Category: Visitor Tips

Manifesto Market – Uncontainably Cool

You might say not-for-profit urban re-developer reSITE has a gift for making something out of nothing – especially when it comes to Prague’s newest urban hotspot – Manifesto Market.  Located on what was once a dirtpile patch of unused and undesirable land, Manifesto Market is constructed of twenty-seven converted transport containers which make up the outdoor marketplace. Inside each container, you’ll find a variety of satellite locations for some of Prague’s hippest street food vendors, restaurants, bistros, coffee shops, art galleries, and more.  reSITE says the market was originally inspired by the London Boxpark and the TimeOut Market in...

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Tips of Things to do (and don’t do) in Prague

One of the most common refrains in travel writing these days is to “live like a local”. If that’s the case, set your alarm for a full day of office work, followed by running errands and cooking dinner for your family. Sound like a dream vacation? But we get it. The phrase expresses more of an underlying desire – not to be treated like an outsider or expected to pay sky-high prices for pre-packaged experiences. What visitors need isn’t a taste of local life, but local advice. How do people get around the city easily and affordable? What tricks...

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21 Things To Do In Prague With Kids

Chances are, your kids don’t have the same appreciation for history and some of Prague’s more sophisticated attractions. So, for their benefit, we’ve prepared 21 of our favorite places to let kids be kids. And, to make it easy, we’ve divided it up with outdoor, indoor, water, and food and drink theme places. Enjoy! 1. Prague Zoo A day at the zoo has been a favorite family activity for generations and Prague Zoo is definitely on to remember. This world-famous zoo has 10km of routes to explore and has been frequented by the likes of the Jolie-Pitts (we miss...

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“How to be Czech in 1 Hour”

Whether you’re visiting or living in the Czech Republic, chances are you’re probably making a genuine effort to blend in with the locals. Even beyond the language, many people pick up on some of the quirky nuances associated with being distinctly Czech. A new comedy at the historic Royal Theatre highlights a few of these differences with humour, music and of course – in true Czech fashion, alcohol. Writer and director Jean Christophe Gramont is responsible for the play. As a French man married to a Czech woman living in Prague for 15 years, Gramont said from the second...

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Meet Golem: Prague Visitor’s handy new Facebook Chatbot…

As you can imagine, we get a lot of questions sent to us through Facebook from people visiting Prague. In fact, sometimes it’s more than we can keep up with. So when a few friends suggested artificial intelligence, we were intrigued. A year later, Golem was born. Prague’s first interactive Facebook chatbot for events in Prague will give you information ranging from the weather, best places to eat and drink, events happening that night or even just for a few handy Czech phrases to help you along your way. Golem has it all, and every day he’s getting smarter...

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