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Cheap Eats: Where to Eat on a Budget in Prague? 2022 Update

You might have heard Prague is inexpensive, especially compared to the USA or Western Europe, so if you’re travelling on a budget it’s just the perfect place for you. But is it really as budget-friendly as it seems? The truth is, it really depends on where you go. Like in many touristy cities, many venues…

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July 13, 2022

Everything You Need to Know about Prague’s Christmas Markets 2021

Imagine this: you are in Prague for Christmas and wondering what is the best place to soak in the holiday atmosphere. Well, there is a simple answer: you shouldn’t miss the Christmas markets throughout the city. Or actually… this year it is, again, more like Christmas hotspots all over the city. Just before all the…

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November 13, 2021

Would You Dare to Try These 10 Weird Czech Foods?

When it comes to food, the Czech Republic always scores high – from the classic meat and dumpling dishes to the all-popular fried cheese and the scrumptious pastries that melt in your mouth, it is a true foodie paradise. However, like in every rich cuisine, some very weird foods lurk from the back of the cookbook….

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July 15, 2021

Coronavirus in Prague: 8 Photos of Prague’s Empty Streets You Must See

As the Coronavirus crisis sweeps over Europe, borders are getting closed and people are forced to stay home. In the Czech Republic, schools and most non-essential services are closed and people are under quarantine. Face masks have become our new reality whenever we need to go out. All of this has left Prague virtually empty,…

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March 24, 2020

The 8 Best Art Galleries in Prague

Thinking about what to do on these cold and rainy days? Christmas is over and Easter is still far, but Prague always has an ace up its sleeve. Now is the perfect time to check out Prague’s amazing galleries, and we have plenty of them. As the Czech Republic’s capital, Prague much more than a…

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March 2, 2020

The Best 5 Czech Pastries and Where to Get them

If you are planning a trip to Prague, chances are you know this to be the uncontested capital of beer. You also may be aware of our love for meat, but what about Czech desserts? Well, we have quite a sweet tooth. In fact, we enjoy our desserts so much that we even have sweet…

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February 3, 2020

What to Pack for Your Trip to Prague

Do you tend to plan your travels in detail or do you prefer to go with the flow when you arrive? If you are a bit like me, you will be in the first group. I have always enjoyed reading about the local culture and customs of my destinations beforehand. For me, it is important…

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January 13, 2020

A Local’s Guide to Prague in Winter

Let’s face it, travelling in winter might be a tad more demanding than your usual summer holiday. But, it can bring you so many great experiences that it’s really worth the extra trouble. And that’s twice as true for the winter in the Czech Republic. It’s not too cold, the temperature does not stay below…

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December 16, 2019

A Local’s Guide to St. Nicholas (Mikuláš) Day in Prague

Should you find yourself in Prague on December 5 as night starts to fall, the chances are that you will notice groups of angels and devils scaring children out of their wits. But don’t worry, this is not a nightmare, it is only Mikuláš – a quirky Czech holiday with a long tradition in our…

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December 3, 2019

Here Is Why You Should Spend New Year’s Eve in Prague

  Winter is almost here and the inevitable question keeps popping up in your mind – what should I do for New Year’s Eve? Of course, you can spend it with your relatives, throw a party in your hometown, or go to the mountains like you always do… but why not experiencing something completely new? …

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December 2, 2019

Czech Christmas through the Eyes of an Expat: A Practical Guide

Christmas in Prague is picturesque, charming and …well…different than what I grew up with in the US. Back home in the States we have Bing Crosby or Nat King Cole crooning about “chestnuts roasting on an open fire”folks “dashing through the snow” and an occasional reference to the Czech Republic’s own ‘Good King Wenceslas”. Santa…

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October 30, 2019

The 100th Anniversary of Chlebíčky, or Czech Open Faced Sandwiches

  When you hear about Czech food, most probably the first thing that comes to your mind is a rich dish of roasted pork, lots of cabbage and dumplings as a side dish, and of course, rivers of mouth-watering beer to help swallow it all down. There’s no denying that the Czechs love their steaks,…

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October 9, 2019

A Guide to Prague’s Autumn Art Festivals

Prague has a reputation for stunning architecture, mouth-watering food and an endless supply of beer. As if this wasn’t enough, it also has a long tradition of cultural life. Sitting at the crossroads of the East and West, Prague has long been the cultural hub of Central Europe gaining inspiration from all around Europe.If you…

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October 3, 2019

Things to do in Prague in Autumn 2019

Prague has something to offer in every season, but if there is a period that really reveals the city in all its beauty, it is definitely autumn. It is the time when Prague’s numerous parks turn into a lush palette of yellow, orange and red, making the city look like an impressionist painting. Autumn rain…

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September 16, 2019

Prague Signal Festival 2019 – How to Enjoy it Like a Local

Autumn is the best time to visit Prague: the temperature is just perfect and the city is much less crowded. But what makes autumn in Prague even more special is the Prague Signal Festival, the city’s largest and most spectacular cultural event of the year that will take place 10- 13 October this year. The…

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September 9, 2019

Prague From Above: A Rooftop Guide

People say that Prague is an open-air museum; if you slow down and look up, the labyrinth of narrow streets teleports you back in time. From the towering Gothic churches and colourful Baroque facades, to the intricate and playful Art Nouveau and Cubist style buildings, Prague’s history is literally written on its walls.  So; getting…

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September 2, 2019