Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic

Czech Republic, Europe, Karlovy Vary, Leila Mekhdiyeva, spring, travel

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 As you may know, traveling is one of my all time favorite things to do. Nothing inspires me more, nothing makes me feel alive more, and nothing makes me wanna learn about our planet, about the world we are living in and different people all around me more than traveling.

I truly understand how blessed I am being given such an amazing opportunity to see the world, to explore, to discover, to wander, to get lost in different cities, while trying to understand myself. And with all of that, I just realized that I’m a very picky person when it comes to giving points to the city or town or just place, in general.

Last week I with my friends went to the beautiful town in Czech Republic, Karlovy Vary, the place that I wanted to visit since I moved to Prague. However, while being there I didn’t feel anything special at all. Unfortunately, Karlovy Vary didn’t intrigue me as much as I thought it would. So after few hours of wandering around the town, which is not that big at all, I realized that I can’t wait to go back home, to Prague.

This is how I felt while being there, and honestly, those were my thoughts after the trip. But now looking at these amazing photos that I made there, I kinda understand how bitchy I may look while writing this, but don’t get me wrong. I believe, that every place is truly special and beautiful in its own way, but as much as “beauty is in the eye of beholder”, this is how I saw Karlovy Vary.

If you want to get your own impression and have your own point of view, go for it! Come and wander, and maybe you WILL fall in love with Karlovy Vary. <3

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One thought on “Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic

  1. Before her sight, as in the sun’s hot ray,
    Before her breath, as in the spring’s soft wind,
    The heart in its deep wintry cavern melts away…

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