[Travel time] Budapest is called the “Pearl of the Danube” and not without a very good reason. The city is like a jewel under the setting sun, watching the days go by with the flow of the Danube. By the bank of the Danube sat the statue of Attila József, a Hungarian poet, who seemed to be enjoying his time as he drew inspiration from the passersby.
[Travel time] A very similar photo to the previous one, but this time, it’s the roofs of Český Krumlov! I absolutely loved this little town to the south of Prague (more so than Prague, actually :O ), especially in the snow! They had their first snow of the winter as I arrived, and how romantic it was – even though I was travelling alone 🙂 Another fairy tale – is the Czech Republic filled with magic everywhere?
[Travel time] Before I went to Prague, in my mind, the city was a land of wondrous castles that jumped out of fairy tales. And it was. From the top of the Petrin Tower (mini-Eiffel Tower), the view towards the Prague castle and the entire castle district was quite magical. It really did look like a miniature toy-built model of a storybook setting.