Travelling can be stressful - but there are plenty of ways to make it less so. These are just a few simple tricks to make traveling so much easier and to lighten the load on your back because after all, traveling should be fun and easy, not stressful and back-breaking! We have pulled together 17 travel hacks that will help you up your game in no time.

  • 18.12.2014
  • Eva Belokostolska

DIY: Free Printable Christmas Tags

It’s only 6 more days until Christmas… OMG! That (not only) sounds close!

Download these free printable christmas tags and surprise your loved ones with fabulously wraped gifts this year.

  • 10.12.2014
  • Eva Belokostolska

Nowaday customs of the Czech Christmas

It is almost the time to wish everyone Veselé Vánoce! It's that merry good time of the year again. The time to decorate the Christmas tree, grab presents, bake cookies, reunite with friends and families and celebrate this festive season! If you've ever been curious about the Christmas traditions around the Czech Republic, this infographic won't disappoint.

  • 4.12.2014
  • Tereza Vítková

Czech Christmas Cookie Recipes

One of the most popular Christmas traditions held in Czech homes is the baking of Christmas cookies (cukroví). People always start well in advance, usually with St. Nicholas Day on December 6th, so that the cookies have enough time to get crispy. St. Nicholas Day is almost here, start your ovens and let the cookie baking begin!

  • 20.11.2014
  • Tereza Vítková

Things to do on rainy days in Prague


Days when it is raining all day long or very cold outside can sometimes seem unexciting, making you feel depressed. You cannot change the weather; however you can find activities to do that will help dispel the gloominess. Presented below are great things to do and interesting places to visit on a rainy day.

  • 12.11.2014
  • Tereza Vítková

Top 20 Czech idioms and sayings


Once in a Hungarian year it′s raining as if from a watering can... Do you have sometimes the feeling that you absolutely don′t understand what is this Czech trying to tell you?! It looks like an idiom!
Czech idioms and sayings are unique to the Czech language. If you try to translate them literally into another language, they don't make any sense. You need to learn them because you cannot figure them out any other way...

  • 6.11.2014
  • Tereza Vítková

Prague Celebrates Saint Martin’s Day


November 11 - the day of St. Martin – is getting closer. According to old Czech weather lore, it is the first day on which we can expect snowfall because Martin may arrive on a white horse. And he sometimes does. This day celebrates the end of the growing season and the beginning of harvesting. It also marks the last day to celebrate before the fasting of Advent begins. You can honour St. Martin's Day by sampling young wines and fragrant, golden-roasted goose!

  • 2.10.2014
  • Tereza Vítková

Hot Spots in Prague

 

Are you searching for the best spots in Prague? Then keep on reading and check out the complete list of Czech Bar Awards 2014! Most of them are located in Prague but few of them are placed all around the Czech republic. Congratulations to all of the worthy winners and hope to see you there...

  • 25.9.2014
  • Tereza Vítková

Czech in Three Minutes

The following table contains some of the most important basic Czech words and phrases, including English pronunciation. Although there are some differences between the pronunciations, most Czech people can still understand what you mean. Don't be afraid, just say it! Locals will appreciate any attempt you make, so go for it!

  • 11.9.2014
  • Tereza Vítková

Prague Wine Harvest Festival Guide

It's grape harvest time in Prague. Here you'll find some tips about grape harvesting and Prague wine tastings and festivals.

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