Portal from the Charles Bridge in Prague. The Vltava River flows underneath while rivers of tourists flow over it.
Here’s a mostly-random, not-at-all-comprehensive collection of pictures taken while wandering around the old city of Prague in the Czech Republic this week with Claudia, her sister, and her sister’s boyfriend. Good times!
St. Vitus Cathedral, in the Prague Castle, was founded in 1344 and finally completed in 1929, nearly 600 years later.
We didn’t actually visit this museum, but did manage to see two Alphonse Mucha exhibitions – one of my favorite printmakers and artists of all.
Not actually free, but there’s no shortage of great cheap beer to be had in Prague!
Although I’m always impressed by the architecture and history of European cities, my favorite spots always tend to be the parks. Prague has a big park above the town, a quiet place to relax and escape the hustle and bustle for a while.
sweet bread, wrapped around a spit and roasted over coals. Delicious… and mesmerizing! Trdelnik
Birds fly over a tower at the Charles Bridge in Prague.
Sunset in Prague