You may have come across some painted stones while walking through the city of Olomouc nowadays. No, they’re not homework from art class forgotten by random kids but a nationwide pastime. You can join in and have fun by painting stones and/or placing them in different locations so that other people could notice them. The person that finds the stone could move it somewhere else. This way, the painted stones can travel, for example, to the other end of the country or even abroad.
10 Gardens & Parks in Prague
After a long day of exploring Prague, you can relax in parks and ancient gardens. The Czech capital is one of the greenest cities in the world. There are about 200 parks and recreational areas scattered around the city. That’s a lot of parks and gardens of all kinds: it is very easy to find a place for recreation, picnic, entertainment or just communication with nature. For those who love nature, here is a list of their favourite parks in Prague to sit, sleep, and just hang out in.
Prague’s Swimming Pools
Prague offers a different variety of entertainment such as shopping, international cuisine, or interesting places to visit. During summer every tourist also dreams of visiting cool and refreshing places, such as public swimming pools. Fortunately for the citizens of Prague and visitors of the city, there are both outdoor summer pools as well as large swimming complexes with a roof.
Tip for a trip: Karlovy Vary
Karlovy Vary is one of the most beautiful places in the heart of Europe and the most visited health resort in the Czech Republic. Thousands of people visit this town every year for health improvement, visiting local attractions, or simply for a romantic tour.
Prague Zoo – the 5th Best Zoo in the World
Prague Zoo is a huge wildlife park covering an area of over 60 hectares. The park is located in the northern part of the city. It has a picturesque nature close to the Vltava riverbank. It established here in 1931 and for many years it has maintained its top position in the ranking of world zoos.