From hand-blown glass baubles to warm honey mead, these are what markets in the Czech capital are famous for
Go off the tourist trail and explore these hidden gems of Prague.
Warm and cosy in the winter, these quaint drinking holes keep the cold out with a selection of soul-warming beverages, and a variety of spots to choose from.
A lively cultural calendar makes September to November an exciting time to visit the Czech capital.
Famed for its many bridges, make sure you head down to the Vltava and take a stroll across these five historical and intriguing structures.
From cosy cocktail bars to historic walks, the Czech Capital is brimming with opportunities to relight the old spark – here’s all you need to know about getting Romantic in Prague.
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.
From stunning palaces to winding gardens, ancient cathedrals and impressive art galleries, here’s what to look out for in the Prague Castle Complex.
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