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.

Prague Castle is celebrating the arrival of spring and the end of coronavirus restrictions by inviting visitors worldwide to take a free tour of their grounds. Don’t miss this unique opportunity and save the date: Saturday, May 14, 2022.  What to expect from the opening day at Prague Castle? Prague Castle is not only the largest castle globally; it is a vast complex of historical and cultural attractions. On its premises, you can find St. Vitus Cathedral, Old Royal Place, St. George’s Basilica, Rozmberk Palace, Golden Lane, the Chapel of the Holy Cross, and a museum devoted to the story of Prague Castle.  One day is definitely not enough time to see all the beauty of the complex and perceiveRead 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.