Why hello there! Thank you so much for returning to check my blog! It means a lot especially as I've not posted in a while! I got back from Prague nine days ago and I've only now built up the courage to race reality and get on with uni work. Of course that is a lie, I wouldn't be here blogging if I was doing uni work...
Anyway, I am so excited to share with you my pictures from Prague. It was so lovely and magical and an all round beautiful place. We stayed for four days and really didn't want to leave. The weather was perfect, on some days everyone was in t shirt and shorts and silly me packed jumpers thinking April would still be cold! I think its fair to say its definitely a place I would go back to!
This was taken on our third day, we wandered across Charles Bridge and headed up to the castle, inside one of the many courtyards stood this cathedral. Walking under the archway and coming face to face with this amazing building will always stay with me.
This is the view from under the archway. Wow.
Taken on our last day, we decided to have another mooch around the easter markets. We hadn't planned to go at Easter and only found out on the plane that the markets would be on! It was a great surprise! You can see the town hall in the distance.
A beautifully painted egg at the beginning of the markets.
See how warm it was!? Sunglasses weather I tell you!
Old town square was my favorite place; to eat and shop and people watch. Lots of street performers were out and the atmosphere was amazing.
One of the stalls on the easter markets sold real eggs that had been hand painted, I was too scared that one would break on the way home to buy one, but look how pretty they are!
The astronomical clock was cool to see, crazy to think its about 400 years old!
While we were there we were lucky enough to spot a Tim Burton exhibition at an art gallery. We just had to go and although you were not allowed to take photos inside it was wonderful to see all of his works under one roof, from films and puppets to scribbles on napkins!
This is a street near the castle, Prague was so pretty and it felt like you'd stepped back in time. While we were walking around we noticed a production company were making a film so we stood around to watch for a while before heading through the actual film set.
Not the post flattering photo but we took this the day before we headed across Charles bridge, it was too late in the day to venture across then but it was still great to see!
Charles bridge is probably the longest bridge I've walked across and it was full of statues, stalls, artists and street performers so it was lovely to walk across!
I'll leave you with the view from Charles bridge!