One of the characteristics old cities in Europe have in common is that the buildings that line the main strip are often painted (or restored) in charming pastel colours.
Prague in Czech Republic was no exception, and as the city actually had a main town and an Old Town, colourful buildings dotted most of our visit.
Red wall and lantern
Red chairs on a colourful street
Close up of the green Hotel
Street in Old Town
A blue house
Stairs leading up to Little Quarter
The main strip
Prague is an architecturally beautiful city – the palaces and towers alone deserve plenty of time for admiration. Add in the Vltava river and a series of bridges over it and it’s a cityscape photographer’s dream.
We were almost late for a symphony at the synagogue because we spent so much time photographing the Malá Strana (Lesser Quarter) and Castle District!
Prague Castle and a river cruise with the Karlov Most over the Vltava River, Prague
Buildings on the Certovka
On the Karlov Most in front of the Old Town Bridge Tower
Ceiling of the Spanish Synagogue in Jewish Town
Prague astronomical clock, Old Town
Locks of love on the Karlov Most (Charles Bridge)