Hollywood actor Mel Gibson has decided in recent weeks to discover the beauty of Europe, and one of his stops after Budapest and Vienna was Prague, where he anchored for several days. At the same time, he used to move around the city center like a normal tourist, and he didn’t even try to hide behind sunglasses, as is the case with celebrities. In addition to well-known monuments, he also visited the restaurant of the chef and juror of the show MasterChef Jan Punčochář.
Well-known actor and idol of many women Mel Gibson is currently filming the new series The Continental in Budapest. However, when he is not there and has a few days off, he does not spend time at the hotel, but also visits other European cities. He first stopped in Vienna for a while, from which he continued directly to the capital of the Czech Republic.
He did not miss Charles Bridge and tasted Czech cuisine
Mel Gibson decided that Prague would come to the fullest and during his visit he did not miss any of the most beautiful landmarks – Charles Bridge. He attracts a lot of tourists every day and just like them, Mel Gibson is according to the site Prague newsletter as he walked across the river, he stopped to take a picture of some of the most lined statues.
When he wandered around the city, he decided to visit a luxury Italian restaurant on the Old Town Square. However, by being in Prague, he also wanted to taste typical Czech cuisine. During his visit, he therefore stopped at the well-known restaurant of chef Jan Punčochář in Dejvice called U Matěje.
Cruise on the Vltava with Pavlína Němcová
- During his visit to the capital of the Czech Republic, the actor did not even take a cruise on the Vltava, on which the Czech model Pavlína Němcová immortalized herself. She published the image from the beautiful meeting on her Instagram.
But Mel Gibson continues on his journey through Europe. On Sunday 29 May, he will speak to fans during his own talk show in Scotland, specifically in Glasgow, where he will return after more than twenty years of making one of his most famous films, Braveheart, in Scotland.