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The Sedlec Chapel of Bones

The Sedlec Chapel of Bones

In these dark days, how about a quick trip out of Prague with a decidedly spooky edge? Yes, we’re talking about the Sedlec Chapel of Bones, in the medieval town of Kutná Hora, whose beautiful Gothic and Baroque buildings have made it a World Heritage Site. more ...

Prague Astronomical Clock, marking time through the centuries

Prague Astronomical Clock, marking time through the centuries

Tick-tock, tick-tock, tick-tock. Time goes on. More often than not faster than we would like other times so slowly that it appears time has frozen. There are many clocks where we can observe how time slips through our fingers but not many as famous as the Prague Astronomical Clock. more ...

In search of the best clubs in Prague

In search of the best clubs in Prague

Those who think the bars and clubs in Prague are just about cheap beer and strip clubs are missing out – there’s much more to the Czech capital by night than this. Here, we look at some of the best clubs in Prague. more ...

Day Trips from Prague

Day Trips from Prague

Once you’ve seen the astronomical clock, braved the crowds on Charles Bridge, wandered through the Jewish quarter and had your umpteenth pint in the Old Town Square. What is there to do in Prague? Well, the first thing that comes to mind is to go on a day trip from Prague. more ...

Shopping in Prague: Garnet, Crystal, Marionettes and Liquor

Shopping in Prague: Garnet, Crystal, Marionettes and Liquor

Right, you’ve seen all the major sights in Prague, gotten lost in the ancient winding streets and downed a couple of Czech beers or maybe more all the while enjoying the feeling of not having to be anywhere in particular and at no particular time. The only date you have in the near future is with the airplane to take you home, which is when you start thinking souvenirs. So here are a few typical souvenirs from Prague more ...

Czech Beer Festival 2014

Czech Beer Festival 2014

The Czech Beer Festival 2014 will take place in Prague from the 15th of May to the 30th of May at the Exhibition Centre Prague Holesovice. If you needed a good excuse to visit Prague in the spring there you have it. more ...

Celebrating Christmas 2013 in Prague

Celebrating Christmas 2013 in Prague

If you’ve never experienced it before, Christmas in Prague is a fascinating time. The City of a Hundred Spires fills with carols, markets, ambient light, bowls of giant fish… Intrigued? Read on, as we take a look at some of the best activities on offer during Christmas 2012 in Prague. more ...

What to Eat in Prague?

What to Eat in Prague?

So, you are going to visit Prague! You know about the world famous astronomical clock with its intricate movements and figurines which have been marking time for centuries, the spires and bridges adding an air of mystery and intrigue to the city especially when shrouded in fog, the absolutely staggering amount of deliciously tasty beers and the sights. You have your weekend in Prague planned but what about the food? Did you know there is some really scrumptious food in Prague. Here is a guide of what to eat in Prague. more ...

Prague travel guide

Prague travel guide

There’s nothing like the mist rising up through the silent statues of Charles Bridge to remind you that Prague is a truly atmospheric city. With a “touch of the night” about it, the ancient Bohemian charms of prosperous Prague draw in thousands of visitors every year. As varied as it is goose-pimpling, Prague contains tourist sights of all styles and centuries. Without further ado, we’ve picked out the main attractions in Prague in our five-minute travel guide. Ready? Pojďme… more ...

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