This month sees the famous Czech beer festival arrive, with over 150 varieties of beer to taste – don’t miss Prague’s Czech Beer Festival this May! There are also over 10,000 people expected to gather in the tents and beer gardens specially designed for the festival in famous Letna Park, so make sure you get your tickets! Don’t miss this event if you love beer!
The Golden City is famous for Europe’s largest castle, the astronomical clock and the view from Charles Bridge, but delve a little deeper and you’ll find this Bohemian city has plenty more to offer. Escape the crowds and check out our 5 alternative things to do in Prague.
If you’re visiting Europe this New Year then expect a big party for New Year’s Eve. Here’s what’s happening in London, Barcelona, Prague, Lisbon and Marrakech this New Year! Check out our guide to New Year celebrations in Europe.
The Czech capital has recently been voted the best place to celebrate Christmas in Europe, and you can see why. With romantic streets all lit and traditional markets filling the squares, here’s what to see and do in Prague this Christmas.
The Czech capital may have a reputation for great beer, but its cuisine is a close second. With a rich tradition of cooking and huge hearty meals, there is a plenty to tuck into. Here are our recommendations of what and where to eat in Prague.
With a fairy tale castle and misty views over the Vlatva River, Prague’s skyline provides a backdrop that eschews romance. This artists’ city is full of beauty from the charming narrow streets of Malá Strana to the gardens of Petrín Hill. Here’s our top ten tips for a romantic weekend in Prague on a budget.
This fairy tale city has plenty of Bohemian charm with its impressive architecture, historical cobbled streets and views from the hill-top castle. Enjoy the Czech capital’s unique beauty with our guide to what to see with two days in Prague.