Prague Christmas markets- hadcraft

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Karlstejn castle

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skiing at the Jested area

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Charles Bridge Prague

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Czech spa town

The Three Magi

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Bítov castle

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Municipal House Prague

Nativity scene

Traditional Christmas food- freswater fish

Christmas at Prague Old Town Square

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Mt. Snezka in the Krkonose Mountains

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family trip in the Czech countryside

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family fun in snow in the Czech Mountains

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Prague - city of a hundred spires

Christmas markets in Prague

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Cesky Krumlov

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The CzechTourism Awards

07 Nov 2016

Award ceremony organized by the CzechTourism Authority at WTM- the biggest trade event in Europe!

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Made in Prague festival

05 Nov 2016

Month of Czech culture in London

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Fishing and ponds

21 Oct 2016

Autumnt fishing time is here again! Let´s explore more than twenty thousand ponds in the Czech Republic and taste a culinary surprise in Czech cuisine: freshwater fish.

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Czech Spas

21 Oct 2016

Where did Kings, Empresses, music composers, and famous poets go to relax?

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Monuments of Czech
• Prague: Prague Castle with St.Vitus Cathedral, Belvedere, Lorreto, Charles Bridge, old Town Square and Town Hall with the Astronomical Clock, Jewish Quarter, Nationa Theatre, St.Agnes’s Convent, Lesser Quarter, Wenceslas Square, National Oper • Kutná hora: cathedrale of St. Barbara, Stone House, Ursuline Convent • Ceský Krumlov: Krumlov Castle, Castle Gardens, Church of St. Vitus, The Hall of Masks, Egon Shiele Centre • Karlovy Vary: Spring Colonnade, mineral bath and hot springs, Internatinal Film Festival • Krivoklát and Karlštejn: Castles in Cetral Bohemian • Mariánslé Lázne: The Colonnade, F. Chopin Festival, golf, Teplá Monastery • Brno: Spilberg Castle, St.Peter and Paul Cathedral, The Battle of Austerlitz Monument, vineyards • Lednice and Valtice: The Castle, Europe’s Garden – natural park • Olomouc, Litomysl, Zdár nad Sázavou, Telc, Trebíc

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Restaurant Guide
Czech cuisine uses a lot of fried or roasted meat, usually pork of beef, on special occasions game and fish is served with dumplings, potatoes or rice, in a sauce. Everything is prepared simply without hot spices. The most common dishes are pork served with dumplings and sauerkraut and pot-roaster beef in rich creamy vegetable sauce and cranberries. Sweet ddishes, such as fruit dumplings, strudel and pancakes are also very popular. No one misses the chance to taste Czech beer. The best known are Pilsner Urquell,Gambrinus and Prague Staropramen. Moravia wine and Czech spirits Becherovka, borovièka and Slivovice are also old favourites.

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