Thanks to the improving pandemic situation in the country, attending cultural events and exhibits is allowed again. Therefore, we are bringing you a short list of one permanent and three temporary exhibitions that are a bit different from every other and are for sure worth visiting.
Who hasn’t felt a little bit lonely in the past coronavirus year with little to none social life and outdoor activities kept to a bare minimum? Multiple sources have stated that ever since the global pandemic, the rate of pet adoption has skyrocketed all over the world. How is it with pet adoption in the Czech Republic, the country where almost every second person is a dog owner?
Are you worried you won’t be able to properly celebrate the St. Valentine’s day that falls on Sunday, February 14 since there are no restaurants or cafés open due to the current coronavirus situation? Keep reading to find a few tips on how to spice up this popular feast of love if you live in Prague!
Last week on Brno Instagram we prompted you with a question ‘what is your favourite café in Brno?’ The intention was to support both our and your favourite businesses and of course to unfold new places where to enjoy the beverage of mortals: the coffee! Have a look through your top picks of Brno’s hidden coffee gems.
All the restaurants in the Czech Republic have closed again due to coronavirus countermeasures, so there’s no possibility to have dinner at your favorite restaurant? Or you miss food from your country and don’t know where to find it? I wrote the second list of great restaurants for you, where you can order delicious food online.
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!