• 6.4.2017
  • Tereza Vítková

How To Be a Traveler, Not a Tourist

Some people wouldn't find any difference between the two words tourist and traveler; however, it is the travelers who experience a foreign country unlike tourists do. They say: "Traveler sees what he sees, the tourist sees what he has come to see". Now, you're probably wondering how one can be a traveler without being a tourist? Here are our tips to ensure that you embark on your next journey to Prague as a traveler.

Learn some interesting information about Prague while enjoying a range of fun facts and trivia that's perfect for everyone!

The Czech mountains are a perfect destination for your family vacation, offering a wide range of activities from skiing to sledding and skating. As you probably know, the Czech Republic doesn't have the highest mountains in Europe, however it has almost 300 ski resorts alongside the country's borders which are tiny compared with those in the Alps or Austria – but cheaper. From beginners to advanced skiers, there is something for everyone!

  • 10.11.2016
  • Tereza Vítková

Infographic: Travel Hacks

Today, we share travel infographics that may be of interest to tourists and travelers from all around the world. From airport hacks to packing advices, get free travel infographics to help you get more out of your travel experiences!

  • 19.5.2016
  • Tereza Vítková

17 Signs You Are Addicted To Travel

Traveling can be addictive. Once you try out that gathering unforgettable memories and experiences can be so fun, you may find yourself planning your next trip before you've even left... So, think you are a genuine travel junkie? Check to see if these signs apply to you!

  • 12.5.2016
  • Tereza Vítková

Best Day Trips From Prague

There are more than enough activities, sights and hidden places to keep you busy in Prague forever, but if you have seen all the top tourist attractions and still have a day or two in Prague left then you may want to take a journey out of this bustling city to see some of the surrounding areas. Here is a list of five suggestions for daytrips from Prague!

  • 5.5.2016
  • Eva Belokostolska

Kiss Under a Blossoming Cherry Tree


Before the Velvet Revolution in 1989, St. Valentine's Day was practically unknown in then-Czechoslovakia, the Czechs traditionally celebrated their lovers in May.  On May 1st young couples are recommended to kiss under a blossoming cherry tree to ensure a year of good health and happiness.  And how is it with kissing in the world? Is a passionate kiss a universal pleasure? Find out in our infographic. 

  • 14.4.2016
  • Tereza Vítková

Travel Tips To Make Your Trip Better

Travel season is finally here! Planning your vacation overseas can be almost as much fun as going. If this is your first time traveling abroad, or maybe you just need a refresher here's a list of 21 essential tips for family vacation, solo travelers or pet owners.

  • 4.2.2016
  • Tereza Vítková

Trivia Challenge: Czech Republic

So, you know already a lot of trivia & interesting facts about Prague. But what about the country and its people? Want to challenge yourself with some fun trivia about the Czech Republic? Test your knowledge and let us know!

  • 14.1.2016
  • Tereza Vítková

Why You Should Travel in Low Season

Seasoned travelers often try to time their Europe travel plans around off-peak travel periods and they have some very good reasons for doing so. On the other hand, it's also important to remember that destinations have slow periods for a reason: unfavorable weather (which usually means more clothes and heavier baggage), some attractions may be unavailable or under construction and it starts getting dark pretty early... However, while low-season travel has its risks, you might find the benefits outweigh them.

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