Prague belongs among the cheapest cities in Europe which means that you can properly enjoy your stay on a budget! Today, we’ll serve you our tips for lovely places in town where you can eat good food without ruining your bank account!
Dear Expats and Locals, I’m Nilo, the new intern at Foreigners.cz Prague. Yes, yes, I’m Italian and no, I don’t shake my hands every sentence I formulate, not even while typing on a keyboard. I just wanted to write my first impressions of the city and how life is abroad from the perspective of a […]
1.10. MINT Weekend Market Every Saturday till 17.12. hall number 13 at Pražská tržnice (Prague 7) will change into a modern market space selling clothing, design items, snacks and tasty treats, coffee, books or bio cosmetics. Link to event 4.10. Autumn Opening at National gallery Opening of the autumn exhibition season in the Trade Fair Palace! Three Centuries […]
Week of Science and Technology 1st-15th of November The most extensive science festival taking place around the Czech Republic. You will have the opportunity to attend lectures, exhibitions, excursions, science cafés, the screenings of documentary films, look into scientific workplaces, laboratories and libraries and learn how science is conducted. Take a look at the festival’s program […]
Get a taste of light art From the 15th to the 18th of October Signal light festival will brighten up the streets of Prague for the third time. Members of the team responsible for festival’s organization recommend to check out the light masterpieces either on the first or the last day of the show, when they […]
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… […]