Culture, architecture and a peculiar dialect, that’s Olomouc, the capital of the ethnographic region Haná or Hanácko (Hanakia in English).
A Latvian artist Ieva Ozola who lived in Prague for 3 years created a very unique series of sketches of the Czech capital.
Ostrava is the third largest city in Czech Republic and the capital of Czech Silesia. It was born as an industrial city in the heart of a major coalfield and it has been known as the “Steel Heart” of the country. Despite it’s fame as the center of metallurgy and coal-mining it has undergone almost …
The prestigious magazine CzechDesign has voted Brno the most stylish city of the Czech Republic. And here’s why.
Karlovy Vary is a star among the spa cities of Czech Republic. Not only the locals but also thousands of foreigners choose it as their destination every year to relax and cure their ailments. And there’s one more thing you should know about the city…
Prague is a place worth visiting but sightseeing with children can be challenging. That’s why we’ve made this list of places to go with children in Prague.
South Bohemia is a land of ponds they say. We say that it’s also a land of beautiful towns and we present to you three of them which we’ve called the South-Bohemian Triangle. This travel itinerary is ideal if you have just a weekend to spend here.
If you’ve read our post 5 Reasons to Visit Brno, you already know that the second largest Czech city is worth your time. Here are the top 10 things you shouldn’t skip during your stay.
Here are 5 reasons to visit Brno, the second largest city of Czechia. History Brno’s history projects into its architecture and legends. You will hear the cathedral bells ring noon at 11 am to remember how the city’s occupation by the Swedish army ended and you will know why there’s a dragon hanging in the …
If you come to Brno with children, you probably wonder how to entertain them. Here is a list of places to go and things to do.