PRAGUE’S BEER GARDENS

It is no mystery that Czech beer is best-served cold and enjoyed outdoors under the sun. Beer can help cool you down on a hot afternoon but it can also warm you up after a chilly late April snowfall. Fortunately, Prague is cluttered with beer gardens big and small.

Read the full article on Prague.TV’s website. The best place to discover Prague, like a local!

http://prague.tv/en/s72/Directory/c203-Dining/n5759-Prague-s-Beer-Gardens

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ENTOVIEW WITH EDIBLE BUG SHOP

Skye Blackburn is an entomologist and food scientist living in Australia. She is dedicated to educating people about insects and other invertebrates in a way that is fun and interactive. She is also the owner of Edible Bug Shop and a world leader in edible insect farming techniques, developing edible insect products and educating the general public about the benefits of insects as a food source.

http://www.ediblebugfarm.com/blog/entoview-with-edible-bug-shop/

NUDITY IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC

Czechs are considered shy when it comes to talking to strangers, sharing private information and they avoid sitting next to each other as much as possible on public transportation. Despite all of this, Czechs are very open about nudity.

Read the full article on Prague.TV’s website. The best place to discover Prague, like a local!

http://prague.tv/en/s72/Directory/c212-Relocation/n5731-Nudity-in-the-Czech-Republic

RUSSIAN CUISINE IN PRAGUE

Russian borscht is a popular soup served in many Czech Restaurants as part of their daily lunch menu. However it is not the most popular or traditional soup in Russia and may not be prepared correctly. Russian cuisine is full of cold soups, hot soups, meat, fish, vegetables and more.

Read the full article on Prague.TV’s website. The best place to discover Prague, like a local!

http://prague.tv/en/s72/Directory/c203-Dining/n5720-Russian-Cuisine-in-Prague

BEER COUNTRY EATS, SLEEPS, BREATHES (AND BATHES) BEER

The construction of the Charles Bridge started in the 14th century under Charles the IV. There are many different rumors about what was used instead of cement – and it wasn’t just eggs. According to one website the secret ingredients that helped hold the bridge together include various organic products such as milk, blood, cottage cheese, wine and last but not least: beer.

Read the full article on Prague.TV’s website. The best place to discover Prague, like a local!

http://prague.tv/en/s72/Directory/c202-Health-Wellness/n5707-Beer-Country-Eats-Sleeps-Breathes-and-Bathes-Beer

DO PRACE NA KOLE – BIKE TO WORK COMPETITION

Do Prace Na Kole is a friendly competition that aims to motivate as many people as possible to use a bike as a regular urban means of transportation. For a 6th consecutive year, over 25 cities and towns across the Czech Republic will participate in this month long event.

Read the full article on Prague.TV’s website. The best place to discover Prague, like a local!

http://prague.tv/en/s72/Directory/c210-Sports-Recreation/n5655-Do-Prace-Na-Kole-Bike-to-Work-Competition

PRAGUE CANDY FESTIVAL

The Prague Candy Festival is a unique event for lovers of all things sweet: chocolate, cakes, cupcakes, macaroons, bonbons, pralines, muffins, raw desserts, cake pops, hot chocolate, sugar-coated fruit, fruit juices, ice cream and of course plenty of sweet drinks.

Read the full article on Prague.TV’s website. The best place to discover Prague, like a local!

http://prague.tv/en/s72/Directory/c203-Dining/n5643-Prague-Candy-Festival