Wall is (not) over: The story of Prague’s John Lennon Wall

Wall is (not) over: The story of Prague’s John Lennon Wall

It’s November 17th and I’m walking through Wenceslas Square in Prague. Officially, it’s the square of a Czech patron saint, but more notably, it’s the square that served as the scene for soviet tanks rushing in and crushing the Prague Spring in ‘68. Then, 21 years later, it symbolised the...

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It’s beer o’clock somewhere: The birthplace of Pilsner

It’s beer o’clock somewhere: The birthplace of Pilsner

Most people who come to the Czech Republic are immediately inundated into the culture via the many different Czech brews on tap, paired with hearty meals of dumplings and gulaš. We here in Prague are constantly telling people to try our various types of beer and each time we wait,...

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Why Naplavka is Prague’s best hipster hangout

Why Naplavka is Prague’s best hipster hangout

When the weather’s nice, the Czechs head outside — just take a walk through the city’s many parks or beer gardens on a warm day and you’ll see residents soaking up the sun. While there are often long, never-solved debates as to which of Prague’s fabled beer gardens is the...

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Things to do in: Prague

Things to do in: Prague

We all know that Prague is a gorgeous city, and that the Old Town is a sight to see, but what else? If you’re looking for some things to do in Prague aside from the classic tourist must-sees, this should help. See Prague at a different hour, and bring your...

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