The oldest bridge in the very heart of Prague, Charles Bridge, is the top stop on every tourist’s “must-see” list. Rumored to use beer in it’s construction, the bridge was finished in the 15th century by King Charles IV, who brought Prague into the Golden Age. Charles IV made Prague the capital of the Holy Roman Empire and lay the foundations that made Prague the city it is today.
After living in Prague for almost two decades, I am still as fascinated with the Charles Bridge as tourists are seeing it for the first time. During these many years, I have discovered the best spots to photograph the Charles Bridge. Some much less-known than others.