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Prague cyclists seek brake on city centre ban

The cyclists’ association Auto*Mat has lodged a court complaint against Prague 1 district council’s move to introduce a daytime ban on bikes in large parts of the city centre. The organisation, which is promoting cycling in the city, has also called on the City Hall to review the matter, arguing that the ban is exaggerated and illegal.

 
 
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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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“Natural Born Butchers” wine-tasting…

In recent years, Prague has been attracting more and more visitors who are interested specifically in the local cuisine…

 
 
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Matěj Černý – Co-author of unusual…

Authors Matěj Černý and Marie Peřinová, partners in real life, worked for three years on a most unusual guidebook…

 
 
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A visit to the great mountain village…

Downhill skiing and snowboarding are immensely popular in the Czech Republic and there are a slew of mountain ranges…

 
 
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Bestselling guidebook maps some of…

111 Places in Prague that You Shouldn’t Miss (111 Míst v Praze která Musíte Vidět in Czech) is a remarkable guidebook…

 
 
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Architectural historian Barbara Peacock…

British architectural historian Barbara Peacock was recently honoured with a Point of Light Award by Prime Minister…

 
 
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“Golden-donut” gallery for Slav Epic…

The city of Prague has stepped up the search for a suitable space to house the famous Slav Epic, a cycle of 20 large…

 
 
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The ugly beauty of Ostrava (1)

It’s January and every hotel in Ostrava is fully booked. So what’s pulling the crowd to a city that many Czechs wouldn…

 
 
 
 
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