Friday, 23 August 2019

Life

Checking out of Prague and into the Czech countryside

The Daily Herald |
8 July 2019

Few cities can match Prague's over-the-top romance, evocative Old World charm … and tourist crowds. To escape the masses and experience more of the real Czech Republic, take a bus or train ride outside of the city to see a rich medieval town, Kutná Hora.

On Prague transportation

By Narmin Ismiyeva | Prague Daily Monitor |
4 Jul 2019

One way to deal with a metro station closure and the inconveniences caused by that is to make fun of it. Just like Narmin does.

Don't Miss: Circus fest, cavern reading and swing in Stromovka

By Narmin Ismiyeva | Prague Daily Monitor |
4 Jul 2019

When is the last time you sat in a cave, drank wine and listened to music and poetry? Never? Well, you can get the experience this weekend. We have 5 other events for you to do in Prague and one outside.

A sense of someplace else — wild creatures in Mikulov

Good Beer Hunting |
4 July 2019

There are scores of strange and beautiful places in Central Europe. And then there is Mikulov, in the Czech Republic's eastern region of South Moravia.

6 places in Europe offering shelter from the crowds

The New York Times |
3 July 2019

Daytrippers, cruise ships, home-sharing, cheap airlines: They all contribute to tourism saturation in European hotspots. But there are quieter alternatives, if you know where to look.

Honest Guide: Nature walk in Prague

Honest Guide |
2 July 2019

Too hot in the city or you just like hiking and walking? This episode might be what you are looking for.

Memorial bench dedicated to Václav Havel to be installed in Brno

Brno Daily |
1 July 2019

The Brno City Council agreed that a bench dedicated to Václav Havel will be erected in the city, in memory of the first president of the Czech Republic.

Exhibition on world-famous explorer Miroslav Zikmund

Brno Daily |
1 July 2019

The Museum of Southeast Moravia in Zlín is currently hosting an exhibition on Miroslav Zikmund's travels, with his well-known partner in adventures, Jiří Hanzelka.

Exhibit provides remarkable insight into lives of WWII Czechoslovak RAF pilots

Radio Prague |
2 July 2019

The National Museum in Prague is currently running a special Exhibition called "Knights of the Heaven". As the name betrays, it is focused on the Czechoslovak pilots who fought in the Royal Air Force during World War II.

Julie Urbišová: Once thrown during Mardi Gras, Czech beads are still to be found in New Orleans antique shops

Radio Prague |
2 July 2019

Journalist Julie Urbišová has just published a book entitled Doma v NOLA, or At Home in NOLA, with NOLA meaning New Orleans, Louisiana. Having first visited the city on a student stay in 2007, Urbišová has now been living for several years in New Orleans, from where she reports for Czech Radio, Czech Television and other outlets.

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