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All reviews both sides beautiful statues old town street artists late at night avoid the crowds across the river prague castle nice walk lesser town mala strana tourists vendors beggars musicians caricature painters
I came here almost 20 years ago. It changes a lot but Charles bridge is still handsome and fun to walk. It becomes so crowded nowadays but I still like it here. Now there are a few street performers and some painting stalls. It is...More
Headed to the bridge early in the morning to beat the crowd before i started my day for Terezin Concentration Camp Tour. A wise choice to go there early to enjoy the scenery and take couple of pictures without alot tourist and street vendor.
We HAD to walk across the Charles Bridge because it's beautiful, iconic, and historical. Of everything we did in Prague, it was the most crowded as in THRONGS of PEOPLE every inch of the way! Still, you absolutely will want to see and appreciate the...More
We head for one of the famous bridges that crosses the Vltava River, Charles Bridge. Charles Bridge is a pedestrian only bridge that crosses the Vltava River. The spiked towers on either side were used as models to rebuild several of the other towers in...More
This is a wonderful old Bridge. It does though attract an awful lot of people. And quite frankly you can’t really see the bridge when you’re on it. That said, here’s a tip
Walk over to the Charles Bridge, enjoy it, walk over it and...More
Response from bybusorvan | Reviewed this property |
We've only been to Prague in May and their are usually some type of musical performers and artisans. However, it will be cold. I have heard that Wenceslas Square might have more performers during that time of year.