Celebrating Witch Burning: Czech Republic’s End-April Fest

#LifeInCzechia As winter waves goodbye and the air fills with the promise of spring, the Czech Republic embraces a unique and lively tradition known as Čarodějnice, or Witch Burning Night. Held on the evening of April 30th, this celebration marks an important date in the Czech calendar, heralding the end of cold days and welcoming the warmth of spring with open arms and fiery festivities.

April Fools is Today! Prank And Joke Ideas

April Fool’s Day is the one day of the year where mischief and mild chaos reign supreme. It’s a time to share a laugh with friends, family, and even coworkers, provided everything is all in good fun and nobody gets hurt or overly embarrassed. If you’re looking for some simple and hilarious pranks to pull this April 1st, you’ve come to the right place.

Celebrating Easter Across Europe: A Rich Tapestry of Traditions

 All over Europe, people get excited for Easter and have different ways of celebrating it. This makes Easter special in each country, showing off Europe’s rich mix of cultures and history. From the quiet walks in Spain to looking for eggs in the UK, every place has its own special way to celebrate Easter. Let’s take a closer look at how some countries in Europe enjoy this spring festival.

Experience Easter in Czech style

#LifeInCzechia Easter is almost here. This year it will be celebrated from April 7 to 10. Get ready for good food, egg painting, and local traditions. Do you like celebrating it? Or do you want to learn more about how it’s celebrated in Czechia? Don’t worry, we prepared some tips for you across the country.

Christmas Markets Canceled? Here Are 5 Czech Movies to Enjoy on Netflix This Winter Time

Christmas markets all over the country have been canceled. However, that doesn’t mean foreigners have nowhere to turn if they want to soak up the Czech holiday spirit. For example, did you know that Czech Netflix offers a selection of Czech movies with English subtitles, including a handful of stories perfect to watch in winter time? In this article, we introduce 5 of our personal favourites.

Day 24 of Advent: Christmas’ Eve

It’s the morning of December 24. The long-awaited day has come – Christmas Eve. The cookies are baked, everything is beautifully tidy, the decorated Christmas tree smells gorgeously and the family is together. How do we – Czechs spend Christmas Day? In fact, each family has its own customs and traditions, but let’s see what activities are most common during this magical day.

The 23 day of Advent: Christmas Recipe of Beehives

Do you already have any plans for the Christmas holiday? What about baking? Besides watching Christmas movies, you can make delicious cookies by yourself! Isn’t it a great way of spending your free time? Maybe it could be a present for your friends or family, the gifts made by yourself are always the best ones! 

Day 22 of Advent: Czech Traditional Xmas Meal

Christmas undoubtedly includes Christmas Eve dinner, which is also the highlight of Christmas Eve. People are dressed very nicely and all the families get together. Czechs care a lot about the traditional Christmas menu, which is served on the evening of December 24. So what are the original and traditional recipes? The fish soup and fried carp with potato salad.

Day 21 of Advent: Veselé vánoční hody

Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without carols. While many people prefer modern Christmas songs, it’s usually the traditional carols people prefer to sing. After all, they are usually much less difficult to sing as they – at least in most cases – don’t require large vocal range and good singing skills. Not everybody can, for example, manage to sing the main song from Tři oříšky pro Popelku. So it is no wonder that the carol Veselé vánoční hody is one of the most popular ones in the Czech Republic.