Women rewarding men for being whipped and doused with cold water – no it’s not a Fifty Shades of Gray sequel, it’s Easter in the Czech Republic!
2nd of December – 16:00 Ceremony of Christmas tree lighting at Ortenovo náměstí The local ceremony will start at 16:00. Good chance to compensate the cancellation of the main ceremony at the Old Town Square this year. 12th-13th of December – 10:00-18:00 Christmas market: traditional Czech toys and crafts An exhibition of traditional Czech handmade […]
Czech cuisine would not exist without dumplings (knedliky). Is that completely true? Dumplings’ history in the form as we know them today, is not that long. Initially, dumplings had a lot in common with buns, especially the fact that both were baked. Why did we begin to boil dumplings? Most probably out of despair during […]
The Foreigners.cz team of Brno prepared a special edition for the October MeetUp! It will take place on Tuesday, October 20th from 7.00 pm at the restaurant La Bouchée. La Bouchée restaurant is located in the very center of Brno, under the Spilberk Castle. It is inspired by French cuisine and offers delicate dishes with […]
Traditional Czech cuisine can’t really be described as dietary or extremely healthy, however, nothing goes better together with the rich flavor of famous Czech beer. Czech dishes mainly consist of pork or beef in plenty of sauce with knedliky (dumplings) as the most common side dish. It’s quite a struggle to explain what Knedlik is to someone who had […]
Fitness Days | 1.10.-3.10. If you haven’t made up your mind yet about which gym to go to in winter, Fitness Days are the perfect opportunity for you. Many gyms and sport centers around the Czech Republic are about to join Dny Fitness event for the fifth time this year. Your best chance to try different […]
Although traditional Czech cuisine is perceived as one of the heaviest one in Europe, while visiting Prague you can easily find some healthy food as well! After tasting delicious duck with bread-dumplings or just having a short break from goulash in bread, you only need to know where else to go to eat more healthy… […]
For a vegetarian, coming to the Czech Republic might be seen as a nightmare when it comes to food! Indeed, the Czech gastronomy is mainly composed of meat: pork, beef, rabbit, poultry… you name it, it’s probably on the menu of the finest restaurant! But don’t fear to be sentenced to eat salad for the […]