On the way to a cave we walked through quiet forest, saw some poisonous mushrooms and edible berries. These blackberries were good, just a bit sour.
More and more beautiful views...
This is the bone church Sedlec Ossuary, where about 60 000 persons rest. And yes, these are their bones.
It was kind of strange to look at these skeletons and imagine how they belonged to real human beings centuries ago. Who were they? How their lives looked like? What kind of things made them happy?
Cathedral of St Barbara, who is the main saint of miners.
Czechs use their own currency - Czech Koruna. While I still had different coins, I captured them 💰
Can you guess, which numbers are on the picture?
I got to try some traditional Czech food like dumplings with jam and their drink Kofola (which is like coca cola, but made by using 30 different herbs). We also went out to eat in a place called Veganland. It is located in Prague and I really recommend visiting it!
There were many options of foods like vegan pizza or sushi and also vegan buffet, which I preferred. This way I had the chance to try out different dishes. Everything was tasty, my favourite was the eggplant in sauce, yummy!
I had such a great week in Czech and I´m so glad I got to visit so many different places - a mine, a cave, rock city, bone church, national art museum and so on.
What kind of travellers are you - do you prefer a vacation on the beach, visiting all the cultural places or the combination of both?
Thank you for reading! 😊