I was in Prague for the third time and didn’t get to see everything. For example, we didn’t have time to see the gardens below Prague Castle, but we did visit the Royal Garden. So in today’s post – the originally Renaissance garden was founded in 1534 and is located on the site of old medieval vineyards. Currently, the garden follows the tradition of an “English-style” park created there in the middle of the 19th century. It also contains elements of Renaissance character and Baroque (ornamental flower beds).
Our last day in Prague was rainy too. I back home today and promise to show you more photos next week.
Today we visited the Jewesh Museum and Josefow.
Last weekend I spent in my native town – Druskininkai, Lithuania. It is a resort based on natural salt springs and curable mud. Located on the right bank of the river Nemunas in pine woods, Druskininkai is proud of its nature, especially in April, when daffodils and sakura trees bloom around the Druskonis lake in the centre of the town. Thus, some photos from there.
From my yesterday travel to Kraków.