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Sunday Afternoons in Prague

Sunday Afternoons in Prague May 26, 2011 | Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Ahh…Sundays. Nothing says let’s do nothing productive and only what we want like the first day of the week. If you are in Prague, there are many places to indulge. Here’s one idea for a relaxing afternoon that has you slowly seeing the city. 1)      Brunch: Start your week out right by overindulging...

What’s Happening: May

What’s Happening: May May 4, 2011 | Events, What's New | Read More
May is full of festivals in Prague, so much so we had to dedicate an entire blog to it. Here are some other fun activities to keep you amused this month. Through July 31, A Taste of Europe: Don’t go hungry to the National Museum of Agriculture where you can check out this fascinating exhibition. Nine...

What’s Happening: March

What’s Happening: March March 2, 2011 | Events | Read More
As spring inches slowly closer, Prague starts to come alive with festivals and events. Here are three recommendations for March, and don’t forget to visit Prague Local Flavor regularly, as we share more events throughout the month. Opera 2011: The 10th annual Festival of Music Theater is in Prague...

Prague’s Coffee Museum

Prague’s Coffee Museum February 15, 2011 | Things to Do | Read More
For coffee-lovers, there is just no substitute for a dark, hot cup every morning – and them perhaps a couple more throughout the day. Espresso, cappuccino, café latte…the variations on the basic black have become endless in the past decades, with the growth of designer drinks and the popularity...

Best of: Prague’s Overlooked Museums

Best of: Prague’s Overlooked Museums September 27, 2010 | Travel Tips | Read More
No will dispute the fact that Prague’s a pretty cultural place. With its musical heritage alone, culture vultures are in heaven. Museums too aren’t difficult to find, with Dox, Center for Contemporary Art, the Mucha Museum and the Museum of Decorative Arts being a few of the most popular. But there...
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