What’s around the corner? Trojský most (Troja bridge) over the Vltava river! When you come from downtown, use tram 17 or a shared bike. It will take you only a couple of minutes to see a giant sculpture. The innovative design makes it a truly photogenic object.
I can’t count how many bloggers and vloggers I have seen so far trying to catch various positions for their posts. The bridge creates a charming background. The first time I was crossing Trojský most, I can well remember. It was a mesmerizing moment.
The bridge connects Troja and Holešovice, two districts with many accessible local spots. It is multifunctional compared to the old one. It carries pedestrian and cycle traffic, four lanes of road traffic and a double-tracked tram line. Trojský most, opened in 2014, is one of the Prague’s eighteen bridges. The bridge is noted for its unusually slender arch. It was designed by London-based company Mott MacDonald and Prague’s architectural studio Koucky Architects. The bottom side is also nicely made. Standing under the bridge will offer you a view of tens of concrete waves. You can get there easily without any obstacles by bike path on both banks.
Photographing a beautiful scenery around, the hills with vineyard, the forest and villas or the little dock, sports water canal etc. might motivate you to come here. The effective lighting makes the bridge visible and impressive during the night as well. Perfection is definitely the right word to characterize this place.