November 2 is when the Czech remember their dead. And here’s what happens on this day that is called Dušičky.
October 28 – Independent Czechoslovak State Day
October 28 marks the anniversary of the creation of the independent Czechoslovak state.
September 28 – Day of Czech Statehood
A little bit about the Day of Czech Statehood and St. Wenceslas.
What was the Velvet Revolution and why is it called “velvet”?
Why and how did Czechoslovakia split?
They say the dissolution of Czechoslovakia is an example of peaceful separation of two countries. But why did Czechoslovakia split and how did they manage to break up so peacefully?
5 most famous Czech composers
Does any of these faces look familiar? Well, even if they maybe don’t, you probably know some of the famous melodies these men put down on paper. Meet the most famous Czech composers.
Time for Hody!
Great food, lots of wine, music, dancing and endless merry-making, that’s more than enough reasons to be there when hody comes!
Czech habits that might suprise you
If you’re coming to the Czech Republic from far, you are in for a cultural shock in some aspects. Don’t worry, it’s still a great country but you should know a few things about the local habits…
3 sayings about Czech people explained
Czechs have a lot of sayings and some about themselves. Here are 3 of them and we will not only explain what they mean but also where they come from.
Top 14 museums in Czech Republic
Did you think that visiting a museum is a boring thing? Well, not in the Czech Republic! The country is full of traditional and not so traditional museums, so not only is there a plenty of history and nature-oriented ones, there are also museums that will teach you something about the local craft or even …