From hand-blown glass baubles to warm honey mead, these are what markets in the Czech capital are famous for
A lively cultural calendar makes September to November an exciting time to visit the Czech capital.
Crawling babies and men dangling from the rooftops, could these be the most surreal installations in the world?
After a long day of exploring the Prague Castle, Old Town Square, Charles Bridge and the beautiful Petrin Hill, there’s no better (and more Czech) way to wind down than with an authentic beer spa.
Rain, shine, sleet or snow?
From Lego to lemurs, here’s how to keep little ones entertained while in the Czech capital.
Masopust, the Czech carnival, is an opportunity to let your hair down before Lent. Step up for costumes, parades and a party of epic proportions.
The Vltava winds through the forests and villages of south Bohemia all the way to Prague, making this a rewarding way to explore the Czech Republic.
From fireworks on the Vltava to classical concerts in the castle, here’s how the Czechs ring in the New Year.
Birthplace of Dvořák and Smetana´s muse, the Czech Republic does classical music very well. Here are the best places to pull up a pew and listen in.