Winter holiday time in the Czech. I was living here 2006/2007. It was a rainy day when we got off the train,but we still explored the city over a couple of days and had a great time soaking in the rich holiday spirit.
Outside the palace, historically the city was always taken over during any major war so most of the historic buildings are preserved. It makes it a great place to visit older types of European architecture.
Some of the fine workmanship of the locals.
The many booths set up for the holiday shoppers. As you strolled through the crowds and looked at the crafts of the many vendors, you couldn’t help but get excited about the season. People drinking hot drinks, being jovial and every corner providing another new experience. It was a great trip to Prague.
There is not time like the holidays to travel to new places but being with your family to priceless too. Be safe and happy
piz : )