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Current situation in the Czech Republic regarding the spread of the Covid-19 infection

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Dear Friends and Colleagues, The situation with regard to the spread of the coronavirus in the Czech Republic is relatively stable and we believe that everything will return to normal during the summer months. Here you find the current measures valid since the 1st July 2020: https://www.mvcr.cz/mvcren/article/coronavirus-information-of-moi.aspx We recommend you to follow regularly the website […]

Kathrin: 10 things to do when under quarantine in Prague

quarantineBlog PostsApr 18, 2020

I hope you’re all doing well and are making the best out of these strange and difficult days! I know no one would have expected us to be in this situation and it might be overwhelming sometimes but we’re all in the same boat and can help each other and be there to go through […]

How to sew a cotton mask – video

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We have prepared for you a video with instructions on how to make a cotton mask. Play this video »

Jimena: Parks

Blog PostsMar 18, 2020

In this article we will describe some of the parks where it is possible to exercise outdoors. Prague has important natural areas located in different districts; we refer 5 ancient gardens of historical and cultural value in which you can freely access. Stromovka Park is one of the largest and most central parks in the […]

Jimena: Trains

ceske-drahyBlog PostsMar 11, 2020

The Czech Republic is located in an extraordinary way in the heart of Europe, so we recommend you have a map and good information on the cheapest way to travel and get to know different places during your stay. České Dráhy is the train service of the Czech Republic that connects the entire republic and […]

Jimena: Vltava

vltavaBlog PostsMar 4, 2020

The Vltava is the longest river in the Czech Republic and is considered the national river. It runs from the southeast of the Bohemian Forest and then north through Bohemia, through Český Krumlov, České Budějovice and Prague, finally merging with the Elbe River in Mělník. The Vltava River is 430.3 kilometers long and while it […]

Stephanie: Guided tour – Monastery of Břevnov

Blog PostsMar 2, 2020

Last Saturday, February 15th we have got the opportunity to visit the Monastery of Brenov on a guided tour provided by the CU point. As part of the program CU Ambassador I would like to share this nice experience that comes with the perks of studying on the Charles University in Prague in the Czech […]

Jimena: Lítačka

litackaBlog PostsFeb 26, 2020

The card called “Lítačka” is a transport card, which is mainly used to travel within the public transport network of Prague. The use of this card includes all public transport in the city: metro, bus, tram, or electric mobile. The benefits of having the “Lítačka” card is that it is not required to sign or […]

Jimena: Czech language

cBlog PostsFeb 19, 2020

The Czech language is a language of the Slavic and Indo-European group and is spoken by approximately 10 million people. This is the official language of the Czech Republic and is closely connected with the Slovak in its structure and phonetic, its roots also expand to other languages such as Polish and Russian. This language […]

Jimena: Siren

sirenaBlog PostsFeb 12, 2020

On the first Wednesday of each month at 12:00 hours, the City of Prague Fire Services and Operations Center operates and maintains the warning system by activating the alarm- siren. Mermaids are often followed by a message (in Czech and English) about the nature of the emergency or confirming that it is only a test. […]