A few weeks ago, I went on vacation to Prague, Czech Republic. While I was there, I did my best to take pictures of cars, and this is the result. Actually, if you think there are a lot of cars in this post, I wasn’t even able to photograph some of the AMGs, Ms, and even Lamborghinis that I saw.

Warning: If you are a professional photographer who likes good pictures, leave now. A good 90% of my pictures were taken while walking or otherwise in motion. That’s why they’re so bad.

Original Mini.

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For some reason I was compelled to photograph this trash can. Also: E63 AMG.

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Sneaky GT-R photobombed by 924.

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Lots of original Beetles in Europe. You’ll see more Torch, I promise.

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Awful picture but it’s a Tesla P85D.

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Even worse than the previous pic but Audi RS5.

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I almost peed myself when I saw this RS6 Avant about 50 feet from the RS5.

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These are everywhere but the Euro-spec Passat is gorgeous.

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I was actually quite proud of myself for getting a picture of this Mulsanne. Somehow, I got my phone out just in time to get a shot right when the car came into frame. Also, I noticed there was a strong preference of big, comfortable luxury sedans over sports car and exotics. Cobblestone streets do that.

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Another Beetle.

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Bentley Continental GT Speed. See what I mean about luxury cars?

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Cayenne Turbo as well. In addition to luxury cars, Czechs also like big, fast SUVs.

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S63 AMG. This thing circled the block twice then parked. For some reason I didn’t take a picture of it parked, but I saw it in the same square a few days later. You’ll see a picture of that too.

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My dad took this picture but the car went by quickly so I don’t know what it is. My dad says it was a Bentley. I’m thinking Aston.

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Our Beetle has found a friend.

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This is a brown BMW 320d wagon with a stick. The only thing that would make this more Jalop would be Miata.

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Can we get this in the States? It’s basically a Buick Regal wagon.

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The 911 is an exception to what I said earlier. I actually saw quite a few.

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X5 M50d. Because tri-turbo diesel.

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Citroën C4 Cactus. Prickly.

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This Audi A6 allroad was parked outside of the Škoda Museum, along with three brand new A8s, two of which were W12s.

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Unfortunately, I actually saw quite a few PT Cruisers running around.

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Camaro SS, trying to look normal.

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Another wagon we need in America.

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Blending in.

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Saw this F-type a few days earlier and finally got a picture.

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I have no idea what this is, but it was cool.

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This fantastic F430 Spider was one of two exotics I was able to photograph.

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More Beetle.

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I was surprised to see a 300 SRT.

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Corvette in Europe. This one had modified front and rear fascias, so it looked a little weird.

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That same Beetle, in the same spot, two days later.

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Another bad picture but I couldn’t resist a shot of the S63’s rear. This is the pic from a few days later.

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The new Q7 looks much better in real life than in pictures. I wasn’t quick enough to photograph the front, so I ended up with a decent back shot.

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If you zoom in a lot and then squint, this sort of resembles a Ferrari 458, because it is. I heard it coming for a few blocks away but didn’t know what it was. I was so mesmerized by the sound to take out my phone immediately, so I ended up with this awful picture.

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This is not a Chevy Volt. This is an Opel Ampera.

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Note the SRT8, Hennessey, and 1100 HP badges on the back of this Jeep.

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Last and possibly least, our rental car, a Citroën C4 Picasso. Look for a review later.

In addition to doing car spotting, I also visited the Škoda Museum and factory, as well as my uncle’s brother-in-law’s collection of Ferrari’s. I’ll write about those in separate articles, in addition to my Citroën review.