Eastern Europe Trip // Prague: Christmas Market At Wenceslas Square – After checking into our hostel, we did not hesitate much and headed out to explore the city right away. Though it was a slow walk into the city centre as we found that Prague is not as huge as other capital, in fact it’s small and definitely walkable around the main attractions.
Before I start with the pictures, I have to say that I am now kinda regret not including Cesky Krumlov into my Prague trip as the beautiful historical town with an awesome palace lies just two hours from Prague. So the lesson is, do more research before heading for a trip as we just went through briefly on the travel guide about Prague when planning.
Back to the post, we didn’t really do much research on Prague as we were just relying on the free tours and the guide map. Since it’s dark out there in the afternoon, the only thing we could do and enjoy was to check out the Christmas Market at Wenceslas Square. There’s two Christmas Market, one at the Old Town Square and another at Wenceslas Square. However, we only went to one at night because we thought that Christmas Market all looks just the same, moreover we would be checking the other one out during the free walking tour, so….. HAHA.
The road to the city centre was slow and quiet; the bustle atmosphere and chattering can only be felt when nearing the New Town. Since Prague is so small and relaxing, the night was explored slowly with no rush. =)
Beautiful graffiti in Prague. I like how they spray it well and not spray it like a mess.
Welcome to the Christmas Market at Wenceslas Square, the same Christmas Market’s food like sausage, candy, mulled wine and more.
Bata! Many people in Malaysia is still not aware that Bata is actually a Czech Republic’s company! It’s my favourite brand for white school shoes during my school days! =)
First try on hot mulled wine @ 2.5Euro per cup. Taste weird, but quite nice to drink in a cold weather.
Looks like a parliament building or administrative building, but no, it’s the National Museum of Prague.