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.
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?
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.
It is a tradition at Easter in the Czech Republic to dye eggs for decoration and also to give away to the men and boys who come to the Easter koleda. Here is a quick tutorial on one of the traditional ways for dying Easter eggs.
Are you a friend of barefoot walking or considering this path? We bring you 12 places for great barefoot walks around the Czech Republic.
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.
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.