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Bank holiday escape to the Bohemian Paradise

With a name like Bohemian Paradise, this national park had a lot to live up to.  Promising mythical castles, towering trees and gargantuan sandstone pillars, it sounded just the kind of... Read More

Travel Post by Office Breaks on the 10-08-16


The Prague Card – A great way to make your way through Prague

The reasons we’re talking about Museum Cards, and the Prague Card in particular, is if you’ve been following our blog for a while (or if you just scroll through our list... Read More

Travel Post by Different Doors on the 29-04-16


26 things you wanted to know about Prague and the Czech Republic

Charming cobbled streets and colourful buildings, Christmas markets, an excellent food scene: what isn’t there to love about Prague? The capital of the Czech Republic is one of Europe‘s most popular... Read More

Travel Post by The Indie Travel Podcast on the 22-10-15


Good or Bad? Love Locks in Prague

Good or Bad? Love Locks in Prague. Visiting Prague this summer, I was eager to finally see the street art and graffiti-laden John Lennon Wall for myself. On my way to take... Read More

Travel Post by Cheryl Howard on the 29-09-15


Prague travel guide podcast

Prague is a magical fairytale of a place, with ancient buildings and cobbled streets. It’s romantic, centrally located and pedestrian-friendly, making it a perfect stop on any trip to Europe. In... Read More

Travel Post by The Indie Travel Podcast on the 17-09-15


Travel diary: nine days in Prague

We had modest plans for Prague: hole up in a hotel for the length of our stay, do a couple of Context tours, and spend our last evening with some Kiwi... Read More

Travel Post by The Indie Travel Podcast on the 24-08-15


Europe is always a good idea. Here are 5 cities we will revisit again and again

Travel to Europe is always a good idea. For many North Americans, traveling to Europe is THE dream vacation. There are few regions in the world that can compete with Europe when... Read More

Travel Post by Traveling Canucks on the 23-08-15


Weird and Offbeat: A Prague Beer Bath

Weird and Offbeat: A Prague Beer Bath  Prague is weird. In fact, it’s so weird that the city doesn’t need a street art mural like Portland does, begging its inhabitants to “Keep Prague... Read More

Travel Post by Cheryl Howard on the 26-07-15


Cheap beer, delicious food, and a perfect city to relax...

Cheap beer, delicious food, and a perfect city to relax in…Prague.... Read More

Travel Post by Our EPIK Travels on the 23-04-15


Cheap beer, delicious food, and a perfect city to relax...

Cheap beer, delicious food, and a perfect city to relax in…Prague.... Read More

Travel Post by Our EPIK Travels on the 23-04-15


Cheap beer, delicious food, and a perfect city to relax...

Cheap beer, delicious food, and a perfect city to relax in…Prague.... Read More

Travel Post by Our EPIK Travels on the 23-04-15


Cheap beer, delicious food, and a perfect city to relax...

Cheap beer, delicious food, and a perfect city to relax in…Prague.... Read More

Travel Post by Our EPIK Travels on the 23-04-15


Cheap beer, delicious food, and a perfect city to relax...

Cheap beer, delicious food, and a perfect city to relax in…Prague.... Read More

Travel Post by Our EPIK Travels on the 23-04-15


Cheap beer, delicious food, and a perfect city to relax...

Cheap beer, delicious food, and a perfect city to relax in…Prague.... Read More

Travel Post by Our EPIK Travels on the 23-04-15


Cheap beer, delicious food, and a perfect city to relax...

Cheap beer, delicious food, and a perfect city to relax in…Prague.... Read More

Travel Post by Our EPIK Travels on the 23-04-15


Cheap beer, delicious food, and a perfect city to relax...

Cheap beer, delicious food, and a perfect city to relax in…Prague.... Read More

Travel Post by Our EPIK Travels on the 23-04-15


Marriage Lessons From The Road

How to thrive in a 24/7 marriage. ... Read More

Travel Post by Hecktic Travels on the 06-04-15


Lovely, Provocative, Quirky Prague

Art that shocks and mocks. ... Read More

Travel Post by Hecktic Travels on the 02-04-15


Go To Prague, You Said

We should let you make all of our decisions. ... Read More

Travel Post by Hecktic Travels on the 30-03-15


Pic of the Week: Checking the Time in Prague

The Astronomical Clock in Prague's Old Town Square is being prepared in this photo contributed by a member of the Solo Travel Society. A new article has been added to Solo Traveler ... Read More

Travel Post by Solo Traveler on the 04-09-14


The New Alchemists of Prague

Prague Spring Break: Bohemian Rhapsody or Bozo Nightmare? The Unbearable Lightness of Being a Time Traveler in Prague In a possessed city Kafka called “a mother with claws,” John M. Edwards... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 16-02-14


Photo of the Week: Cesky Krumlov Riverside

Each Saturday from now on, I’ll be sharing a photo with you from my travels around the world. This week, the photo comes from Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic. The small town of Cesky Krumlov,... Read More

Travel Post by A Dangerous Business on the 11-01-14


Daily Wanderlust: The skyline of Prague

Daily Wanderlust: The skyline of PraguePrague. A beautiful, magical city that instantly whisks visitors into a world of old and new merged together. Where palaces and modern life smash together in... Read More

Travel Post by D Travels round on the 06-01-14


Winter Wandering: European Destinations on a Budget

Winter can be bleak. With several months of dark days and cold nights, the season of sub-zero temperatures is also the best time of year to get out of town. The... Read More

Travel Post by Lifecruiser Travel on the 27-11-13


A Designer Geek’s Paradise – The House of the Black Madonna.

Cubism is an influential 20th century art movement that was embraced by the likes of prominent artists such as Pablo Picasso. Our friends over at Wikipedia can provide a more technical explanation –... Read More

Travel Post by Cheryl Howard on the 15-11-13


A Trace of Thrace: Balkan Adventure

In Plovdiv, Bulgaria, John M. Edwards snitches on the mystery-shrouded Balkans’ best-kept secret: an ancient (and enduring) heresy I was on the way slow train from Budapest through the Balkans, on... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 09-11-13


Waltzing through the Kaffehaus Kultura Vienna

“The [Café] Central is a place for people who have to kill time, so as not to be killed by it. . . .” –Alfred Polgar “I AM SIGMUND SPIELBERG!!!” The... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 24-10-13


Kutna Hora and the Chapel of Bones

John M. Edwards mispronounces the naughty-sounding destination “Kutna Hora” at a train station in Prague, a surreal stage set straight out of the Quentin Tarantino/Eli Roth shocker “HOSTEL,” set in Slovakia... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 14-10-13


That Time I Went on a Rafting Pub Crawl

It’s not exactly the safest scenario to picture. And it certainly would NEVER fly in America. But, regardless, I quite thought the idea of a rafting pub crawl sounded like fun. And I... Read More

Travel Post by A Dangerous Business on the 25-09-13


Investigating Legendary Party Thrower Jim Haynes

It was through my fellow American expat friend, “The Famous Zack,” a black Christian science-fiction writer originally from Ohio, with a short story coming up back then in the now-defunct “AMAZING... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 23-09-13