If you are planning a trip to Prague in February, it really is a great time of year to check out the city. First, it is not going to be as taken over by tourists due to the colder weather, so you can see more of the sights and sounds without all of the crowds. Continue reading Travel tips for visiting Prague in February
After Prague, is there’s any destination in the Czech Republic that has achieved as much popularity it has to be Karlstejn Castle. Located just 30 kms southwest of Prague in a town by the same name, it is a common day trip destination for those who are interested in exploring something new and challenging.
Roman Emperor Charles IV built Karlstejn Castle in 1348 AD to safeguard Imperial Regalia as well as the Royal Crown jewels, holy relics and many other royal treasures. Over the years, the castle was renovated and reconstructed changing its look several times. The latest Disneyland look is from the last restoration that took place at the end of the 19th century by neo-Gothic architect Josef Mocker. Continue reading Karlstejn Castle — A Popular Day Trip Destination
Since June 2011, Prague boasts of the world’s best airport after the International Air Transport Association (IATA) awarded Ruzyně International Airport with the esteemed Eagle Award. Ruzyně Airport, one of the busiest places on earth had some 11-12 million passengers transiting through and not a single mistake was detected in the amenities, services, customer satisfaction and atmosphere. Now who wouldn’t want to know how everything works at such a technically perfect place? Continue reading Prague Airport Tours for Children and Adults
One of the most beautiful cities in the world, discovering the fascinating cultural attractions of Prague on only foot or vehicle is neither feasible nor recommended. What if a transport vehicle could zoom through the narrow alleys and cobbled roads at the flick of an eye, uncovering the unseen and capturing memorable photo opportunities for its tourists? This is what exactly, the Segway – a one passenger, two wheeled electric scooter does, when people ride it to discover the famous places of Prague. Continue reading Segway Tours — Prague From a Different Angle
Prague is the best place to head to if you are a hiking freak and a die-hard nature lover who loves to explore the beautiful mysteries of nature.
Prague’s picturesque views and charming scenery, clean and clear cobbled streets, green and hilly countryside trails leading to mysterious castles have been attracting hoards of hikers from all corners of the world. Continue reading Top Hiking Destinations in Prague
The Czech Republic is one of the most liberal countries in Central Europe regards to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) rights. In recent years the country has been openly welcoming gays, lesbians or homosexuals to a tourist scene that centers around their needs and expectations. Although local Czech people are not used to visible public display of affection between gays, the law in the country allows same-sex marriage and registered partnership from the minimum age of 15. Homosexuality though legal is still kept under wraps, centering mostly around the Vinohrady area (close to the city centre) and neighboring Zizkov where most of the gay bars, libraries, discos and saunas are located. The status of LGBT people in the Czech Republic is prominently marked by their annual festival : Prague Pride which is the first queer pride parade in the country’s history. Continue reading Why Gays like Prague
If you want to enjoy the attractions of Prague in the serenity of the calm Vltava River, then booking a cruise that sails through the heart of the city will give you immense satisfaction. Continue reading Prague River Cruises