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Prague Absinthe

The Truth About Prague Absinthe You can buy Absinthe in many countries but if you look carefully at the ingredients and alcohol content you’ll see they vary wildly. On this post I’ll describe what to look for in bottles of Prague Absinthe, what’s definitely in it, what could be in it and how the strength … Read More

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Theatre Le Royal

Prague Theatre Le Royal in Vinohrady On August 27th 1929 the doors opened for a screening of a silent French film at the brand new Maceška Cinema. It’s had several names since then but quite frankly it’s amazing that you can still visit one of Prague’s oldest “First Republic” entertainment venues and what is now … Read More

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Manifesto Market Florenc

Manifesto Market Florenc (Now Closed) NOTE THAT MANIFESTO FLORENC HAS CLOSED If you are anywhere near the Republic Square area of Prague then you are a ten minute walk from Manifesto Market Florenc where you’ll find a “container city” hosting a collection of places for eating and drinking outside with covered and uncovered options. Opening … Read More

Prague Red Light District advert for a cabaret performance with three scantily clad girls and lots of ostrich feathers

Prague Red Light District

Prague Red Light District When Stag parties come to Prague the common question will be to ask “Where is the Prague Red Light District?” but if you are looking for sex rather than just a performance then that’s the wrong question. The correct question is “I’m willing to pay for sex, now what are my … Read More

Prague Jazz Boat

Prague Jazz Boat Summer is here and people are enjoying outside eating, boat trips and live music. So what about enjoying all three at the same time? The Prague Jazz Boat is a 2.5 hour river cruise including a welcome drink and a Jazz concert. The Jazz style is usually contemporary and the bands often … Read More

Zlute Lazne Prague’s Original Beach Fun

Zlute Lazne – Prague’s Original Beach Holiday Location What’s to see and do? If you’re in Prague during the summer and you just fancy a break from the deep culture and stunning architecture then Zlute Lazne (Yellow Spa) might be for you especially if you’ve got kids with you. Zlute Lazne is a self-contained recreational … Read More

Prague Burlesque at the Theatre Royal

Prague Burlesque at the Theatre Royal First a bit about the venue as it reflects the fortunes of the country itself. It opened in 1929 as the Maceška Theatre (later renamed to Illusion) at the height of what was called the First Republic in an age of Vaudeville, Cabaret and Burlesque. I’ve previously described it … Read More