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Kroměříž: the Palace of Bishops and Filmmakers

There is a Palace in Moravia like none other. You will find it in Kroměříž not far from the banks of the Morava river. What used to be a summer representative residence of the bishops and archbishops of nearby Olomouc, became a favorite film location. Inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage list, Kroměříž is a „must see" for all travelers in eastern Czechia.

 
 
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U Medvídků – A Prague home of beer for…

With a history dating back to the 15th century, Prague’s U Medvídků was in its day frequented by the likes of Jaroslav…

 
 
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A visit to Prague’s first cat café

Situated in Prague’s Žižkov district, the Kočičí Kavárna Freya (or Kočkafé) is a cat café, which opened back in 2014…

 
 
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Rekola five years on: Bold pink bikes…

What began as Rekola, the NGO, is now an NGO-slash-successful socially-conscious business. If you need to get quickly…

 
 
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U Fleků - A legendary Prague pub and…

A hundred years ago there were dozens of small brewing houses across Bohemia and while the majority no longer exist…

 
 
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Prague’s central district warns of…

Airbnb and other sites have radically transformed the Prague accommodation scene. But the most central district of the…

 
 
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A tailor made Prague beer institution

Beer is an important part of Czech culture. Czechs love to drink beer and the country’s numerous pubs are veritable…

 
 
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Strahov Monastery Brewery combines…

Beer is an important part of Czech culture. Czechs love to drink beer and the country’s numerous pubs are veritable…

 
 
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Steamboats celebrate 200 years on…

Two hundred years ago today on June 1, 1817, the first steamboat took to the waters of the Vltava in Prague. The…

 
 
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Prague books ninth place on Airbnb…

Prague belongs among the top ten Airbnb destinations this summer, according to a survey released by the travel company…

 
 
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Russians flock back to Prague

Some 1,380 000 people visited Prague in the first quarter of 2017, spending over three million nights in the city…

 
 
 
 
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