The spring finally made a heart-warming entrance, along with several roaring open-air events, including the festival of Israel’s culture and traditions, Izrael na Vltavě. The event’s organizers welcome everyone to experience the unique culture of the middle eastern country, located on the sunny shore of the Mediterranean Sea, this weekend, May 14 and 15. Střelecký Ostrov, known for organizing bottomless events and delicious picnics, will be the welcoming host of the event. If you close your eyes and listen to the Vltava’s boisterous flow with the distant sounds of ducks, you can imagine that you are standing near the gorgeous Medeterenian sea for a couple of minutes. Too good to be true, right?  Izrael na Vltavě: fun facts As you might guessRead more.

iMucha show goes live in the O2 arena this May, allowing spectaculars to enjoy Art Nouveau masterpieces with real emotions and unbelievable experiences. The show is on May 26, 2022, at the fantastic arena in Prague, full of seats, drinks, and delicious snacks.  Don’t miss it!  What about Mucha? Mucha was one of the most famous Czech illustrators and artists of the 19th century. His famous artworks encompass The Slav Epic. It is a canvas showing the history of the Slavic people, their strong spirit, and distinctive culture. Other works included commercial posters for theater plays and big companies such as Nestlé and Moët-Chandon.  You can find various exhibitions devoted to his masterpieces around the city center of Prague. For instance, theRead more.

Slivovice is one of those drinks where you have a love-hate relationship. You either love it to death or you hate it so much that one thought about it makes you regret every decision in your life. Nevertheless, we all love this spirit to keep the party going, have deep talks, and unforgettable moments with family and friends.  We decided to re-discover the origin of Slivovice and here is what we found out!  What the heck is Slivovice?  Slivovice is a hard liquor that is inclined to be an integral part of Eastern European culture. In simple words, it is a plum brandy.Mostly, it is made from damson plums.  Most families even produce it by themselves rather than buying itRead more.