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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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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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Czech castles and chateaux pay tribute…

With the arrival of spring the country’s many castles and chateaux open to visitors, offering exhibitions, concerts and…

 
 
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Železná Ruda - deep in the heart of…

Železná Ruda is a small Czech town deep in the heart of the Šumava national park. Surrounded by hills and mountains on…

 
 
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My Prague – Jana Kománková

Currently running the arts website Proti šedi (Against the Grey), Jana Kománková has been a well-known figure on the…

 
 
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Slovakia replaces Croatia as top summer…

Slovakia has become the most popular tourist destination for Czech tourists, overtaking Croatia. Some 837 thousand…

 
 
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Trabant adventure film hits Czech…

Czech adventurer Dan Přibáň is well-known as the team leader of a number of expeditions using what was considered the…

 
 
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Český Krumlov - an island of unreality

Český Krumlov is a small town situated in the far south of Bohemia, about 25km from the city of České Budějovice…

 
 
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Čížov - the last fragment of the Iron…

The village of Čížov is a tiny settlement near Národní park Podyjí, the smallest national park in the Czech Republic…

 
 
 
 
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