Prague café culture
When you think of café culture, Paris, Vienna, or Milan may be the first things that come to mind. But Prague also has its own quirky café culture worth exploring.
Zlín and the legacy of Tomáš Bata
Until the 1920s Zlín was a small settlement in the eastern part of what is now the Czech Republic. Then the Baťa brothers founded a shoe-making company and changed history.
World’s longest suspension bridge built in Moravia
Construction workers in the mountain resort of Dolní Morava in the northeast of the Czech Republic are completing the world's longest suspension bridge.
December 1996: Lednice-Valtice Area wins place on UNESCO list
December 7 will mark exactly 25 years since the Lednice-Valtice Area in South Moravia has been included on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Classy and Bohemian – Prague City Tourism rebrands Czech capital and launches new design
Prague City Tourism has unveiled a new marketing concept with which it wants to present the Czech capital to domestic and foreign tourists.
Český Krumlov belfry, in ‘the most towering of towers’, adds final bell after 100 years
The Český Krumlov castle tower is a symbol of the picture-perfect southern Bohemian town, itself a UNESCO heritage site. After a century – its belfry is finally complete.
Prague Zoo celebrates 90th anniversary
This Tuesday, Prague Zoo marks exactly 90 years since its opening. Since then, it has developed into one of the world’s leading institutions of its kind.
Prague voted most beautiful city in the world in Time Out magazine survey
Prague was recently voted the most beautiful city in the world and the seventh best city to live in, in a poll by city-dwellers from across the globe.
Czech town proudly unveils age-old statue of peeing boy with fascinating history
The famous Manneken-Pis has gained world fame as the emblem of Brussels. Very few people know that one Czech town has a statue of a peeing boy as well.
Prague to revitalise trendy Holešovice market, a victim of the “wild 1990s"
Just north of the Vltava River lies one of the Czech Republic’s largest year-round markets. A move is afoot to bring the half-empty (and still rather seedy) site to life.
Libeň has been part of Prague for 120 years
Libeň was annexed to Prague as the last suburb before the establishment of Czechoslovakia. The largest district of Prague 8 has witnessed many historical events.
Coronavirus leads Indian expat to finally realise his dream and open bar in Prague
For one Indian IT businessman, COVID-19 served as a signal to finally realise his dream and he has now opened a new cocktail bar in the heart of Prague’s Old Town.
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