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The Must-Try, Traditional Czech Foods In All of Prague By Isabel Kagan A trip to Prague is not successful without tasting some of the famous Czech foods. From Goulash to fried cheese to mulled wine, Prague offers up rich, satisfying meals that have deep, historical roots in Czech culture. You don’t have to go to […]
What’s New in Prague, Czech Republic? By Eleanor Harte Anyone planning to travel to Prague in the near future is in luck: there are a number of new activities for travelers. There is something for the history buff, sporting fan, and cinematic enthusiast, as well as families and children. Prague is known as Praha to […]
By John Allen There was a Friday the 13th of May this year, the date my wife Beverley and I were married in 1983. Thirty-three years and two kids later, I decided it was time to take her on a trip somewhere special. It would be our first trip together, without our two sons, in more […]
By Celso Bressan We got here by accident. We had planned to take a final tour around Prague before checking out the hotel. We drove around without a fixed destination until we arrived at what it seemed to be a big wall surrounding a castle. The Castle At first, we couldn’t see much but we […]
By Maureen Bruschi If your time in the Czech Republic is limited, here are the top historic attractions you won’t want to miss. Start your day early, put on your favorite walking shoes, and let Prague’s past surround you. My husband and I had a little help wandering the streets of Prague. We toured with […]
Old Town Hall’s astronomical clock. On the hour the twelve apostles make an appearance in the clock’s little wooden doors. Photos by Nick Klenske Prague Through the Glass: The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same By Nicholas J. Klenske In describing his country’s marquee beer, Czech Emperor Franz Josef I commented, “It […]
Using the Golden Ratio, this story lists the world’s most beautiful buildings and why they are considered the very best in the world.