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Week-long festival celebrates Czech beer

It started off four years ago as the Day of Czech Beer – but for the second time now this celebration of beer and pub culture has been expanded into a week-long festival. It runs from September 23 until October 1, with over 6,000 pubs, restaurants and breweries around the country taking part.

 
 
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Nymburk - back to the First Republic

Nymburk is a small town located about 30 kilometres north-east of Prague. It is situated on the banks of the Elbe river…

 
 
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Three young Czechs take on India’s…

Three adventure-loving young Czechs packed their bags and left for India several weeks ago to take part in the August…

 
 
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Mělník - delightfuly quirky

Mělník is a small town just 30 kilometers north of Prague, situated at the point where the Vltava flows into the mighty…

 
 
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Prague Castle security further…

Long queues have been forming at Prague Castle recently after security was beefed up at the popular tourist site. Now…

 
 
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Dubai attempts to attract more Czech…

Dubai wants to attract more tourists from the Czech Republic. The country’s Department of Tourism and Commerce…

 
 
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Tourists brave new security measures at…

Beefed up security at Prague Castle is leading to long queues, as tourists are forced to wait to have their belongings…

 
 
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Roudnice nad Labem - serenity and…

Roudnice nad Labem is a small, picturesque town situated on the banks of the Elbe river, about 30 kilometers north of…

 
 
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Around Aš

Aš is a town in the far north-west of the Czech Republic, and is part of the so-called Ašský výběžek – or Aš panhandle …

 
 
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Friends of the Earth striving for more…

The NGO Friends of the Earth is striving to start a broad debate on expanding wilderness sites outside of the country’s…

 
 
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Prague Wheel backers seek to calm fears

A Prague district is looking to put itself on the map with a giant big wheel on the embankment of the Vltava river. But…

 
 
 
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