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Mystic Skate Park

Mystic Skate Park Not everybody comes to Prague for the history and culture. Czechs are very sporty people and there is a wide range of sports activities being participated in throughout the city. One of them is the Mystic Skate Park. Mystic Skate Park in Prague is one of nearly 80 skate parks in the … Read More

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Nostalgic Tram 23

Nostalgic Tram 23 There’s a tram that I use several times a week if I’m travelling from to/from the IP Pavlova area of the city or if I’m heading to Prague Castle. Without realising it I have been travelling on what the Prague Integrated Transport system says is their official “Nostalgic Tram 23”. Since 1951 … Read More

Lucerna Music Bar main stage area

Lucerna Music Bar

Lucerna Music Bar The Lucerna Music Bar is part of the larger Lucerna Palace complex. With a capacity of around 1000 people spread over a main stage floor and an upper balcony floor it’s a great venue for locals and tourists. How a Tourist Uses the Lucerna Music Bar You may be following a band … Read More

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Kannastar Cannabis in Prague

Kannastar Cannabis in Prague If you’ve read the Cannabis and CBD post you’ll understand how Cannabis products are derived from either Hemp or Marijuana, the fact that only hemp-based products are legal here and why, understanding variants and the various methods of ingestion in Prague. On this post I’ll tell you about a place where … Read More

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Vysehrad Cemetery

Exploring Prague’s Vyšehrad Cemetery It’s not normally on many people’s top ten list of things to do in Prague unless 1) you like cemeteries, 2) you like art/design and 3) you know something of Czech culture. But for some people a trip to the Vyšehrad Cemetery will be an interesting and rewarding experience. I’ll show … Read More

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Maisel Synagogue

Jewish Prague – Maisel Synagogue The history of Maisel Synagogue breaks down into 3 periods. 1) Initial 1590 construction in late-Rennaissance style, 2) The 1690s Baroque reconstruction, 3) The 1890s neo-Gothic reconstruction. Maisel Synagogue is probably 4th amongst the synagogues in popularity in the Josefov District but I’ve always had one big reason to visit … Read More

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1 Kilo Beef Steak Challenge

One Kilo Beef Steak Challenge For my readers who still work with Imperial measurements this is 2.2 Pounds or the same weight as a regular bag of sugar. Are you hungry enough or do you have the capacity for having a go at this? Then head on down to Restaurant Mustek. I know this more … Read More

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World of Banksy

World of Banksy – The Immersive Experience One of the myriad museums and exhibitions in Prague is called the World of Banksy. Located in the deconsecrated church of ST Michael in Michalska (60 seconds from the Old Town Square and fun fact: deconsecrated churches here may only be used for cultural activities). You might find … Read More

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City Card Comparison

City Card Comparison On this post I’ll take a look at the two most popular City Tourist Cards which are the Cool Pass (formerly called Prague Card) and the Prague Visitor Pass (referred to as the Official City Pass). I’ll try to help you decide which is best for you. There is time and money … Read More

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Municipal House

Top Prague Attraction – Municipal House At the turn of the 20th Century the Austro-Hungarian Empire was weakening. In Prague you could see this with different architectural projects that incorporated very Nationalist and in our case, Slavic designs. The name “Municipal House” might lead you to think that this was going to be some grand … Read More