Can a small state like the Czech Republic assert itself thanks to the presidency on the European, let alone the world stage?
Aromi Enoteca con Cucina is a relatively young establishment, but even so it has gained a reputation as of one of the best Italian restaurants in Prague.
At the City of Prague Museum, special attention is being paid to one of the largest minority populations in the Czech Republic, with a focus on culture, an element that has been largely out of view despite the population’s great influence on the city’s recent history.
The private Metropolitan University in Prague has won the 2008 Handinnov Europe prize for its School Without Barriers project.
Until recently Vladimíra Dvořáková was known mainly as a political scientist. Now the nation knows her especially as that courageous woman who disclosed corruption at the Law Faculty of the University of West Bohemia in Plzeň and even said that there are mafia structures dealing with university degrees.
The latest figures from the Czech Statistical Office show a continuing trend of declining arrival tourism caused by the overall economic slump in past months but this—according to heads of regional promotional organization České Švýcarsko—doesn’t apply to the Czech Switzerland National Park in North Bohemia.
There has always been a nice custom in Prague to leave the capital on Sundays for a walk in nature followed by a nice meal in a garden restaurant.
Spanish energy group Iberdrola plans to start wholesale electricity trading activities on the Czech market in the second part of 2010.
Despite curbing state expenditure, supporting Czech exports to foreign markets remains a priority for the current interim government.
The Czech national debt is rising to astronomical heights, while in 1993 the country did not pay a single crown to service its debt. Unsurprisingly, the largest parliamentary parties—the Social Democrats to the left and the Civic Democrats to the right, are blaming each other as to who is responsible.