Thursday, 17 October 2019


Foreigners and Prague TV monthly expat meetup

Prague TV |
17 October 2019

The monthly get-together for expats organized by Foreigners Prague and Prague.TV will be held at the Globe Bookstore and Café today from 7pm.

Open debate for Brno expats at Jobspin Job Fair

Brno Daily |
16 October 2019

The public debate "Expats in Brno: The Current and Future Situation" is the perfect opportunity to meet other expats, listen to their opinions, and discuss all the topics that affect your daily life in Brno. It is part of the Jobspin Multilingual Job Fair, which will take place at Brno Tržnice on October 19.

I wish I knew this before my trip to Prague

Honest Guide |
15 October 2019

Very often we hear from people "The trip was great but I wish I knew..." so we decided to put some of their regrets into an informative video. Well, now you know! Enjoy your trip.

The 10 best things to do in Prague this week |
15 October 2019

This week warm up with soup, flash back to 1990s Prague, fall in love with Czech design, and end with a Bollywood musical splash.

Czech soccer goalie Petr Cech makes his English hockey debut

Raw Charge |
15 October 2019

Soccer goalkeeper Petr Cech made his NIHL 2 professional hockey debut with the Guildford Phoenix at the ripe age of 37-years-old on Sunday. He won the game in the shootout.

Introducing children to spelunking

Brno Daily |
14 October 2019

Just outside of the Brno city limits there is a short hike that leads to a huge open question: Can you imagine living in a cave? Jeskyně Pekárna (Cave Bakery) is a perfect day trip hike for little kids.

Bertha von Suttner

Radio Prague |
16 October 2019

Few people today have heard of Bertha von Suttner, the Prague-born writer and activist whose message of peace stirred great powers to action. Yet her thoughts live on in today's international organisations.

Europe's first ever live football commentary and other unforgettable Czech sporting moments

Radio Prague |
16 October 2019

Sport has always played a big role in Czech life. At the time of the national revival in the 19th century, the Sokol gymnastics movement was founded on the idea that a healthy body was a recipe not only for a healthy mind, but also for a civilised nation.

Museum of Carriages in Čechy pod Kosířem showcases some exquisite historic gems

Radio Prague |
11 October 2019

The Museum of Carriages in Čechy pod Kosířem is the only one of its kind in the Czech Republic, taking visitors back to the days when horse-drawn carriages were the main form of transport.

Sokol movement celebrates its memorial day in Brno

Brno Daily |
10 October 2019

Sokol, the Czech gymnastics and physical training movement that was heavily persecuted by the totalitarian regimes of the 20th century, held its annual memorial day on October 7th and 8th, featuring a series of commemorative events and municipal memorials.

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