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7 things to do in Prague at Valentine’s Day?

Prague is one of the most romantic city in the world. You can find here 7 best thing to do in Prague at Valentine's...

Kutna Hora Travel Guide – Bone Church

Kutná Hora, the city of silver, rightly earned the second nickname “treasury of the country”. The wealth acquired through silver mining in Kutna Hora helped to...

One of the best Family Activity – Visit Ground Squirrels!

If you are visiting Prague for a bit a long time and if you have a car we can definetely recommend you to visit...

John Lennon Wall

The John Lennon Peace Wall (Velkopřevorské náměstí) is a memorial graffiti wall to the former Beatle. After his murder in New York in 1980,...

Beautiful Prague at Corona Virus Time – Petrin Hill

Czech Republic is currently preparing to launch a smart quarantine system, while simultaneously also easing strict coronavirus prevention measures... While all those things are...

Kampa Island Prague

This park – an island between the Vltava River and its side branch, Čertovka, where you can see the huge mill wheel of the...

David Černý’s artwork in Prague

David Černý is author of Prague’s many interesting sculptures. Here you can find his interesting and famous artworks and stories behind them Quo Vadis Quo Vadis...

Where is the Best Prague Easter Market ?

The largest and most famous Easter markets in Prague is locate in Old Town Square. When is The Eastern Market Opens in Prague? Saturday 28. 3....

The Weather in Prague in January

January (Winter) Weather in the Czech Republic Sunset around 4:30 p.m. in  January (4:15 p.m. at Christmas) Czech winter usually lasts from mid-November through mid-March. Winters...

Prague’s 5 Best Romantic Place

Old Town Squire Near by Astronomic clock, it's stunning landmark and if you go early in the morning you can have beautiful photos without tourist...

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Petřín Park Tower (Petřínská rozhledna)

Petřín Lookout Tower, one of the most prominent landmarks of Prague, was built as part of the Jubilee Exhibition in 1891 as a loose copy...