When I arrived in Prague last year, my idea of its grandiose and beauty was chiefly shaped by what I had heard from friends and relatives and read in a few travel articles. The image I had was of a city with marvelous architecture well preserved over ages. As I started to explore the city, I slowly came to realize that my initial impression of the city was only a shadow of what the city actually has to offer. It gradually deemed upon me that its much more than what we see in those intricately designed castles, churches and monuments. It is about the feeling , about the vibe, about visualizing the harmony of its man made monuments and charming nature and the symphony of old and new. And the best time of a day to enjoy this harmony - this oneness is the evenings.
When we talk about evening in Prague , where else to start other than most famous Charles Bridge. An evening stroll in and around the Charles bridge with the views of the serene river , of the fleet of birds flying in unison in different forms, the sight of lamps on the bridge and monuments across the city slowly beginning to light up- give a very charming and idyllic experience. The sound amalgamation of burbling river, chirpy birds ,violin played on the Charles bridge and the chill in the air add to the overall vibe of the place.