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An Idyllic Afternoon: Renting Rowboats in Prague

An Idyllic Afternoon: Renting Rowboats in Prague

Prague has one of the most famous skylines in the world, and there’s no better way to admire it than from your own personal boat. If you’re visiting the Golden City during the spring or summer, renting rowboats in Prague gives you a fun chance to float peacefully along the Vltava river, seeing the city in a new way. There

What’s New in Prague: 3 Fresh Favorites

What’s New in Prague: 3 Fresh Favorites

Prague’s dining scene ebbs and flows, like the river that runs through the center of the city. New places are opening all the time, and sometimes they’re exceptional. The three restaurants we’ve chosen to highlight here are all standout examples of things done right. Bistrot 104 This isn’t Prague’s first slightly hipster, Nordic-inspired (think Noma) eatery. Field,

Darcy & Lloyd’s Trip Feedback in Words and Pictures

Darcy & Lloyd’s Trip Feedback in Words and Pictures

We love getting trip reports and feedback from our guests. We especially love it when one of the guests is an artist, like Darcy Lynn, and she sent us several of the paintings she has produced based on her travels with her husband Lloyd, on two trips we arranged, to Central Europe in 2015 and

The Artist Alphonse Mucha & Prague

The Artist Alphonse Mucha & Prague

Prague has had no shortage of famous inhabitants throughout history, but in the art world there are few whose reputations surpass that of Alphonse Mucha, one of the most famous painters of the Art Nouveau movement of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Chances are you’d recognize Mucha’s work, even if you don’t know

Easter Markets in Prague

Easter Markets in Prague

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The city of Prague doesn’t let an opportunity for a market pass it by and while around three quarters of Czech profess not to be at all religious they go in for Easter in a big way. That might be because a lot of Czech Easter traditions have little to do with Christianity and have

Luxe Lunch for Less in Prague

Luxe Lunch for Less in Prague

Prague has its fair share of fine dining restaurants where you’re in for a bill of at least $100 per person if you opt for a tasting menu, but many of these high-end establishments also offer a very reasonably priced lunch menu, so you can try some fantastic dishes in a stylish setting for much

Prague’s Letna Park, the Perfect Place to Relax

Prague’s Letna Park, the Perfect Place to Relax

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You might not realize it if you stay on-the-beaten-path, but Prague has more to offer than Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, winding streets and churches. Anyone seeking a more authentic Czech experience should turn their attention outside Old Town and Lesser Town. Prague’s Letna Park is conveniently located and just about perfect. The name Letna means something like “good

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