Prague Hints and Tips
spotted, tested and tasted by a local
Prague insider blog
Besides guiding my small group tours, I also like writing about some less known facts that usually only locals know.
To help travellers avoid local tourist traps and make them feel prepared for their Prague vacation. Everything I write about in this blog are things recommended by me, regular Prague local. So don’t worry, no tourists’ traps, no commissions for recommendations.
Should you have any questions or need help, or if there is a topic you think I should write about, please drop me a line.
7 Bizarre Traditions You May Experience During Typical Czech Christmas
For many Czechs, Christmas time is the most important and most beautiful time of the year. Loads of food, lots of alcohol and quite a few days off. It’s the best all-inclusive holiday time ever! Even though we are the most atheist country in Europe, we love Christmas. What Czech Christmas is like, you can learn everywhere on Google. I rather want to focus on some lesser-known, fun facts, traditions and habits we automatically do without even thinking about how funny or bizarre they can be in the eyes of foreign observers. So forget about shopping stress and have some fun while reading about a typical Czech Christmas.
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