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Czech’n Out of 2015 in Prague!

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Czech'n Out of 2015 in Prague - California GlobetrotterAnother year has come and gone and 2015 was such a great year, we really wanted to go out with a BANG so we headed straight to the capital of the Czech Republic for some good ol’ fireworks, chaos and fun!

With less than two weeks until the big night, we finally booked a hotel in Prague for the night after doing some serious research into the firework show to welcome in the New Year. We were hesitant at first, after having spent NYE in Budapest, Hungary in 2013 and being let down by absolutely NO professional firework show.

Before the count down to the final minutes could begin, we spent the entire day re-visiting some of the touristy hot spots for some new pictures, Czeched out the Christmas Markets throughout town which are open until January 6th, ate some amazing traditional Czech cuisine and froze our pattooties off!

Here are some great ways to say goodbye to another year while in Prague!

Walk around the Christmas Market in the Main Square – open until January 6th

Go up the Astronomical Clock Tower & look down on the Christmas Market – open until 2pm on Dec 31st.

Walk over the Charles Bridge / Climb the Charles Bridge Towers

Find some Love Locks

Bring Peace, Love & Happiness into the New Year by Czeching out the John Lennon Wall

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Feed the Swans by the Charles Bridge

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Enjoy the colorful architecture on Mala Strana

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Warm up at one of several firepits

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Walk up to the Prague Castle & enjoy the views

Czech out the Prague Castle Christmas Markets

Go early for a NYE dinner around 5-6pm before the crowds come!

Hang out at the Christmas Market at night for dessert & a concert

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Find a quite corner along the river to relax for the last few hours before the New Year!

Find a good spot on the Charles Bridge to watch the firework show!

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Pop a bottle of Chubbly and count down the last seconds of the year!

Bring in the New Year with a kiss from the one you love!

Czech'n Out of 2015 in Prague - California Globetrotter

If you’re interested in visiting the Czech Republic and are looking for more information, I highly recommend using the DK Eyewitness Travel Guide! Without these guides, I would be lost! This is my travel Bible!

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Other Great New Years Eve Destinations:

Budapest, Hungary

San Francisco, California

Be sure to check out some other amazing places to visit in the Czech Republic:

Prague

Cesky Krumlov

Ceske Budejovice

Karlovy Vary

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Author: California Globetrotter

At 14 I started traveling the world with my parents and was hooked! By 21 I was studying abroad in Heidelberg, Germany. By 26 I sold all of my belongings and bought a one way ticket to Germany to teach English. Little did I know, I'd meet the love of my life and end up traveling to the most romantic and idyllic towns in Europe and becoming a long-term expat in Bavaria! My name is Lorelei and I'm just your typical CaliGirl, Sunset Chaser, Fairytale Dreamer, Dress Lover, Traveloholic, Beer Drinker!

20 thoughts on “Czech’n Out of 2015 in Prague!

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  2. Beautiful photos! I spent NYE once in Budapest too and I was disappointed about the lack of fireworks, but it was still the best NYE I had🙂 Your photos have reminded me how much I miss Prague, I’m dying to go back!

  3. We have just spent New Years Eve in Split in Croatia it was wonderful lots of fireworks, not just the professional ones but the whole town gets into the spirit. Your photos of Prague are beautiful…we spent some time there last year , it is one of my favorite cities.

    • Unfortunate my firework pictures for Prague don’t do it justice – it had also started to snow just before midnight so many of the pictures are blurry but the city put on the show and other people had their own fireworks so it was kind of like we were surrounded by fireworks all simultaneously going off – We were in Split over summer so I can imagine how wonderful it was there!

  4. Happy new year, you certainly celebrated it with a bang! What a wonderful place to see in 2016. It must have felt so festive with the markets and the stunning arhitecture of Prague. Thanks for linking up with #MondayEscapes

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  14. Great post and beautiful pictures🙂 Lovely to see again some of the same sites we visited. I can only imagine how beautiful (and cold!) it must have been on NYE🙂

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