For many years Prague Castle was open for free to everyone. Having several entrances, it was very easy to get in without waiting. Since last summer (2016), Czech president Miloš Zeman decided to put security checks in place. This measure started to cause a big problem: long line ups. My new blog post focuse on best practices how to make the most of your Prague Castle visit.
Don´t be just another tourist passing the cool local things by…If you want to experience something a bit different than average Prague visitor (without frittering your money away), you should take some time and go through my new blog post dedicated to new, trending and unknown things, places and activities happening in your next destination – Prague.
Sometimes it might be really stressful to find the right, original, affordable and simply great souvenir to bring back home from your travels. I know that from my own experience. I´ve traveled a lot and I have never been the „fridge magnet“ person as I always wanted to get something better. Which is usually the more difficult way.
This post is dedicated to Prague public transport. Subway, particularly. Subway, metro, underground, you can also call it “mole” in Prague. It is such a funny name for metro commonly used by kids or non-Prague residents. Locals never use it. It is something like a test – if you don´t mind using a word “mole” when talking about metro, you are not from Prague.