What this traveller saw….in Prague

Some images from my travels well over a decade ago… in the days of film I was less trigger happy, and I generally tried to avoid people, especially tourists! But sometimes you can’t get what you want:

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I love the ceiling of that room in the castle, and the cobbles in the streets. Prague was busy enough back then, goodness knows what it is like now.

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33 comments

  1. Oh, you brought back some good memories for me Sue. It’s around 25 years since I was there (an date crowds were just as bad). I love that ceiling too – and it would definitely appeal to my camera lens! And the religious procession is fascinating.

  2. Finally, somewhere I have actually visited…
    We went in the month of January, so there were not too many tourists. (Still a lot though)
    https://beetleypete.wordpress.com/2015/05/02/holidays-and-travel-prague-2011-part-one/
    Nice memories, Sue.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Thanks to you and other travelling bloggers I can visit all the places that I did not have time to visit when I was younger. Great photos in monochrome!

  4. Nice images Su – at the time, people and vehicles can be annoying but, as the years pass, this adds interest and places the photo in a specific time. One day the tourists’ clothes will look very odd/old-fashioned 😉

  5. We were there just two weeks ago. Beautiful city.

  6. Lovely photos, really enjoying ‘what this traveller saw 🙂

  7. Never been there, so enjoyed these, people or not. Tourist places are touristy for a reason; hence, people. Like you, I prefer none, but it doesn’t always happen.

    janet

  8. I have been to Prague in October and it was still busy, despite the wet weather. A fascinating city though. I loved it!

  9. I was there just before Christmas, lots of people around for sure, but what a beautiful place.

  10. It sounds like I’ve left it to late to go to Prague, it’ll be heaving with tourists 😦

  11. This is incredible! I lived in Prague last month and fell in love. It’s so amazing to see the places I feel like are burned into the backs of my eyelids in such a different way.

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