Staropramen cut. The beer costs 45 CZK.
The next morning...
Bridges over Vltava river.
In the park there were shoes hanging from the wires. We only had single pair of shoes each, so we decided no to throw our shoes there :)
In Prague (and all over the Europe) was very warm weather for this time. The flowers started to bloom and bees woke up. They don’t know yet that it would be -2 in two weeks.
We wanted to visit Royal Gardens, but it was closed over the winter.
Had to walk around and go to Prazsky Grad, to the St. Vit Cathedral.
St. Vit Cathedral.
Close to cathedral was another Christmas market.
View on Prague city.
A gift from British society to the people of Czech and Slovakia.
Christmas tree in the tram.
The streets are so narrow, that they had to install a traffic light!
Actually, it’s just a trick luring people into the restaurant downstairs.
Karlov’s Bridge towers.
Wealthy tourists are using such cars.
Cafe “At the Devil’s”, next to church.
It’s very crowded on Karlov’s bridge.
View from the bridge on another bridge.
Karlov’s Bridge, side view.
Small Christmass markets are almost on every square.
Way to the main city square.
In the evening we went out for a dinner.
Veprevo koleno - pig’s knuckle.
Prazsky Grad and St. Vit Cathedral.
Old town view.