Learn about the New Year celebrations in the Czech Republic, the traditional ones as well as the more recent ones.
Everyone remembers Libuše Šafránková as Cinderella but did you know that she starred in other excellent fairy-tales as well?
Trdelník is a traditional Czech, Slovak (and more) dessert of Transylvanian origin. Let’s talk about its history and I’ll also show you how to make it at home.
Would you like to know what the Christmas season looked like in the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic? Let’s take a look at the Retro Christmas from several decades ago.
Kde domov můj… that is how the Czech National Anthem begins. But where are the origins of this song?
Vanilla Crescents (vanilkové rohlíčky) are a regular at the Czech Christmas tables. These Christmas cookies are iconic for the holiday.
Lard cakes (sádlové koláčky) have been a little overlooked but recently, they’ve been gaining more popularity.
Coconut Wreaths (kokosové věnečky) are Czech Christmas cookies, perfect for all coconut lovers.
Miletínské modlitbičky or simply Modlitbičky are a less common type of Czech Christmas cookies but traditional nevertheless.
Visiting the Christmas Markets in Brno is a wonderful way to spend the Advent and Christmas time in the Moravian capital. Moreover, Brno was voted European Capital of Christmas 2024! Check out the photos and videos.