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Yes, there are vegetarian restaurants in Prague… and they’re fantastic

Things to do in Prague

When one thinks of vegetarian-friendly cities, Prague is not normally the first place that comes to mind – in fact, it may not even be in the top ten. But for those of you unwilling to falter, you’re in for a nice surprise. In fact, our capital is quickly…

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The perks of the grape harvest season in Prague

Festivals and cultural events

Did you know that apart from beer, the Czech Republic has also a rich production of wine? In fact, our wine ranks among the best in the world and its production is accompanied by numerous celebrations. Early autumn is the time that belongs to grape harvest, which means a plenty of wine tastings…

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Something Czech: Traditional souvenirs from the heart of Prague

Things to do in Prague

Just admit it – souvenir hunting might as well be one of your favourite sports. But it can get quite tricky! You can always buy one of these Made-in-China sweatshirts with a huge “I ❤ Prague” sign, but then why don’t you get something that was actually made HERE? Not so easy, you…

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The highlights of Czech cuisine and where to get them

Things to do in Prague

Have you ever heard of food tourism? Well, you better get acquainted with it, because the Czech Republic offers some of the best opportunities to stuff your belly! Getting to know the local dainties is an essential part of every trip and you definitely shouldn’t neglect it while in Prague. More »

How to skip the scams in Prague

Things to do in Prague

Exploring new cultures is a fantastic adventure that often leads to some of the best life experiences, but we have to admit: sometimes new places and cultures can make even the most seasoned traveller quake in their boots. Even those who love to travel are often afraid they’ll “get it wrong” and cause,…

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A look back at 1968: Fifty years since the Prague Spring

Festivals and cultural eventsHistoryThings to do in Prague

The Czech Republic is a country greatly affected by its socialist past. Formerly united with its neighbour under Czechoslovakia, the two countries experienced 41 years of a one-party communist rule that left behind a deep sense of disillusionment and frustration. Although there were continuous attempts at overthrowing this rule, it was not until…

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Retro Bike Tour – Prague from a new perspective

Tours

Prague is a truly diverse city and it allows for various ways of experiencing the local vibe. One option is to dive right in the city center and walk through the busy streets, another is to observe the bustling heart from a bird’s-eye view, offered by the hills surrounding the center. Beginning in…

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How to be a responsible tourist in Prague

Things to do in Prague

Prague is romantic, historic, beautiful and the ultimate beer lovers’ paradise. It’s also a tourist hot spot, which means when travel season rolls around, the city can be packed. To make the most of it while also minimising your impact, keep the following tips in mind. The locals will appreciate your efforts, and you’ll get…

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A local’s guide to Nusle, Prague

Neighbourhoods in Prague

Nusle is one of the less-known parts of Prague, that is nevertheless worth visiting. Escape the crowds surrounding the Prague castle and explore the other side of the river, with its own beautiful fortification and other hidden gems. Petr is our local expert in Prague, who will give you some tips on what to do…

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24 hours in Prague

Things to do in Prague

When travelling, we understand that you might not always want to follow the same “must dos” you see in every guidebook or on every travel blog, especially when you only have 24 hours at your disposal. What you might want to do instead, is learn something new, take a few steps out of your comfort…

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