November 17 is one of the most significant days in the history of the Czech Republic that rotated its politics by 180 degrees and opened the doors to a bright future full of freedom and independence from the communist regime. Most of the Czechs are incredibly proud and, at the same time, thrilled by the sequence of events that took place on the fateful date of November 17, 1989.  Discover the Czechs’ brave hearts and how their strong spirit transformed the country into a better place to live, build a family, and plant a tree. History corner: events before November 17, 1989 The time travel takes us to October 28, 1918, another significant date we celebrated a couple of weeksRead more.

Havelské tržiště is one of the gems in the heart of Prague during Christmas time. In fact, it is the oldest market in the capital which gathers locals and tourists in one common place filled with love. The most exciting thing about this place is that it is open throughout the year, unlike other markets.  Discover the history of Havelské tržiště and why you should visit it during your stay in Prague. History Corner The market history takes us to the Middle Ages when it first started its operations in 1232. Surprisingly, everything stayed the same: the location is identical to the previous one, and the place where the merchants are staying corresponds to the stories from centuries ago. TheRead more.

The city of Prague is full of mystery, fantastic myths, undiscovered legends, and breathtaking stories. Recently, we have covered the Golem of Prague and its contribution to the history of the Czech Republic. Let’s discover another well-known legend: the Drowned Maid.  Tune in for the historical experience!  The House at the Golden Well If you go to the Old Town, the district full of Gothic architecture,  you can find the House at the Golden Well. Its style is breathtaking, with splendidly decorated facades so that it is easily recognizable among tourists. This is precisely the place where our legend starts.  This particular house is the most decorated one, and the magical spirit still surrounds it even in today’s world.  ThereRead more.