“I’m very lucky,” said Czech TV reporter Filip Horký. Horký, who chose not to attend a university after graduation, was fortunate enough to find his place at Czech TV via Facebook. “I just found one presenter of news at Facebook, and I sent a Facebook message: ‘I wanna be like you in the future,” said [...]
Paris is known for many sites: the Louvre, the Notre-Dame Cathedral and the Arc de Triumphe, but Paris is also known for having one of the most recognizable structures in the world, the Eiffel Tower. A lesser-known tower inspired by that structure is The Petřín Tower in Prague, Czech Republic. Here, tourists and Czechs can [...]
The aroma of smoked sausages, fried cheese and cinnamon fills the air in Prague, Czech Republic. There are many food options in this city, but many choose to eat at nearby vendors. Tourists tend to take advantage of them because it offers food at a price that restaurants cannot. “It is delicious and really cheap, [...]
Locals and tourists can immerse themselves in a therapeutic beer bath in the center of Prague at the Bernard Beer Spa.
Walking Through the Streets While walking through the narrow cobble streets of Prague, Czech Republic tourists and locals notice an array of graffiti art. Although graffiti vandalism is illegal, others think it is a form of artistic expression. Almost every block is sprayed on; whether it is on a building, a lamppost, the sidewalk, a [...]
Beer is arguably the world’s most well-known and socially consumed beverage. In Prague, this statement is no less applicable. From the minute you come within sight of the many restaurants’ outdoor verandas, you are hard pressed to find a patron without a beer in his or her hand. In the United States, most alcoholic beverages [...]
In Prague and other major cities, a tragic romantic legend has sparked the trend of attaching love locks on to bridges as a token of a couples eternal and unwavering affection for one another.
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