• 20.2.2016
  • Tereza Vítková

Prague's Hidden Treasures - House Signs

When in Prague, always look up! It's not just church spires and towers you'll be missing. Prague's house signs have been used since ancient times to personalize a dwelling, turning a house into a home. In many cases, the meanings of the signs' symbols have been long forgotten, yet others remain clear. Let's set out in search of them!

Are you coming to Prague but already had enough of crowdy tourist spots? Put away your guide book, and instead, grab a map and discover Prague's hidden treasures! 

Want to travel just about anywhere in Prague just for 4€? Believe it or not, this is completely possible when you use the Prague transportation system, especially the metro (subway) – undoubtedly the fastest and most convenient form of transportation in Prague. With 3 lines, 61 stations, and over 65 km is relatively easy to use.

  • 31.1.2016
  • Eva Belokostolska

Prague in the snow – in pictures


Take a stroll down the snow-covered Letná Park, a wintry tour of the Vyšehrad Hill, or glide along the Vltava River with these images of landmarks of the Czech capital under a blanket of white stuff. 

  • 16.1.2016
  • Tereza Vítková

Kutná Hora Day Trip From Prague

About an hour's drive from Prague lies the medieval town of Kutna Hora, founded in the 13th century and famous for its silver mines. With a variety of architectural monuments and a place on the UNESCO world heritage list (since 1995), there's plenty to see on your day trip.

  • 10.1.2016
  • Eva Belokostolska

A Look Back at 2015


Even if we look ahead to 2016, we love looking back on the past year, reflecting on everything that happened, and remembering some of the Guidilo highlights. Here are a bunch of our favorite moments throughout the year that we lived with our travelers and guests.  

  • 27.12.2015
  • Tereza Vítková

Christmas Eve in the Czech Republic

There's no other evening quite as magical as Christmas Eve. It's a lovely time of dinner preparations, anticipation and family traditions... Every family celebrates special holidays in their own way, join us on our journey through typical Czech Christmas traditions.

  • 17.12.2015
  • Tereza Vítková

Prague's Best Christmas Markets

Get yourself in the festive spirit with a visit to the best Christmas markets in Prague! Wander around craft stalls with a mulled wine in your hand and soak up the seasonal atmosphere with us...

  • 28.11.2015
  • Tereza Vítková

Restaurant Day Prague

Prague was included in TOP 10 of all Restaurant Day events, so we were eager to make a round tour of the city to taste everything. But it was not a piece of cake! Literally :-) Unfortunately for us, everyone involved was so nice and friendly and offered delicious food, which means we managed just few of them and took some pics to share them with you.

  • 22.11.2015
  • Eva Belokostolska

Day Trip Out Of Prague - Svatý Jan pod Skalou


Svatý Jan pod Skalou (St. John under the Cliff), a delightful village deep in the forest nearby famous Karlštejn Castle, is other hidden gem of the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic. Its history dates back to the 9th century when, according to legend, the first Czech Christian hermit, Ivan, settled down in a cave under a large cliff and it's known for the run-down St John Benedictine Monastery and the attached baroque Church of St John the Baptist, which has a spectacular cross once located on Charles Bridge in Prague. 

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