Sunday, 31 May 2020


5 school open days to visit this month in Prague |
24 January 2020

In the early part of the year, many Czech and international schools host open days that allow families some insight into local education offerings.

Black or white? Czechs learn the art of tea-making from scratch

Radio Prague |
24 January 2020

The picturesque Georgian village of Kvenobani, nestling in the foothills of the Caucasus Mountains, is a long way to go to discover the secret of tea-making. But the experience is authentic and those adventurous enough to head there can make up their minds between spending a whole month to care for their "own" tea-garden, to grow and process their own tea from scratch or attend a four-day workshop in which Czech tea enthusiast Petr Sič will teach them the art of tea making.

10 free (or really cheap) and easy ways to learn Czech in Prague |
23 January 2020

If 2020 is the year you promised yourself you'd master the Czech language, then it's time to get out there and speak it! Here's how.

Prague Monitor fundraising drive continues

Prague Daily Monitor |
21 Jan 2020

The Prague Monitor fundraising drive continues. On Friday we will summarize the first week of fundraising.

Top 10 things to do with kids this week |
21 January 2020

Hit the ice! This weeks sees a family-friendly festival devoted to ice sculpture as well as a week devoted to future NHL stars in Prague.

Celebrate the Lunar New Year with a Taiwanese feast in Prague |
21 January 2020

For the first time ever the Czech-Taiwanese Association will host a public Lunar New Year's Eve dinner

A look at Prague's first traffic cops, automatic semaphores, a century on

Radio Prague |
21 January 2020

When the first set of automatic traffic lights appeared on the streets of Prague ninety years ago, they were not well received.

Jan Sokol - Part 1: It would be exaggeration to say the StB killed Jan Patočka

Radio Prague |
21 January 2020

Philosopher Jan Sokol was an MP in the early 1990s, served as Czech education minister and lost in the final round of voting for president in 2003. Barred from studying under the Communists, Professor Sokol came to philosophy via his father-in-law Jan Patočka, an early signatory of Charter 77. In the first part of a two-part interview, he discusses Patočka's death, the achievements of Charter 77 – which he also signed – and the Velvet Revolution.

Plenty of time to prepare for a spring running race

Brno Daily |
20 January 2020

Here is an overview of the big races that are on the calendar here in the Czech Republic, with a particular focus on Brno-area runners.

10 best things to do in Prague this week |
20 January 2020

Kick (and stomp and roll) away the winter blues with a week full of out-loud fun in the Czech capital.

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