If your Prague visit is coming to an end and you are starting to worry about how to get to the airport/bus station/train station? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. To the airport you can either take bus number 119 which operates between the airport and Nádraží Veleslavín (subway station A line) or the AE […]
Thanks to our highly-developed public transport system, you can go almost anywhere in Prague! You can buy your tickets in the yellow machines near most stops. The prices are very reasonable – 24 CZK for 30 minutes, 32 CZK for 90 minutes, 110 CZK for 24 hours and 310 CZK for 72 hours. But don’t […]
If you come to Prague, keep in mind that since May 31st, 2017 a new law came into effect which prohibits smoking in all dining establishments. Smoking is also prohibited in public areas (such as public transport platforms – bus and tram stops, train stations; on public transport; in cultural facilities; in healthcare facilities). Tobacco […]
We hope you won’t need it but if witness any kind of emergency, call 112, the European number for emergencies. Their operators will speak English and they will do their best to help you. In case you need health care, there is an English-friendly department in the Motol hospital.
Prague is beautiful city there is no doubt about that! I tis full of romantic cafés and pubs. However you have to keep the volume down from 22:00 until 06:00. There are the sleeping hours for the majority of locals and letting them sleep is a sign of good matters. Please be good! 🙂
Are you planning to visit Prague but you are not sure about which currency to exchange? So far we have our own currency – Czech crown (a.k.a. česká koruna, Kč, CZK). The exchange rate can vary but for the most part you can count with 1 EUR = ca. 27 CZK, 1 USD = ca. […]
Do you want to prepare your own dinner or just grab a snack for a day out? You have many options to choose from either in the city centre or in the suburbs! Albert, Billa, Tesco, Žabka? You name it! They all are open usually from 07:00 until 21:00.
The network of our public transport system in Prague works very well and a we use it a lot. If you want to fit in you should know that there are some unwritten rules to follow. You should always let people get out first, let the elderly people and pregnant women sit and always stand […]
Did you know that when Czech people go into a café they love to have a sweet dessert to go with their coffee. A lot of Prague Café have their own homemade sweet treats! But how do you know which one to get? Perhaps these photos will help you! 🙂 Kremrole (Cream Roll) Puffy, crispy […]
When we say coffee, would you think that the Czech Republic is becoming a café superpower along the lines of London, Berlin nor New York? Maybe there five reasons will convince you! First of all there are plenty of high-quality Czech roasters, we like to keep up with the current trends and a unique coffee […]