Walking through Prague

I had a couple of days off work this week, and I spent the extra free time wandering the streets of Prague. I love taking in the city by exploring and meandering. : )

Today, I started my walk near the Vltava River….

cafe.

The restaurants along this part of the riverside have a great view of the Charles Bridge and Prague Castle.

restaurant with a view.

Later, I tried this traditional Czech/Slovak bread. It’s a good, quick snack – perfect for my walk. I loooved the taste of cinnamon.

czech bread.

Then I walked up and down these streets, near the castle…

one way.
downhill.

…where I came across this bakeshop selling goodies through the window!

windowsill.

Where did you walk today? : )

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10 Comments to “Walking through Prague”

  1. 2nd-to-last photo : that’s Nerudova, in Mala Strana, isn’t it? 🙂

    Great walk!

  2. I’m enjoying very much your journal in images. It’s great to see new places (or old ones – I’ve been to Budapest) through your eyes. I have an amendment… 🙂 What you name “traditional Czech bread” is, as far as I know, a Szekler pound cake named Kürtös Kolács. And I like it a lot, too. 🙂

  3. 🙂 I like this post 8and the blog in general) But this particular one made me remember this beautiful city. Thank you for the pictures and thank for sharing…

  4. I would love to visit this place one day!

  5. To have meal by the riverside would be a great experience. I like the pictures.

  6. Oh.my.gosh. Trdelnik! That’s the first thing I ever ate when I visited Prague and it was soooo good. Maybe it was because I was starving and exhausted after a day-long bus ride and it was raining, but this post just reminded me how awesome that stuff was. Just a little jealous :).

  7. I love your pictures. You are a very good photographer. I’m sorry to hear about your mother’s health. I wish you all the best. I truly enjoy reading about your travels 🙂

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