Many “traditional” tourist experiences in Prague are actually fake Czech. From trdlo, to nesting dolls to Kafka. Read to learn more!
Sometimes, people in America ask my husband Isaac why he prefers to travel abroad when he could be exploring his
While the Chinese celebrate their singleness, Americans enjoy a day off in remembrance of veterans, Czechs are busy stuffing their faces with goose on November 11th.
Czech Halloween (Dusicky) and the reason Czechs take “anti-vampire” measures with their corpses…
With Thanksgiving and the arrival of the advent season, my social media pages are packed with posts about gratitude and getting ready for the holidays. Some posts ask practical, how-to-celebrate questions. Like the one I saw on Prague’s CrowdSauce group for expats. “Does anyone know if they sell oven cooking bags for turkeys here?” Or another, from a friend in the US, “Veg or no veg on Thanksgiving?” with the hashtag #everyonejustwantscarbs.
“The Rotary Club Prague International has been supporting an initiative in India that encourages families to support their children’s primary
Where to roll down the river this summer – plus perfect pit spots plus beer! http://www.expats.cz/prague/article/czech-tourism/7-summer-rafting-adventures/
Set out for a summer voyage that promises plenty of adventure for very little money. http://www.expats.cz/prague/article/czech-tourism/5-trips-abroad-under-2000-czk/
Easter is a popular Christian holiday celebrated by many around the world. However according to the 2010 Eurobarometer Poll, Czech Republic is
“Having a challenge and doing new things that no one has ever done before motivates me,” says Vojtech Stehno, the