Who has been abroad must experience Culture Shock either slightly or seriously. So what is the Culture Shock and how to deal with it? This article will help you to prepare for this phenomenon to not to be shock when it happens.
No one would argue, that summer is the best time to bring your hiking skills to a new level. Czech Republic is the country of kings, fairy-tale towns and villages, and of course numerous castles and palaces situated in the beautiful Czech countryside. Almost every Czech town has a castle or chateau to offer. Most of […]
Weather has been cruel to us so far, frosty morning and a bit of snow in the end of April, who would expect that?! All the Prague locals are simply in need of a break in between gloomy spring days. We’re all praying for summer, especially knowing, how special it’s going to be. Want to learn why? […]
Teddy bears, plush hurts and red roses. Three quite cliche things strongly associated with St.Valentine’s Day. Every coming year retailers are competing against each other trying to invent new, original ways to celebrate the Love. Sad to say, but weekend getaways, spending the 14th of February in a spa or a hotel in a foreign […]
Throughout the year, several public holidays are specific to the Czech Republic so we thought it might be interesting to give you a detailed list of them! But during national holidays, there is limited public transportation on these days and shops might be closed too (big shop like Tesco could be open though). There is […]
9th of January, 19:00-23:00 Swing Bazar Swing Bazar at Dance Studio 7 is for everybody, who likes fashion and dancing. Inspect your wardrobes and bring all the clothing you no longer wear. Clothes swap will be followed by swing dancing night. 10th of January, 16:00 Books Bazar January market with books and magazines at Bio […]
When you travel the world and you tell people you meet on the way, that you come from the Czech Republic, some of them lift their eyebrows, as they have no clue where such country is. Some might go “Oh, Czechoslovakia!”, and then you have to explain, that we’ve been two separate countries since 1989. […]