Pitstop at Praha

Karlův most, Praha

Things went too fast in Praha, Czech Republic when the Iron Curtain fell. Located one and a half hours by car away from the German border this city was immediately flooded by tourists and the city council had to take many fast decisions. Multi-storey car parks arose everywhere in the town, hip-on-hop-off busses appeared and the city lost a bit of its bohemian atmosphere.

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