Here are three tips for family-friendly mountain retreats in the Czech Republic. At each location find skiing, wellness options and additional outdoor (and indoor) fun.
When Christmas comes around, I start having panic attacks. What should I buy my children? How can I make sure I don’t have to listen to, “No fair! He got more presents than I did!” Can I help my children be grateful for what they have and not mourn what they don’t? Most importantly, how can my family enjoy Prague’s holiday atmosphere without getting hung up on what to get for whom and where to find it?
If you are walking in downtown Prague on the evening of December 5, don’t be alarmed when you’re greeted by the motley Christmas trio of Mikuláš, čert and anděl – otherwise known as Saint Nicholas and his sidekicks, the angel and the devil.
The quick shift from mild sunny days to cold rainy ones has left many in the Czech Republic sniffling, coughing and wishing to curl up under the covers and call in sick. If you’ve caught a cold and need to boost your immunity, here’s a few Czech remedies for colds and sniffles that don’t require a doctor’s prescription.
How the All-American sport of baseball is finding a place of its own with CZ youth
Dr. Klutz is the first to tell you, “Clowning is a serious business.” But take one look at Dr. Klutz, and you’ll know he’s got a few tricks under his trademark brown hat or in one of the magic suitcases he carries on stage. Whether he’s dressed as a clown with a red nose, black glasses and a striped shirt, decked out in a chef’s white apron, or playing the role of the mad professor, Dr. Klutz knows what it takes to make kids laugh. He also knows how to get them speaking English – in sentences, not just words – even kids who say they can’t speak English.
Prague.TV has compiled a list of 10 elementary school must-haves and where to find them
From camping on the shores of Mácháč to sleeping beneath “rock city” in Czech Paradise.
When you’d like to let your children run wild, but you need a bit of calm yourself, Prague has an abundance of playgrounds to entertain children of all ages.
For someone who likes to try new tastes and foods that don’t contain meat, but is tired of the typical rice, bean and tofu combinations, Prague’s newest addition to the vegetarian scene, Etnosvět, is a place to check out.