Just over an hour driving from Vienna and we hit the border of Austria and Cech Republic. Our first stop next to the border was a weird Soviet era shopping and amusement complex. Kind of a rundown Las Vegas. But toilets were free to use.
We stopped for lunch in the town of Telc (with an accent on the c, and rhymes with belch) which features a town square with builidings conserved from the Renaissance and Baroque periods.
A few more hours driving and we were into Prague.
We had time to walk around before dinner.
The street called the Champs Elysees of Prague:
An Art Deco building:
Another interesting building:
Market and one of many churches:
Cobblestones everywhere. This was in front of a synagogue:
The city is also known as the city of spires. We got a sense of this on our after dinner stroll: