For 5 and half a month, Brno and Domeq became a stop on the way of a worldwide traveler Carl Muies, known as Travel With Carlo. Originally an English gentleman with family roots in Italy, Carl has been living in more than 60 countries so far.
Prague, also known as the city of thousands spires, is beautiful. That’s a well known fact. It is even more beautiful from the top, though! We pulled together our list of the 10 most stunning views of the city. Learn about them with us!
Are you still wondering whether Czechia is worth a visit? Despite its small size, the answer is definitely yes! Why do millions of tourists from all over the world travel to this Central European country every year? There are hundreds of good reasons, trust us, so we chose 13 of them!
Hop on, hop off. Riding a bike instead of walking saves time and it has a beneficial effect on your health. In addition, Czechs are obsessed with cycling so if you start using a bike you will be like a local (if not like a Dutch person).
Instagram is familiar to all of us, right? This photo and video-sharing social network gives a great opportunity to stay in touch with your relatives living abroad, share your memories, meet new people, get inspired, make your followers jealous… and even plan your future trip!
With the driving licence in your wallet, ZERO blood alcohol concentration (as stated by law), seatbelt fastened and headlights on, you’re 100% ready to drive! Here are a few useful things to know when driving in the Czech Republic. Let’s go!
Especially on rainy and cold days, a car may come in handy when you need to travel to work or school instead of waiting early in the morning on a tram stop with a bag in one hand and your umbrella in the other one. But what if you don’t want to buy a car? […]
So, you arrived at Brno. Finally. What to do in this wonderful city? Where to go, what to see? Where to drink perfectly brewed coffee? What to eat in this town? Where to buy tram tickets and which one do you need? How many questions! Let’s look around together and find the answers for you.
So you want to go to Dublin? Why not?! It’s only a short 2-hour flight from here. But then again, so is everything else. One of the best things about living in Prague is that it is in Central Europe and, as such, has quick access to anywhere else you may want to visit.