SnapShot Travel will hire 40 local and international developers to strengthen its talent pool, and to build out the next generation of hotel analytics.
Last month Argo Travel News caught up with web celebrity and fashion model Diipa Khosla after a photo shoot with influence startup Bebang* in Prague. Diipa helped reveal for Bebang, and for brands there, the power and value of influence marketing. More importantly though, the digital call for “experience sharing” instead of broadcast advertising, catches hold.
The Czech Tourism Authority has announced one of the world’s largest carousels, coming to Bohemian Plzeň, the upcoming Capital of Culture for 2015. Next year’s rich tapestry of cultural events kicks off early with this great beer city’s offering of one of France’s biggest carousels, Le Manège Carré Sénart, and a giant puppet extravaganza.
All this month in Ostrava, the St. Wenceslas Music Festival is an annual sacred music festival that takes place in churches across the Moravian-Silesian region. September 1st thru 28th visitors to the region are treated to a unique international festival of concerts and events. Attendees to this festival can expect performances from artists like tenor Becker Ulrike […]
The Prague congress season is here making September one of the city’s most important niche tourism seasons. Thousands of congress delegates crowd the city for events in the fields of medicine, science, research and education. News from the Prague Convention Bureau (PCB) sheds more light on this convention season already underway.
A concept by Chef Shahaf Shabtay, SaSaZu is not only a restaurant, but a true entertainment venue.
A fascinating light and motion festival takes place in Prague, from the 16th till the 19th of October, at Čertovka.
News from Prague, statistics from the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) for 2013 show the city’s ranking as a congress destination improved over the previous year. As a world congress destination, Prague gains attention on a path to “top 5” accolades.
Today, April 29 at 4 PM in Prague, visitors will have the chance to join Prague residents in joining the nearly one-quarter of the world’s people without shoes. One Day Without Shoes is set to draw attention to how poverty affects our world.
Prague, always an important cultural destination, has a wealth of interesting programmes for all ages to offer this week. Here are some of the most interesting to attend.
As a European destination for meetings and conferences, there are few cities better suited to host than Prague, Czech Republic. Europe’s most beautiful town won the 2013 Meeting Star Award in that category last year among cities in Central and East Europe edging out Budapest and Dubrovnik.
Čapí Hnízdo (the Stork’s Nest in English) is a unique resort, center for luxury accommodation, corporate/social events and leisure activities set in the beautiful countryside Czech landscape, less than 50km southeast of Prague, between Benešov and Olbramovice. In the heart of the picturesque Benešov landscape, guests can enjoy a high-class accommodation, fine international cuisine and […]
Good news for Czech citizens, as the rumors about a potential lift (actually a re-lift!) of visas for those wanting to go to Canada seem to be based on actual facts. Canada’s newly-appointed ambassador to Prague Otto Jelinek, confirmed to the Czech News Agency that Canada abolishing visas for Czechs is a matter of weeks. […]
The Sedlec Ossuary (Kostnice v Sedlci) is a legendary burial place, located inside a small Roman Catholic chapel, beneath the Cemetery Church of All Saints in the Kutná Hora Sedlec suburb. This is one of the most visited sites in the region, attracting over 250 thousand visitors annually. The odd monument is the final resting […]
If you are visiting Prague at the end of November, the the 23rd International Festival of Advent and Christmas Music could be one of the best ways to spend your time. The festival has been traditionally organised in the first Advent weekend, and offers a rich programme of Advent and Christmas music, by national choirs. […]