News; Karolína Muchová stuns Sabalenka to reach French Open final; Prague gardens open to the public; north American pilgrims walk across Moravia
Two pilgrims from the United States and Canada have just covered over 700 kilometres across Moravia on foot.
The Open Gardens festival is taking place in Prague this weekend. The festival is the perfect opportunity to learn about art and architecture of gardens in the city.
Czechia’s Karolína Muchová has achieved the greatest moment in her career to date after sensationally reaching the final of tennis’s French Open on Thursday.
News; People in Need helping in dam-flooded regions of Ukraine; American restaurant in lower Žižkov; Sex under Communism; Adam Trachtman on his new graphic novel
There were no goods in shops. You weren’t allowed to travel. Rock stars didn’t come to the country to perform. So how else were Czechs supposed to entertain themselves?
In the wake of the Kakhovka dam flooding, the Czech government and NGOs have joined the humanitarian aid effort. Petr Štefan from People in Need explains how.
Phillip Schniedermeier and Jeff Couloute, owners of the restaurant Philly & Co’s in Žižkov have turned their passion for American food into a hub for locals and expats.
Immersion is the new and cool-looking graphic novel by Adam Trachtman that details his adventures as he joins the hordes of young Westerners heading east in the early 90s.
News; Prague Quadrennial presents scenography through live events; Prague Diary exhibition at CAMP; Lucerna Palace: a modernist icon