Prague, A City Best Seen At Night

by Brea

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My favorite time to take photos and explore a city is in the evening, when the sun has lowered and the light becomes softer and eventually becomes a beautiful rich blue color. But you don’t need me to tell you that. Here’s some photos from my last trip to Prague.

Below is Prague’s dirty little secret. Prague and all the beautiful statues and architecture and COVERED with gigantic spiders. I don’t know why. I tried to Google it but didn’t have much luck. Just know that when you’re in Prague, do not under any, ANY circumstances sit under a statue. Or at least look up before you do.

Walking from the castle through the streets….

I love all the lights in this city

And my personal favorite, the view from the tower overlooking the Old Town area. There’s a small fee, but the views are fantastic. Again, just avoid the spiders! I had momentary amnesia and forgot about these spiders…then I looked up. So gross.

The image above is of inside the tower.

Below is in the square, listening to someone play bagpipes. I imagined he was actually Scottish, but who knows.

Can you tell in the photo above I’m jumping and trying to tap my feet like a leprechaun?! Look closely, because I am.

I have about a million photos from my last trip to Prague…so maybe you’ll be seeing more soon. No promises though.


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syiera January 14, 2015 - 10:25 pm

Such a pleasant trip you have here.
May I know which tower that you talked about?
The one that "the view from tower overlooking the Oldtown" ?

Brea Darnell January 20, 2015 - 5:29 pm

Hey! It’s the Astronomical clock tower in the Old Town.

Joyce April 22, 2015 - 8:51 am

Hi, what month of the year were you there? I am thinking of visiting in January but worried that this might be a mistake:(

Brea Darnell August 3, 2015 - 5:58 pm

Hey, sorry this is a bit late, but better late than never! I’ve been in September and July. January will be pretty cold but I bet it’ll be just as beautiful and you’ll avoid the tourists. If you want a nice foggy photo of Charles bridge winter might also be better. So if you don’t mind bundling up and don’t mind colder weather I would say go for it. Although now that I think about it, I went to Vienna in January a few years ago and it was pretty cold! We made a lot of stops for hot beverages 🙂


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