If you haven’t been here before, you have got to check this place out. This teahouse is more than just a teahouse —- The name “A Maze in Tchaiovna” is a play on the words “amazing + maze” and “tchaiovna” which means teahouse in Czech. Why maze? This teahouse is filled with many hidden doors (book-shelves that you must push/pull to reveal doorways), and secret entrances which lead to a collec-tion of rooms that you would not have imagined to be there. A great place if you need a place to hideout if it ever comes down to it. What makes this place even more special is that it brings people together. Their mission is to keep people connected andRead more.

It’s Thursday and you’re in the dead of winter and want something other than the everyday vino or pivo to pick you up at the end of the day. Instead of going back into your apartment after work to sit in front of another screen disguised as Netflix, how about going out for some laughs and surround yourself with some fellow expats? As a weekly-goer to comedy shows back in the US, I didn’t plan to stop my binge in Prague. After some quick googling, I came across Prague’s Blood Love and Rhetoric Improv Comedy Show. What is it? It’ll be the highlight of your week where you witness an ingenious group of expats and Czechs put on a completelyRead more.

The Globe Bookstore is the right place to go if you like to enjoy the night with your friends or just on your own. There is no place quite like the Globe Bookstore in Prague; there is no better place to spend your night out or even your day. This place has its own distinct atmosphere. It is full of inspiration and positive energy and is a great place for meet-ups, as well as being a great place for my writing. They have program full of great activities, not just for foreigners or English-speaking people. Warm energy welcomes you at the door, so you come inside with a beautiful feeling already — even those times when you might come here on yourRead more.