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Perfectly photograph villages to see in Prague

By Carlton Leisure - 30/04/2015

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You need to pack your bag and leave your home to visit these picturesque villages of Prague.

Old Prosek

This picturesque village is surrounded by hill offers you fantastic view. The oldest church dates back to the 11th century and a decorative home of the catholic priests. Every September a party of extensive meal is organized in the open area of the village following wines from the close by vineyard. Even you can enjoy a bobsled run here. Visit an ancient prosek to find a bona fide pub. Enjoy your meal at night and relax.

Stresovicky

May be, ever you would plan to travel Golden Lane to discover its quaint old Stresovicky on the southern slopes of Stresovice. It is the best potted rural community in Prague. On young tomcats lane you will get the actual atmosphere of this former worker’s hamlet. During a walk to the narrow road, you can discover old houses, stones path and imitation of old gas lamps.

Tejnka

Almost 1 km away from the Prague Castle area, you will get Tejnka, filled with tenement houses. Local people try to store the place and the neighbourhood celebrates a long-established street fair on the open area of the Tejnka. The old ambience can be specially felt in the nearby pub Na Záverce, situated in the century of 1874 and significant of the previous farmhouse of the similar name.

Old Hostivar

In the Botic valley stream, there is a number of imposing farm houses, in the middle of them two previous water mills. A network of slight lanes with little pretty residences makes the notion of Bethlehem on a gradient on top of the Botic. On the open area of the village, there is a church with the oldest wooden bell towers in Bohemia and the typical village pub. The best highlight is the Toulcuv Dvur consists of wooded path through the wetlands.

Old Bohnice

The best thing waiting to allure you, when you take a turn toward the corner and abruptly see a South Bohemian village. The open area of the village is bordered by the baroque Vraný´s farmhouse with actual gables, stored barn, baroque manor, neoclassical church and an Art Nouveau building which previously house an eating place and cinema. On the hill, you can travel for a sociotherapeutic farm and a little ahead along there is a strange old graveyard for prisoners of the close by insane refuge.

All these antique villages look more than a fairy tale and give you wonderful landscapes to photography. All these can be a part of your tour, if you book flight tickets to explore Prague, Czech-republic. Visiting these places will make you spell bound and give you many reason to back here to enjoy your leisure time or holiday.