Prague Castle presents the Bohemian Crown Jewels as part of celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Czech Republic’s statehood.  The exhibition will take place at St. Vitus Cathedral and will only run for a few days—from January 17, 2023, to January 21, 2023. Mark the date in your calendars to take advantage of this unique opportunity to perceive the real hidden gems of Prague on behalf of the Bohemian Crown.  Crown Jewels: What’s the secret behind them?  The set of the Crown Jewels has no financial value but a cultural and historical one, as they rank second to the Czech Republic’s national bequest. “Aside from their priceless historical value, they have also become a rare symbol of Czech statehood,” saidRead more.

The Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague presented an exhibition devoted to the artistic posters of the nineteenth century that have changed the perception of Europe. Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Jules Chéret, Howard Chandler Christy, Vojtěch Preissig, František Zelenka, and Vilém Rotter are just a few names that contributed to contemporary art and design and expressed their vision with the help of one medium: posters.  The installation is set to run until April 9, 2023, so mark that date in your calendar to catch the posters that have changed the media world, including the intersection of art and advertising in our daily lives.  What is a poster?  A poster is the main character of the exhibition, but what does it meanRead more.

You can’t spend Christmas in the Czech Republic without traditional carp, Pelíšky (Cosy Dens), shoe throwing, and golden pig. Discover the weirdest and most random traditions followed by every Czech in our article!   Carp and the potato salad Carp has been the main character of the Czech Christmas dinner table for hundreds of years, followed by generations. The carp sales started this week, and you can buy fish everywhere in Prague in large tanks full of fresh water. For instance, in Prague 7, the price for carp was 129Kč/kilogram.  The carp first appeared on the Christmas table in the 19th century near the fish farm city of Třeboň, and since then, it has become a beloved dish among the Czechs. Usually,Read more.