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Artisanal ice creameries are churning out frozen treats that beat the heat

Amidst the sweltering summer, like many Czechs, I began to crave some ice cream. Thankfully, this frozen substance has become something of a universal language, so it was no surprise that Prague offers some terrific ice cream opportunities. Ovocný Světozor has been serving ice cream to locals since 1992, and it doesn’t look like the popularity is going to dissipate anytime soon. Angelato and Puro are two establishments that serve gelato made the Italian way, based on using fresh ingredients and ensuring that each flavor is handmade in small batches.

 
 
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Prague’s Gastronomy Museum: A valuable…

I wish I had visited the Gastronomy Museum when I first arrived in Prague, so that I would have understood where Czech…

 
 
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My Prague – Camille Hunt

For nearly a decade Camille Hunt has been co-running Hunt Kastner, a private Prague gallery that represents leading…

 
 
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Customer Service in Prague

The first time I heard the phrase, “it is not possible”, I was at a Czech restaurant near Andel in the middle of winter…

 
 
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Wild side of Prague revealed by authors…

With the tourist season in full swing, Prague is swarming with visitors admiring its historical sights and monuments…

 
 
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The Search for Seafood in Prague

Despite the fact that fried carp is the Christmas meal, the Czechs do not consume much fish. However, in recent years…

 
 
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Wild side of Prague revealed by authors

With the tourist season in full swing, Prague is swarming with visitors admiring its historical sights and monuments…

 
 
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My Prague – Eugen Kukla

Born in Prague and living in the downtown area, photographer Eugen Kukla is highly knowledgeable about the history of…

 
 
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‘Open House’ in Prague as city…

This weekend, people in Prague will have a unique chance to visit some thirty buildings across the city, from…

 
 
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Exhibit highlights heyday of Prague’s…

A new exhibition located in the upper part of Prague’s Wenceslas Square is displaying dozens of large format photos…

 
 
 
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