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U Medvídků – A Prague home of beer for over five centuries

With a history dating back to the 15th century, Prague’s U Medvídků was in its day frequented by the likes of Jaroslav Hašek and Karel Čapek. Today it is a classic, old school beer hall-type pub and one of the best-known purveyors of Budvar in the capital.

 
 
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My Prague – David Dorůžka

David Dorůžka is one of the Czech Republic’s best jazz musicians. The guitarist studied at the Berklee College of Music…

 
 
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Uber planning to contest Brno ban

A Brno court has issued a preliminary injunction on Uber, arguing that it should behave like a regular taxi firm. The…

 
 
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Prague’s famous astronomical clock to…

Prague’s famous 15th century astronomical clock, known as Orloj, is one of the oldest and most elaborate clocks ever…

 
 
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My Prague – Zdeněk Lukeš

Zdeněk Lukeš is one of the country’s best known architects. During the 1990s he was part of Václav Havel’s team…

 
 
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Step back into pre-war and First…

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Czech castles and chateaus celebrating…

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Café Savoy – an Art Nouveau gem by the…

The Art Nouveau Café Savoy, located on the west bank of the Vltava river near Kampa park, is one of Prague’s grand…

 
 
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My Prague – Tomáš Baldýnský

Tomáš Baldýnský is a well-known TV writer and producer whose most recent work was the hit comedy Kosmo. He has also…

 
 
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Café Louvre – a classic Prague café…

First opened in 1902, Prague’s Café Louvre was in its early years the haunt of such luminaries as Einstein and Kafka…

 
 
 
 
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