Prague in photos

To continue my haven’t-written-about-the-trip-so-I’m-showing-photos-instead little series, here are some pictures that will help me remember our stay in Prague.

Entering the Old Town Square as the sun began to sets (at about 4!) on the twinkling revelry of the Christmas Market must be one of the great European travel moments. I spun around like a top, mouth open in full gaping tourist mode. I felt like I’d stumbled into a Christmas version of the game Candyland.

Christmas market in Old Town Square

Christmas market in Old Town Square

We walked to dinner the first night in a cold rain. It was easy to imagine a time when Prague wasn’t the inviting place it is now.

A quiet street

A quiet street

Strahov Monastery

Strahov Monastery

Looking back across the Charles Bridge towards Old Town

Looking back across the Charles Bridge towards Old Town

Prague Castle

Prague Castle

St Vitus Cathedral

St Vitus Cathedral

Overlooking Prague from the castle grounds

Overlooking Prague from the castle grounds

the old Jewish Cemetery

the old Jewish Cemetery

Horse carriage on Parížská Street

Horse carriage on Parížská Street

Super Vafle!

Super Vafle!

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3 responses to “Prague in photos

  1. Stumbled upon your blog through a related articles link and LOVE your pictures of prague!! Probably my favorite european city, just so gorgeous! Enjoy your travels!

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