Prague By Night

The beauty of Prague is undeniable, and never is it more beautiful than at night. On a winter trip to Prague, when by day we shivered beneath slate grey skies, by night we basked in the warm yellow glow of street lights. Although winter in the Czech Republic is far from a tropical paradise, there is no better time to visit in my opinion. In the summer you are battered about by millions of other visitors, and the locals are, quite understandably, harried. Prague is invaded in the summer, but the few who brave the cold Czech winter are rewarded.

These are my memories of Prague.

Old Town Square - Prague, Czech Republic

Old Town Square - Staroměstské náměstí

Church of Our Lady before Týn - Prague, Czech Republic

Church of Our Lady before Týn - Kostel Matky Boží před Týnem

Prague Castle - Prague, Czech Republic

Prague Castle - Pražský hrad

Charles Bridge - Prague, Czech Republic

Charles Bridge - Karlův most

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