From Place To Space: Prague

19 February 2012 0


The advantage of living in a city like Munich that is located in the heart of Europe, is the proximity of other European capitals. Like Prague. It is a few hours drive away and definitely worth a weekend visit. The medieval city center bursts with picturesque sights like the Prague Castle, the Charles Bridge and the Old Town Square. Don’t be surprised if you’re not all alone there – Prague has been discovered by many international tourists and has become a bustling city with a wide touristic offer. Try to discover the city off the beaten track and you will find charming little cafés and bars mainly visited by locals that will give a more genuine flavour of the Czech capital. 

But not everything is historical in the metropolis on the banks of Vltava river. Prague hosts some very refined, modern homes like this airy loft designed by local A1 Architects. Or a growing number of cool, urban design hotels like the Moods. Might be a good option for your weekend trip. Happy Monday, folks!

Photography: Loft via A1 Architects; Hotel pics via Hotel Moods; all other by Igor Josifovic.


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  • Reply kurt 20 February 2012 at 06:10

    simply adore prague. careful with those stairs down from the castle – they look slippery! it seems that it always is raining when i’m in prague. it’s lovely to see it in snow. we loved hotel jozef. their martinis were singularly spectacular and i have never seen so much glass so clean!

  • Reply Bojana 20 February 2012 at 08:28

    I still haven’t visited, but it’s rather affordable to travel there from Serbia nowadays, so it’s definitely on the 2012-13 list 😀 Btw, here are some fantastic photos of Prague that I came across just last night –

  • Reply apetyczneW 20 February 2012 at 09:07

    beautiful loft!!! and the check in is great (I think about the wall) 🙂 Oh… Munich I have lived in Munich when I studied architecture 🙂 but… come to Poland and write something about this country, ex. Łódź is the heart of Europe not Munich 🙂 in Łódź we have great place, see it:

    have a nice day!

  • Reply Miss B. 20 February 2012 at 09:38

    We went to Prague a couple of winters ago but I definitely did not see things like this loft. I loved Prague though.

  • Reply Stuart 20 February 2012 at 11:51

    I love the modern loft – Hope you had a great weekend! The photos are great too 🙂

  • Reply Lauren 20 February 2012 at 15:53

    Prague is on my “bucket list!” I love how you took a modern approach to this historical city, and I especially love the pop of gray and yellow.

  • Reply LatteLisa LisaHjalt 20 February 2012 at 17:24

    Wonderful photos of Prague. I love that city, definitely one of my favourites.
    And that loft your shared has some really good bones 😉

  • Reply Ada (hellooo home) 20 February 2012 at 18:12

    I looove the dining table in the loft! I so want one in our room, though I do love our black granite table (yep, we went for the modern look!).

  • Reply Uncle Beefy 20 February 2012 at 20:43

    Ha! You were visiting my blog while I was visiting yours, Igor!

    I would LOVE to see Prague! I’ve heard so many great things from everyone I know that’s gone. Then again, I’d love to see Munich! Another great place from what I’ve heard! I have travel catching up to do!

    Great post! And, thanks for your thoughts on “The Bedlam”! 🙂

    • Reply Igor Josifovic 20 February 2012 at 20:44

      Bradford, best solution: First Munich, then Prague! 🙂

  • Reply Elv's 20 February 2012 at 21:18

    Thanks for sharing Prague…. Beautiful pictures! beautiful loft 🙂

  • Reply Gerard 20 February 2012 at 23:13

    Agree with staying off the tourist trail when visiting any city. The number of tourists who do the usual tourist thing in a city such as London is astounding… but suits me that they stay away from the real gems. I’ve never been to Prague, but glad to see it has some lovely modern edges 🙂

  • Reply White Tapestry 20 February 2012 at 23:30

    I have a picture of myself in that same exact spot as your first photo in Prague! What a magical spot and city!

  • Reply Fenny Setiawan 22 February 2012 at 03:29

    Prague looks so nice, and I am fortunate will be traveling there on May. I will also visit Budapest as well. And since it seem so close to Munich, may be I can come to visit you :). I will see how it goes….

  • Reply Ally 24 February 2012 at 22:53

    I hear Prague is amazing, I’d love to visit someday. These photos are gorgeous though, my mom is an interior designer and would LOVE your blog! I’ll have to show it to her 🙂

  • Reply Anonymous 27 February 2012 at 14:56

    That’s awesome! Loved the loft and the architecture. Now even more excited to travel to Prague as I have planned City breaks in Prague this year on work. Looking forward to seeing them myself. Thanks for sharing here.

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