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Hamburgers in Prague

Hamburgers in Prague May 23, 2011 | Food | Read More
On some website we learned that May is National Hamburger Month. We are too lazy, and frankly don’t care enough to confirm this information via a second reputable source (aka Google) so we will simply go with it and recommend the top places to sample hamburgers in Prague. Before we continue, we have...

“Pivo, Prosim”: Czech for “Beer, Please”

“Pivo, Prosim”: Czech for “Beer, Please” May 16, 2011 | Nightlife, Things to Do | Read More
Quick Czech lesson: “Pivo, prosim” means “a beer please.” We are a bit beer-centric this month, what with the sunny weather and the Czech Beer Festival happening. If spring showers catch you off guard, change your sightseeing venue to an indoor cutltural experience: pubs. We suggest four here...

Prague on a Rainy Day

Prague on a Rainy Day March 24, 2011 | Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
We don’t like to advertise the fact, but Prague doesn’t always have the best weather. It’s usually mild here, but it can be rainy any time of the year – especially in March and April. But you are here, you want to explore, and wet grey skies aren’t going to keep you indoors. Although...

St. Patrick’s Day in Prague

St. Patrick’s Day in Prague March 11, 2011 | Events | Read More
Blame it on the mutual love of beer, but St. Patrick’s Day is a growing Prague celebration. If you are in town, avoid the leprechauns and head out for some feisty Irish fun! Irish Music Festival: From March 15-20, indulge in the best of Irish music, dance and culture during the Irish Music Festival....

Discovering Different Czech Brews

Discovering Different Czech Brews February 17, 2011 | Things to Do | Read More
Finding a beer in Prague is not a difficult thing to do. It is rare that you’ll enter a restaurant here and not find a Czech beer at least bottled. All pubs and bars will have a couple varieties on tap, and if you are lucky, you might get to experience a beer brewed at a smaller Czech brewery. First,...

The Big Lebowski

The Big Lebowski January 17, 2011 | Nightlife | Read More
Prague is filled with pubs. It’s a cultural thing – besides the great beer, the pub is where you go to relax, catch-up with friends and simply have a good time. Prague 3, close to the Jiřího z Poděbrad metro station and into the Žižkov neighborhood, is pub central for those looking for a bit...

A True Czech Experience: The Pub

A True Czech Experience: The Pub October 29, 2010 | Nightlife, What's New | Read More
A recent survey found that three-quarters of Czechs consider the pub the center of social life. Despite being a country filled with music, architecture and theater (all things Czechs regularly indulge in) when it comes time to relax with friends, the pub is the place to go. Not surprisingly, men are...

Sports Bars & Pubs in Prague

Sports Bars & Pubs in Prague October 27, 2010 | Nightlife, What's New | Read More
Sports fans don’t need to miss their favorite games while in Prague. While most sports bars and pubs with a TV will be showing either a local football (soccer) or hockey match, some bigger ones catering to foreigners will offer big screens and satellite to bring in international sporting events. Here’s...

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...
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