We’ve already told you why you should definitely visit Brno, we showed you the must-visits and we showed you the stylish side of this south Moravian city. Let’s see the naughty side of Brno now.
At the end of April NASA performed a 4-day exercise to rehearse a reaction to a hypothetical asteroid hit. Guess the place of the strongest impact of the asteroid – Czech Republic.
If you read our blog regularly, you know that “every Czech is a musician“. The musical literacy in Czech Republic is impressive and it is very common to play at least one musical instruments. And not just piano or guitar, there are some very rare and unusual Czech musical instruments that you’ve probably never heard …
The Burning of the Witches is a pagan festival celebrated on the 30th of April. It is referred to in Czech as Pálení čarodějnic (burning of the witches), Čarodějnice (witches), Filipojakubská noc (night of St. Philip and Jacob). As is obvious, it is connected to the belief in witches although nowadays it’s especially a fun festival for children. Let …
Czech Republic has been attracting people from all over the world – tourists, students and professionals. And for many reasons. You probably know some basic information but did you know these interesting facts about the Czech Republic?
Czech Republic is undoubtfully the country of beer. The average beer consumption is estimated at 150 liters a year per capita. There are not just many excellent beer breweries but also beerhouses which – as you can tell – are pubs focused on serving beer. Let’s have a look at the best ones in Prague.
Here is a traditional recipe for pěry – delicious dumplings with plum marmelade povidla and ground poppyseed like from a Czech babička.
Traveling has been a little difficult in the past year but here are some movies that explain life in the Czech Republic, including its previous eras.
Marinated hermelín or in Czech nakládaný hermelín is one of those classics you can order with beer (or without it) in most of the pubs and you can also easily make it at home, just like the Czechs do. Here’s our recipe.
Znojmo is a lovely town just a few kilometers from the borders with Austria. Due to its location it’s a perfect place to cultivate fruit, vegetables and wine grapes and this branch of agriculture is very characteristic of this area. However, Znojmo has a lot to offer also to those who seek culture, nature and …