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Top 14 things to do in Prague with kids in 2022

“Cities arenʼt for kids,” you might say, “they need open space to move around.” Well, I have some good news for you – Prague will soon do away with this conviction as your kids fall in love with the city forever. Donʼt believe me? Check my list below and see for yourself. (And start looking…

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June 29, 2022

Want To Be a Responsible Tourist in Prague? This Is How You Do It!

Prague is romantic, historic, beautiful and the ultimate beer lovers’ paradise. Since the Covid-19 pandemic appears to be abating, it’s also coming back to its own as 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…

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June 22, 2022

Operation Anthropoid – The Story of Brave Paratroopers – 80th Anniversary

“Great crises produce great men and great deeds of courage.” – John F. Kennedy On the morning of May 27, 1942, around 10:30, two men, Jozef Gabčík and Jan Kubiš, waited in the sharp bend of a road near the Bulovka hospital in Prague 8. Bicycles parked nearby for an escape, and a long coat…

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June 15, 2022

Prague’s Open-Air Cinemas – Strangest Places to Watch Movies in Prague this Summer

Are you going to be in Prague for at least a few days this summer season? Do you like sitting under the open sky with a beverage when the weather is nice, but at the same time you’re also convinced that there is no activity watching a movie would not make even more enjoyable? (Doesn’t…

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June 8, 2022

What You Didn’t Know About J. V. Myslbek, the Author of the Giant St. Wenceslas Statue

I bet that if you were asked to name a Czech sculptor or two, you would probably be slumped. I don’t blame you, Czechs are not exactly Florentines when it comes to art. Some names do, however, keep popping up and Josef Václav Myslbek, who died exactly 100 years ago on 2nd June 1922, is…

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June 1, 2022

Unmissable Prague Music Festivals – June 2022

Whether you’re in Prague for a month or just for a few days this June, you probably won’t be starved for entertainment. There is beer to drink, all the almost compulsory touristy sites to visit, people to meet and the atmosphere of general relaxed splendour of summer to soak up. If you want to add…

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May 25, 2022

To Beer, Or Not to Beer – The Beginnerʼs Guide to Czech Beer

When you think of the Czech Republic, you probably think of beer. If this is not the first association that pops into your head, it will be after you finish reading this blog. Because, if any nation takes its beer seriously, it is the Czechs. We consume the largest amount of beer per capita in…

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May 18, 2022

Hollywood in Prague, Part 2 – Time Travel with Mozart

As discussed before, tourists are not the only people who noticed that Prague (and the Czech Republic in general) has considerable charm – world’s filmmakers have also gotten the memo. In the first installment of our Hollywood in Prague series we thought back to the first Mission: Impossible movie, this time we’ll change tack and…

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May 11, 2022

The Best Prague Gardens in the Prague Castle Neighbourhood to Check Out this May

It’s May! The days are long, flowers are in bloom, bees are starting to buzz everywhere, and Prague is getting besieged by swarms of tourists. If you want to avoid the most crowded touristy spaces for a while and rest your eyes on some greenery (did you know that Prague is the 11th greenest city…

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May 4, 2022

The Czech Witch-Burning Festival of April 30th and Why You Want To Take Part

Springtime in Prague is beautiful. Plants are just starting to bloom, sidewalk seating spread around town, and, even though it may not look that way this year yet, the winter coats are shelved for warm weather clothing. But wait! Before we can feel safe knowing the warmth will stay, we need to ensure that the…

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April 29, 2022

Why You Should Visit the Convent of Saint Agnes?

Have you ever heard of the convent of Saint Agnes in Prague? We’d bet you haven’t! And guess what, the other tourists haven’t either. While crowds of them clog the Old Town Square and Charles Bridge, there are these inconspicuous places in Prague that will simply take your breath away. Anežský klášter is one of…

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April 27, 2022

Hollywood in Prague, Part 1 – The Exploits of Ethan Hunt

Have you ever watched a big Hollywood or international film and thought: That looks familiar, I wonder where they filmed it? Well, to Prague-dwellers, this happens quite a lot. The Czech Republic (and Prague in particular) emerged from behind the Iron Curtain as one of the most attractive places for Western productions to film, for…

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April 20, 2022