landmark in Prague.
It is one of the most significant establishments in Prague but when we went there some of the parts of the museum were closed because of reconstruction so if you are keen to enter do your research and check if they are already opened.
But, if you are not a museum geek like me and just want to enjoy taking photos, outside and surrounding the museum is a perfect instagrammable spot.
OLD TOWN SQUARE
Oh, the Old Town Square. My favorite instagrammable spot in Prague. Not just for Instagram but I am truly in love with this place.
Growing up, I love watching fairytale like most of the girls does and this place is just a dream come true. The whole of Prague is a fairytale brought into life.
The Old Town is dominated by a lot of historical buildings and monuments like the Astronomical Clock.
The place is not just great for photography but a good place to watch people go by and tourists like you enjoying this magical instagrammable spot in Prague.
There are many ways and spots that you can photograph the Old Town or yourself in the Old Town like climbing the Old Town Hall Tower if you want some overlooking views of the city.
This is the most favorite instagrammable spot of Daniel.
He asked me so many times to post for a photo here but I am not sure if we managed to snap some good ones because of the number of people that are always in the area.
Just like Charles Bridge, we came here very often and never saw the place without people so be prepared and patient if you want to snap some photos.
In my opinion, the best spot is right in front of the Clock.
Also, stay a little bit longer because every hour the clock sings and you will see the procession of the 12 apostles and other figures on the side of the clock moves.
Petrin Hill is a little bit farther from the center but going there is worth it.
Most of the area is covered with Park so if you are a nature lover just like me I am sure that you will love this place so much.
The best thing about this spot is that it offers the best view of Prague City from above.
You can climb on foot or you can take the funicular but I preferred to walk because I enjoyed the lined trees along the way.
You will see a few restaurants too so if you like to grab some snacks or maybe go for dinner it is perfect.
Once you get to the top, you will understand why this one is a great instagrammable spot in Prague.
When I was planning my Prague trip, Lennon Wall was something I was not super excited about.
Well, it is just a wall after all.
But when we got there, it was a lot of fun to take photos.
People are lining up so nicely to take turns taking photos and I enjoyed it.
I think if you are in the area it is worth seeing.
Ohh this beautiful church. Just from the outside, you can already tell that it is majestic.
It reminds me so much of the St. Stephen Cathedral in Vienna and I thought they are equally beautiful.
When you see the inside of the St. Vitus you will immediately notice the stunning gothic architecture and the beautiful stained glass on the ceiling.
It is quite hard to take photos though because of the number of people inside the cathedral but if you are patient which we are not, I am sure you will find a spot by yourself and take some photos.
There you have it. 10 Instagrammable spots in Prague.
My personal favorite? Old Town Square and the Prague Castle.
Have you been to Prague too? Which of these are your favorites? Or do you have other places you would recommend?
Let me know in the comment section below. I would love to see them when I go back to Prague.
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