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Café Grand Orient Established in 1911, this lovely café is located in on the first floor of the House of the Black Madonna. This building symbolizes the unique Czech contribution to the cubist movement not only in architecture but in furniture, pottery and glass. The House of the Black Madonna was created by the renowned...
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There are countless things to do in The Czech Republic and most of them take place in the capital city of Prague. All year round, visitors from all parts of the world come to Prague for it’s delicious food, breathtaking architecture, amazing schools, and beautiful rolling countrysides. Prague’s city squares are the perfect place for...
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Café Obecní dům The Secession-era Kavárna Obecní dům is deservedly considered among the most beautiful cafes in Prague. It is located on the ground floor of the Municipal House and its interior is an unforgettable experience for every visitor. Kavárna Obecní dům is, without a doubt, one of the best examples of a European café. Although the...
The beautiful city of Boskovice lies a few dozen kilometers north of Brno. On the hill and the boundary of Malá Haná (Little Haná) and Drahanská vrchovina (Drahanská Highlands) up on high of 460 meters above sea level rise the romantic Czech castle ruins of Gothic-Renaissance Boskovice castle. The first reference to the castle is from the year...
Café Montmartre This is one of the 15 most famous cafes in the literary world. Founded in 1911, the café Montmartre in Prague, better known among locals by the name “cabaret Montmartre”, still welcomes guests day and night in a building called U třech divých (House at the Three Savages). Shortly after the café was...
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Petřín is home to 2,100 fruit trees which are located in the Seminar Garden (Czech: Seminářská zahrada) of Petřín park. In spring, the trees bloom with flowers of various colors, the majority of which are white and pink. The garden is home to 800 almond trees and a pear tree which supposedly dates back to...
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Located in Old Town, Prague this quaint little shop called Perníčkův Sen, which seriously translates to Gingerbread Dream, is the best place to find original gingerbread in Prague. Inside, the store is small and looks like a dollhouse with handmade pillows and baskets for decoration. They sell aprons, gingerbread, cookies, cakes, and all kinds of other Czech...
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Café Myšák Established in 1904, this café is world known for their cakes. In fact, they made the birthday cake of the first president of then called Czechoslovakia, Thomas G. Masaryk as well as president Beneš and Klement Gottwald. You’ll see evidence of Prague Cubist architecture in some of the details due to the design of the...
Café Mozart What makes this café and patisserie most special is its view of the Orloj, or as most people know it, the Astronomical Clock. It also has an exhibition of Meissen porcelain throughout. Café Mozart offers a romantic environment for a coffee and a cake when visiting Old Towne Square and has the loveliest views. It’s...
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If you are an avid traveler, or you just enjoy getting the locals view when visiting a city, then you have probably heard of, or maybe even stayed at an AirBnB. We love AirBnB and enjoy the special spaces people create. We’re also AirBnB hosts as well, and we do rent out our spare room because we...
Today we’re taking an armchair travelers trip to Mnichovo Hradiště (German: Münchengrätz), a town in the Central Bohemian Region in the Czech Republic. We’re going because at the same time I write this, my son Zachary is there with Petr, Adelka and Miley, enjoying a delicious Sunday meal and a visit to the château. Thanks to the...
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With all of the unique gothic, baroque, and art nouveau style architecture that occupies Prague’s streets it is no wonder that built into these buildings are actual works of art, seriously haunting ornaments and decorations of sculptures, statues, and grotesque faces and figures. These architectural sculptures are everywhere, on the roofs and outsides of all of...