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prague lobkowicz palace concert room with covered chairs and stuccoed wall details

Prague Lobkowicz Palace

Prague Lobkowicz Palace Classical Concert Venue It’s a question I’ve been asked many times. What is your favourite Prague classical concert venue? For large scale impact I have three favourites but for a small venue there’s only one, the Prague Lobkowicz Palace. Where is the Prague Lobkowicz Palace? Be careful, although this is the most … Read More

wet cobble stone street in prague

Prague Photography Tours

Prague Photography Tours If you are coming to the city and you want to combine a love of photography with a walk around one of the most photogenic cities in the world then here’s a place to start. I’m a bit picky about instructional tours that also sell themselves as guides, the communication has to … Read More

Shooting in Prague

Shooting in Prague Opportunities for shooting in Prague have increased enormously since I first came here and it’s much better organised than it used to be. No more having to hire a car with no sat-nav to try and find the corner of some field miles away from the city to get a few rounds … Read More

Slavia Prague Football Club

The Other Slavia Prague Team The reason I included “Football” in the title is because in Prague, Slavia would also be an Ice Hockey Club and in fact both do play their matches in the same complex. Remember that the Slavia Prague website does not sell tickets direct and instead uses a site at http://www.ticketportal.cz. … Read More

Prague in October

Prague in October Handling the Weather and What to Wear This largely depends on if we have an “Indian Summer” or not. The chart just shows averages. In an Indian summer you can still expect 20 degrees C but on average we’d expect 10-15 degrees C during the day dropping to 5-10 at night. So, … Read More

prague horse and carriage on the old town square with Church of Our Lady Before Tyn in the background

Prague in September

Prague in September Handling the Weather and What to Wear Imagine it’s April but where the leaves are brown and that’s what to expect. It’s one of my favourite times to visit as it will be cool in the morning but still be warm both during the day and in the evening. The chance of … Read More

prague old town alleyway

Prague in August

Prague in August Handling the Weather and What to Wear With the odd temporary exception either July or August will have the hottest days of the year. The evenings are usually warm and balmy and any rain can come as a relief in many ways. This is the month where you pay extra for air … Read More

Prague in July

Prague in July Handling the Weather and What to Wear It’s pretty similar to June in that there’ll be many hot days followed by evening storms. There’s really nothing you can wear to offset the storms so just concentrate on what to wear when the storm has passed. So typically that’s what you will normally … Read More

Sparta Prague Football Club

Visiting Sparta Prague This page was largely written to help football fans coming out here to watch Euro matches but it’s worth understanding a little of the history. Sparta Prague (in Czech AC Sparta Praha) has been around since 1893 (I actually first learned this after asking about some graffiti) and had worn their famous … Read More

Prague in June

Prague in June Handling the Weather and What to Wear Prague in June sees the hottest weather of the year so far and brings the associated storms. There’s really nothing you can wear to offset the storms so just concentrate on what to wear when the storm has passed. So typically that’s what you will … Read More