Cocktails in Prague – Parlour

A discreet cellar establishment just out of earshot from the hubbub of the nearby Wenceslas Square, Parlour is as undisclosed an operation as they come. These cocktail artisans like it that way, too. But for all their attempts at avoiding attention, word does get around. The bar has made well-deserved appearances in best-of lists from […]

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Sightseeing in Prague

Prague – the city of a thousand spires. And for each and every spire, there are a thousand tourists craning necks and extending selfie sticks for that perfect proof-of-Prague memento. The Czech capital is without question a gorgeous place, hence the many foreign visitors. The cobblestone streets of Old Town ooze fairytale thanks to the […]

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Coffee in Prague – EMA espresso bar

Much like Vienna, the café culture in Prague feels antique. The old-world charm of imperial Europe lives on in the many spaces bedecked with marble, dark-stained wood, and brass. And that’s cool. It’s enchanting to sample the timeworn. But just like Europe in pretty much every other sense, the contrast between the dated and the […]

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Eat in Prague – Maso a kobliha

One can work up quite the appetite while traipsing about Prague 1 for an entire morning. Most of the major sights can be reached inside this central district and for that reason many of the city’s visitors waste no time seeking them out. But come noon, the pressing reality of midday hunger becomes all too […]

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Best Cocktails in Prague

The Czech are typically thought of as a beer-loving folk, a claim they readily back up by consuming the highest annual amount of beer per capita. We recommend exploring what they’re up to on that front with a peek at our craft beer guide. In recent years, however, the small central European country has gained […]

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