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The Sights and Sounds of Prague’s Hidden Wonders

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Prague is a breath-taking place, this is no doubt unquestionable, as it is steeped in rich history and stunning architectural surroundings. For many people, a week’s visit is the typical time step absorbing the wonders which the capital provides. Here we offer potential visitors an alternative option, to see the sights and sounds of the…

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4 Things Students Need to Know Before Studying in Prague

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Prague offers beautiful scenery, a unique culture, and history to explore. Over 7 million people visited Prague in 2016, and these figures continue to rise. But some people are so impressed by the city that they’ll want to stay longer. Studying in Prague is often an option that people pursue to stay in the country…

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6 Savvy Tips for Shopping in Prague

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Whether you’re visiting Prague for a week or just a few days, there’s probably one activity that’s near the top of your to-do list: shopping. From luxury items to clothing, glassware and unique home items, Prague offers something for every shopper and budget. But just like any other city, you need to know where to…

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4 Unexpected Things When Traveling to Prague

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Prague is a lot of fun, whether you’re there to see the Infant Jesus of Prague or explore the Old Town Square, there’s always something fun and exciting to do. But, Prague is also not as everyone expects – if you’re from the US, there’s a lot of unexpected things you’ll come across. 1. Money…

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4 Things You Will Love About Prague

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If you plan a vacation to the Czech Republic anytime soon, you cannot say that your itinerary is complete until you put Prague on the list. The rest of the country is lovely as well, but Prague has a particular charm that you will fall in love with. And what is there not to love?…

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Moving To Prague: Things to Know Guide For Expats and Students

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Prague is known the world over as a center of culture, with a large number of art galleries, theaters, concert halls, museums and historically interesting buildings throughout the city. It is both the Czech Republic’s capital, and it’s the largest city, boasting a long history (having been founded in the 7th century). Trailing only Paris,…

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Why You Should Choose To Set up Your Business In Prague

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As a business hub, Prague is becoming an increasingly popular target for investors… why should you be thinking about setting up your business in the city? As the capital of the Czech Republic, the city of Prague has long stood as an important gateway to Europe, connecting East and West through historical, political and cultural…

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Prague’s Café Mozart

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Most probably, we think first of the legendary historical café on Vienna’s Albertinaplatz, when we hear the words ‘Café Mozart’, or perhaps of the café of the same name on Salzburg’s Getreidegasse, the same street as the Mozart Geburtshaus, where W. A Mozart was born in 1756. Yet there are other much lesser known cafés…

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4 Czech Christmas Customs Travelers Should Know

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Czech Christmas customs and traditions are different than what most people are accustomed to in their native countries. Yes, there are some similarities, but the actual customs are an excellent opportunity to experience life as a Czech. Travelers should be aware of some of the most common customs and traditions if traveling to the country…

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Banned Workers’ Party Takes to the Streets

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On the 28th Anniversary of the Velvet Revolution, the Banned Workers’ Party Takes to the Streets This past Friday, November 17th, marked the 28th anniversary of the 1989 Velvet Revolution, the peoples’ peaceful uprising that had brought 40 years of Communist totalitarianism to an end. Many commemorated the event by taking to the streets, exercising…

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