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National Memorial on Vitkov Hill

National Memorial on Vitkov Hill September 17, 2010 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
This memorial has honored a number of different groups – not all compatible with another. It was originally built in 1938 to honor the Czechoslovak legionnaires. It was enlarged after World War II to commemorate the Nazi resistance. After 1948, when the Communist party took over, it was used to promote...

Jammin’ in Prague

Jammin’ in Prague September 7, 2010 | Nightlife, What's New | Read More
Prague’s musical heritage is well-known and on display in the Golden City. We not only have an entire museum dedicated to music, we also have museums that pay homage to individual composers. Rudolfinum and Obeční Dům are just two of the powerhouse concert halls here, and who can miss the flyers...

Best of: Gift Shops in Prague

Best of: Gift Shops in Prague August 23, 2010 | Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
Shopping for some is the best part of discovering a holiday, while for others, looking for and choosing souvenirs to bring back home is a necessary evil. NileGuide aims to make it easy on both groups with our top 3 recommendations for cool gift shops in Prague. Those who were born to shop should make...

Prague Movie News

Prague Movie News August 19, 2010 | What's New | Read More
Lots of random film tidbits coming out of the Czech Republic recently, so we decided it was time for a short round-up of things to look for either currently on the big screen, or coming soon to a theater near you (hopefully!) First, documentary fans may want to get their hands on a copy of Český mír...

Zipping through Prague; biker style

Zipping through Prague; biker style July 21, 2010 | What's New | Read More
Solo traveler and need a quick way to get across Prague? Welcome Taxi Moto! This brand new service offers a motorcycle instead of a typical car to speed you through town a bit faster. Motorcycles don’t need to wait in traffic jams, but can sneak up around the cars, rushing you through the narrow and...

Holidays in Prague: July 5 & 6

Holidays in Prague: July 5 & 6 July 2, 2010 | Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
July 5 and 6 are public holidays in the Czech Republic and the unofficial kickoff to summer. Schools close for summer holidays on June 30 and many people take advantage of the back-to-back days off for a trip somewhere. If you are in Prague this weekend, expect empty streets (empty of locals anyway)...

And Action: Prague looking to become movie mecca again

And Action: Prague looking to become movie mecca again June 21, 2010 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Creating movie magic used to be the norm in the Czech Republic. In the early 2000s Hollywood producers flocked here thanks to the low cost, skilled workers and beautiful existing scenery – from period architecture to rolling countryside. Prague has stood in for a number of European cities from Amsterdam...

Art Out & About: Key Sculpture

Art Out & About: Key Sculpture June 15, 2010 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Prague’s outdoor “art” is mostly composed of its stunning architectural variety and preservation. Gothic, Baroque, Art Nouveau, Cubism…the list goes on. Public art doesn’t have much of a tradition here, so we were quite pleased when this new installation was put up in Franz...
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