At Warwick University it is common for societies to have an Easter Tour at the end of Term 2, at the start of the Easter holidays. This is a good time to have one because it provides a welcome reward at the end of term, and is early enough not to clash with exams and essay deadlines. As the President of the Art Society, I was particularly looking forward to this years tour to Prague- organised and executed brilliantly by our Trip Exec, Charlotte Finley. Eight of us traveled to Prague, and I was the only bloke. Yes, I know. How DID I cope. Luckily, everyone on the trip was lovely, and we all got on really well. We had a couple of meals before heading over to Prague and had gotten to know each other, which was a good decision.
I will talk more about what we did and the experiences we had in a separate post. This page is chiefly dedicated to the beautiful city of Prague, and some of the photos I took whilst over there. When you visit Prague, you can’t help but notice the olde worlde feel to the place. There aren’t many high or modern buildings in its centre, the streets are all cobbled and uneven, marionettes and puppets are very common in shop windows, and this all combines for a very historic atmosphere. Consequently, the photos I took reflect this, and I hope they capture the mood of the city.
I haven’t put all the exact correct place names here with churches etc, but I hope you enjoy them all the same!