Tag Archives: Charles Bridge
Continuing my series of European bridges, having already covered Northern & Southern Europe and the UK. My classification for Central Europe is Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Czechia, Slovakia & Slovenia. Switzerland If the earth’s creator had an idea for a fabulous train set, Switzerland would have been the perfect setting. It has however been left […]
What’s the point in taking photographs? This is the second in my series of favourite travel photos based on the memories they evoke and one or two that I consider passably decent. I am presenting them in clusters of five and today show my third favourite quartile. River Vltava, Charles Bridge & Prague Castle – […]
Prague is one of the cities that I miss the most with the travel ban, so I thought it was about time in featured in my MMB post. Join us over on Twitter @wilburstravels every Monday morning and just post a photograph featuring the colour blue to join in.
I first visited Prague in 1992 on the tail end of my third and final interrail trip. It was love at first sight, never before had I ever been so smitten by a place. The rattling old trams up to the castle, the amazing views across the rooftops down to the serene Vltava River and […]
I have visited the Czech capital on eight occasions. After my first brief visit in ’92 I fell in love with the place in a sad to be leaving couldn’t wait to get back kind of way. In September 1992 I was only there for a few hours at the tail end of my third […]
This photograph was taken during our visit for Christmas 2003. I absolutely love Prague and never will tire of this view of Charles Bridge, St Vitus Cathedral and the castle in the Mala Strana area of the Czech capital. Let’s drink to Bohemia!