Prague is a magnificent city with a rich history and breathtaking architecture. Walking around the Old Town is one of Prague’s perks (despite the crowded streets!): it allows you to enjoy the Gothic buildings, which were not ruined during wars or invasions. Most of the Czech citizens and expats get to admire such city views daily while going to school, university or work. But if you really had to cherry-pick or were in Prague only for a few days, where would you go? We decided to inspire you with the top 5 places where you can get some spectacular views of Prague! 1. Letna Gardens The first place, which has a great view of the entire Prague, is Letná Gardens.
The Czech branch of the World Health Organization criticized the Czech government’s response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic on Monday, which incited a response from Prime Minister Andrej Babiš. “[The] Situation in the Czech Republic is concerning at the moment. Data shows elevated and growing levels of transmission across many regions and districts,” wrote the branch in a public Facebook post. “Among 55 parties to the International Health Regulations (2005) in the WHO European Region, Czech Republic is on the 16th place in terms of 14-day incidence of Covid-19, which is an increase of 75% in comparison with the previous two weeks. Only 7 countries in the WHO European Region have currently a higher 2-week growth rate,” it added. In
7/09: Monday Annabelle + The-O Concert at Chapeau Rouge. Doors open at 7. Tickets start at 180czk. This week has everything – French and Czech cultural celebrations, a movie screening from Prague’s premier theatre school, and even an environmental festival. But before we dive into a week that will educate, entertain, and surely curb your appetite, enjoy a more indie start to your week with a live concert tonight. Back-to-back performers at Chapeau Rouge will be carrying along the series of concerts hosted by Fource Live tonight. Enjoy the rapturous style of singer and rapper Annabelle, followed by the upbeat and sublime performance of The-O, with tickets starting at 180czk. FAMU’s Cinema Summer showing “The Summer of Milla” at Cultural