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Czechia to commemorate victims of Warsaw Pact invasion on Friday

Brno Daily |
19 August 2020

The Czech Republic will commemorate the victims of the Warsaw Pact invasion and subsequent occupation of Czechoslovakia on Friday, August 21st. In Brno, the event will be marked by the commemorative laying of flowers at memorial plaques in honor of the victims.

Famous Hollywood movies filmed in Prague

Honest Guide |
19 August 2020

In their latest video, Janek and Honza show us the locations in Prague where famous Hollywood movies were filmed.

Czech Battle of Britain ace Josef František honoured in UK

Radio Prague |
18 August 2020

In a major honour for Czech RAF legend Josef František, the Hawker Hurricane plane in which he met his death near the end of the Battle of Britain was renamed after him in a ceremony in the UK at the weekend. What's more, one of the few such planes still flying should visit the Czech Republic next year.

Brno Day 2020 celebrates the history of Brno

Brno Daily |
17 August 2020

On Saturday, August 15th, Brno marked the 375th anniversary of the victory against Swedish forces during the Thirty Years' War, with the highlight being a historical parade through the city center.

Burčák season comes early in 2020

Expats.cz |
18 August 2020

A dry summer has pushed up the harvest, and vendors have started selling the young wine in parts of Břeclav in South Moravia.

Karlštejn – 14th century castle built by Charles IV

Radio Prague |
18 August 2020

Karlštejn is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Czech Republic, located 30 kilometres southwest of Prague. It is also one of the few impregnable castles in the country.

We're not here for the beer: Fun things to do in Pilsen with kids

Expats.cz |
14 August 2020

There's more than enough fun on tap in this West Bohemian city which offers a great family getaway from Prague.

Beer bikes can return to central Prague this weekend as court overturns ban

Expats.cz |
14 August 2020

The ban on beer bikes in the center of Prague will end on Saturday, August 15. The city's original ban was overturned by the Municipal Court and a 60-day temporary ban imposed by the city will expire. The city has filed an appeal with the Supreme Court and is awaiting a decision, but the ban will not be in effect in the meantime.

Tourists love locks turned into new church bell

Honest Guide |
11 August 2020

Janek and Honza travel to Innsbruck to see the Honest Bell.

Prague-based beer expert Evan Rail on how you can support Czech breweries

Expats.cz |
10 August 2020

Pour yourself a cold one and settle in for a chat with the expat community's most famous beer aficionado.

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