Colorful Prague in Red

I have so much to show you that is amazing architecture, and it will be coming up shortly. The bridges, churches and cafes are such wonderful places in Prague. I am now in Hungary on our river boat and have yet to load the photos. It took us about ten hours to get to Hungary after a stop in Bratislava, Slovakia, the capital of that country.


The City of Prague is a very colorful place though, so I wanted to show you a few  of the images I was finding in the color red. I have quite a few cafe images, the cafes decorated with flowers coming up. They are so pretty and very welcoming. Take a look at some finds in red. Hopefully tomorrow, I will have the gorgeous images of the river sights.


The the subway in Prague below.


The Lennon Wall. More on that later. Internet really is a problem here. Enjoy the photos until next time.





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15 Responses to Colorful Prague in Red

  1. menomama3 says:

    So good to see your posts again. Prague looks like a wonderful place to visit. Love the one of the girl under the yellow tree. She looks like she’s posing for you.

  2. Wonderful images and I love all the flowers…when I visited Ireland, the towns and villages were always decked out in containers, windowboxes and gardens everywhere. I cannot wait to see so much more Donna!

  3. Charming Donna. Travel safe!!

  4. Europe really knows how to do window gardens! They are stunning. Prague is a beautiful city. Really looking forward to seeing your photos and reading about your travels! Enjoy!

  5. Good to see you blogging again, Donna. You are experiencing one of the things on my bucket list. I look forward to making the trip vicariously through you, as I can’t do it right now. Beautiful images. I especially love the pic of the girl. P. x

  6. The image with the woman in the red coat looks like you spent days setting up a photo shoot! And I just love the subway shot. Spectacular!

  7. aubreykash says:

    This looks like a truly magical place. I love how you have captured that!

  8. Pat says:

    What a beautiful place. I really love the first shot.

  9. Of Gardens says:

    Prague is a beautiful city – glad you enjoyed your visit

  10. Debra says:

    Like others I love the photo of the girl in red. I also like that first shot. I need to repaint the house and have been exploring colour ideas. The ochre looks great paired with the ceramic roof tiles. I usually think of that as a look from Spain or Mexico but I guess it can be found in many places. Add in the painted iron and hanging geraniums (?) and wow.

  11. bittster says:

    I can only imagine all your pictures if these are only the red ones!
    The café seems so familiar to me, impatients, pumpkins and mums and the menu seems to be in English. For as different as everything else is there’s always a touch of the global.

  12. A.M.B. says:

    I love the colors! I’ve always wanted to go to Prague.

  13. Diane says:

    Oh my Donna, this post (and the later one too) brought back wonderful memories for me. My husband and I took his mother to Hungary in 2000 for her 80th birthday (she passed away two months after our trip). She was born and raised in the interior of Hungary in the early 1900s. I remember the architecture and colors well. We, too, spent time in Bratislava. Your travels to Hungary are a walk down memory lane for me. Thank you!

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