Checkpoints go as Pavel delivers on “open Castle” pledge
Most checkpoints at Prague Castle began to be removed at noon on Monday, just minutes after President Petr Pavel announced a security overhaul.
Unique golden carriage goes on display in Český Krumlov
After centuries, a golden carriage made by Johann Anton I. of Eggenberg in 1638 for a diplomatic mission to the Pope, has been restored to its original glory.
Throw open the doors: Czechia’s tourist season begins April 1
Czechia’s main tourist season starts on April 1, with the country’s myriad castles and chateaux opening their doors to visitors. There are also some novelties in store.
Clementinum, one of world’s most beautiful libraries, launches new Baroque tour
Starting this Saturday, visitors to Prague’s Clementinum will be able to enjoy a new Baroque tour at the Czech National Library’s historic complex.
CzechTourism head Jan Herget: This year we want to show Czechia through its traditions
Czechia's tourist industry is preparing for the annual influx of foreign visitors. What are the main attractions this year? We hear from CzechTourism head Jan Herget.
What attracts tourists to Prague?
A new study looking at differences in tourist behaviour and motivation between countries has come up with some interesting findings.
Ski-daddling on a budget in Harrachov
Colette Kaines Lang takes us along on her student budget weekend to Harrachov.
Looking for a special treat? Rent a veteran tram for a ride through Prague
Prague City Transport not only invests into modern technology, but also into maintaining some of the city’s tram veterans which are brought out on special occasions.
Striking photograph of medieval castle at sunrise wins postcard competition
A captivating picture of Bezděz castle won the 2023 competition for the most beautiful Czech postcard. The photographer told Czech Radio how he managed to capture the shot.
Havel tram roaming Prague’s streets
A special tram commemorating the 30 year anniversary of President Vaclav Havel’s election began making rounds across Prague this Thursday.
Video highlighting fake Czech “trdelník” tradition draws attention to Prague tourist blight
A recent video by a pair of Prague theatre students has caught the attention of people on social media and sparked debate about ‘trdelník’ and its supposedly Czech origins.
“Left to rot” Sudetenland chateau slowly being resurrected by conservation enthusiasts
Located on Czechia’s western border with Germany, Chateau Čečovice is one of the many estates that were almost destroyed during Europe’s tumultuous 20th century.
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