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The ugly beauty of Ostrava

It’s January and every hotel in Ostrava is fully booked. So what’s pulling the crowd to a city that many Czechs wouldn’t visit for free? The answer is simple: Ostrava is playing host to the European Championship in Figure Skating. Join Radio Prague on a trip to the city with a bad reputation.

 
 
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Troops give way to tourists in nature…

A former Red Army military training ground in Ralsko in North Bohemia has been declared the Czech Republic's largest…

 
 
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Homeport to compete in Prague bike…

Czech company Homeport, which operates a bike sharing scheme in 18 countries in the world, is planning to launch its…

 
 
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Czech Canada - a vast, barren landscape…

Czech Canada is the name of an area in south-eastern Bohemia within the Jindřichův Hradec region. Spanning around 250…

 
 
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Head of Exim Tours tells daily that…

The head of the largest Czech travel agency Exim Tours, Ferid Nasr, is predicting travel agencies in the country will…

 
 
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Famous Prague gardens face early and…

One of Prague’s most popular tourist attractions, the Palace gardens on the southern slope of Prague castle, have to…

 
 
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Kokořínsko - serenity in Prague's…

Kokořínsko is a unique protected landscape area (or CHKO in Czech) just north of Prague. The area feels like it has…

 
 
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Třeboňsko nature reserve

Třeboňsko nature reserve spans an area of 700 km2 in the far south of Bohemia. Lying east of the hilly terrain of the…

 
 
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Telč - a town of historical tranquility

Telč is a small Czech town in the heart of the hilly Vysočina region, about 150 km south-east of Prague. With barely 6…

 
 
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Příbor named Historic Town of the Year…

The Moravian town of Příbor, the native town of Sigmund Freud, has been named Historic Town of the Year 2015. The prize…

 
 
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Prague among most popular destinations…

Prague has become one of the most popular destinations among Airbnb travellers. More than 10,000 people in the Czech…

 
 
 
 
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