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Café Louvre – a classic Prague café still mainly frequented by locals

First opened in 1902, Prague’s Café Louvre was in its early years the haunt of such luminaries as Einstein and Kafka. Today Louvre still boasts a certain old world atmosphere – and may well be the classic Prague café that it is most frequented by locals.

 
 
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Kutná Hora - a history buff’s dream

The town of Kutná Hora lies just 50 kilometres east of Prague, and is a popular destination for tourists venturing…

 
 
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Czech scooter team sets out on South…

A group of seven Czech travellers, four men and three women, are planning to ride across Latin America on scooters…

 
 
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My Prague – Ondřej Hrab

Ondřej Hrab is the founder and director of Archa Theatre, Prague’s leading contemporary arts venue. Since Hrab took the…

 
 
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My Prague – Jana Ciglerová

Journalist Jana Ciglerová has held several positions at the top Czech dailies Mladá fronta DNES and Lidové noviny, and…

 
 
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Week-long festival celebrates Czech…

It started off four years ago as the Day of Czech Beer – but for the second time now this celebration of beer and pub…

 
 
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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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