Monday, 1 September 2014

Life

Where to drink burčák (young ‘wine’) in Prague

The Prague Post |
26 August 2014

Autumn brings an age old tradition with it: drinking the earliest pressings of the grapes

Concert: Tony Bennett at Prague Congress Center

The Prague Post |
26 August 2014

Jazz and pop legend has no intention to retire

Darek Jakubowicz: One of group of Bohemians' fans about to retrace famous 1927 tour of Australia

Radio Prague |
26 August 2014

Next Monday a group of fans of Bohemians 1905 are setting off on a huge adventure.

Homage to Michelangelo

Prague TV |
25 August 2014

Prague's Schwarzenberg Palace is showcasing works inspired by the art of Michelangelo Buanarroti through October 19th.

British Chamber -v- Canza Charity Cricket and Family Day 31.08.2014

Prague Connect |
25 August 2014

The British Chamber of Commerce Czech Republic and the Czech Australian New Zealand Association will hold a fundraising cricket match with other fun activities for the family.

Historical coaches at Prague Castle

The Prague Post |
25 August 2014

Prague Castle Riding School is hosting an exhibition of transport vehicles used in Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia from the 18th to 20th century. Among the 17 original carriages in the Riding School visitors can see those used by King of Hungary and Bohemia Ferdinand V and Czechoslovak President Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk.

The “Old Bohemian” Trdelník

Radio Prague |
25 August 2014

Old Town Square in the middle of a typically busy tourist-filled summer’s day. Along one side are several food stalls, which are a relatively new feature for the Old Town.

My Prague – Adam Štěch

Radio Prague |
25 August 2014

Adam Štěch writes for the leading Czech design magazine Dolce Vita, as well as high-end international outlets like the website Coolhunting and Mark magazine.

Brno’s alternative “supergroup” Dunaj

Radio Prague |
25 August 2014

In the late 1980s, the city of Brno boasted a vibrant rock scene with one of its major fixtures being the band Dunaj.

Čokofest at Nákladové nádraží Žižkov

The Prague Post |
22 August 2014

Who doesn't like chocolate? Well, it turns out that can be a complicated question. For some, chocolate is a bit bitter because the way is made, which often exploits the farmers while manufacturers and distributors reap high profits.

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