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Website spotlights Prague’s hidden treasures

If you think you know pretty much everything there is to see in Prague, you should definitely visit the website Praha neznámá or Prague Unknown. As the title suggests, it focuses on the lesser known historical, architectural and natural sights in the Czech capital, such as the first functionalist housing estate, a marshland situated just fifteen minutes from the city centre or an artificial lake where President Masaryk used to swim. I spoke to Praha neznámá’s founder Petr Ryska and started by asking him how he got the idea to create it in the first place:

 
 
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Prague City Tourism presents Czech…

Prague City Tourism has just launched a million-crown-campaign aimed at attracting more Czech visitors to Prague. The…

 
 
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My Prague – Nancy Bishop

Countless Hollywood movies and TV series have been shot in the Czech Republic in the last two decades. Casting director…

 
 
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Stunning film uses tiny drone to take…

There have been a number of time-lapse videos and would-be viral commercials making use of Prague’s beauty in recent…

 
 
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My Prague – Piotrek Gawlinski

Piotrek Gawlinski is a young Polish tour guide who has been happily based in the Czech capital for several years…

 
 
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New site offers unusual tours of Prague

Tour de Beer, Hula-hoop in Prague, Roast Sausage or River Valley Jogging Tour – these are just some of offers on a new…

 
 
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My Prague – Adam Štěch

Adam Štěch writes for the leading Czech design magazine Dolce Vita, as well as high-end international outlets like the…

 
 
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The “Old Bohemian” Trdelník

Old Town Square in the middle of a typically busy tourist-filled summer’s day. In front are several food stalls, which…

 
 
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My Prague – Vadim Erent

Vadim Erent runs Insight Cities, a tour company that promises to give visitors a deeper perspective on the cultural and…

 
 
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Test finds foreigners charged more in…

Some restaurants in Prague’s central district discriminate against foreigners, according to the Czech Trade Inspection…

 
 
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Plan to make national parks more…

The environment minister has just unveiled what he describes as a revolutionary amendment aimed at making the Czech…

 
 
 
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