Czech Republic is not only a land of castles, there are also thousands of beautiful churches and chapels. This post is about the latter because there are more than a few chappels worth seeing on your trip to the Czech Republic.
Would you like to go back in time and see how kings and peasants used to dine? Some say that the path to understanding a culture leads through its cuisine and we can’t imagine a better way to learn about a country’s history than at a feast. And besides great food Czech medieval restaurants offer …
You plan a visit to the central European slice of heaven or maybe you’re here already but don’t know what to visit? Here’s a list of amazing places all over the Czech Republic to help you decide.
Here’s a list of famous movies and shows that make a reference to the Czech Republic, enjoy!
The icefalls of Pulčín are a unique natural fenomenon in Moravian Wallachia (Moravské Valašsko or simply Valašsko) that can be admired every winter between January and March. Why are they so unique?
Here is a list of things Czech Republic is famous for. Some of them you might know, other might surprise you.
Hřensko is a village in the Ústí nad Labem region (north of Bohemia) and it’s the entrance point into the Bohemian Switzerland National Park (Národní park České Švýcarsko). Let us take you on a tour of the magnificent gorges and vantage points around this municipality which is the lowest point of the Czech Republic.
We said it before and we will say it again – Czech Republic has it all and more, it has places comparable in beauty to famous destinations all over the world, although you might say there are some copies out there;-) Have a look!
This year you have the unique opportunity to experience the most famous Czech Fašank festival in the village of Strání online! Read on to find out where and how.
Culture, architecture and a peculiar dialect, that’s Olomouc, the capital of the ethnographic region Haná or Hanácko (Hanakia in English).