Most of Prague’s citizens are familiar with SAPA in one or another way. Some of them heard about the market from friends and colleagues; others get unique treats. In 2021, SAPA is not only a marketplace but also a community center of education and culture.  The origin of the SAPA has an amusing story. Sa Pa is a mountain resort in the north of Vietnam, in the province Lao Cai. It has various ethnic minorities, and it is one of the tourist attractions in the region. For example, you can find the highest point of Southeast Asia – Fansipan (3143m) in Sa Pa.  No wonder that the marketplace in Prague is named after this beautiful place! Located in Prague 4Read more.

With the start of the spring, Prague streets turned into blooming areas with freshly scenting trees and flowers. When strolling around, you might notice a significant dominance of pink color. That is how the magnolia or cherry develops its unique aroma that spreads all over the city. Discover the blooming areas where you can take the most beautiful pictures and enjoy the fantastic view. Trojský zámek Located in Prague 7, Troja is welcoming people all over the country to take a stroll in the freshly scenting area. There is a beautiful palace designed by the French architect Jean Baptiste Mathey. You can visit it in the opening hours (from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.). To be sure that the museumRead more.

Blatná Castle is more than a chateau. It is a place where you can enjoy a picnic with your friends and feed one of the friendliest deer in the Czech Republic. This is a great one-day trip from Prague over the weekend. Let’s discover what you can do there! Castle through decades Archeological findings assume that the Slav settlement originated around the late 7th and early 8th centuries. The main attraction for the residents was the old trade road that connected Sušice and Horažďovice. Nevertheless, the first mention of Blatná was only in 1235 when Vyšemír mentioned the fortress. The architecture of the building is unique in all of its ways. For example, the chapel had a Romanesque style, andRead more.