The Christmas Market in Prague is one of the best in Europe, boasting countless stalls, locally produced gastronomic delights and the chance to escape and experience a completely different festive season.
The Eastern European capitals of Prague and Budapest are among the least expensive destinations in Europe based on their lodging costs. A new survey from CheapHotels.org unearthed this finding then it compared hotel rates for 30 main destinations in Europe. The time period spanning June through August 2012 served as the basis of comparison.
Few can deny that Eastern Europe’s favorite city break has everything going for it. With its combination of cheap, great-tasting beer, its stunning medieval architecture and its beautiful women, Prague is one of the few cities that really doesn’t exaggerate when it claims to have “something for everyone”
In hotel news, Prague will see the opening of the Fusion Hotel. This chic affair coming to the city center should satisfy city visitors with a contemporary taste for the edgy, even the funky. €15 million, and a play at being the most moody and raw accomodation in all the Czech Republic, hotel marketing gurus WIHP called the Fusion design something “Andy Warhol and Le Corbusier would have collaborated on.”
Hradec Králové (Czech Republic) has a well established theater tradition, with cultural festivals that culminate a prolific theatrical season each year. This summer, Hradec Králové will host the XVIIth edition of the international festival Theater of the European Regions, between June 21 – June 30, 2011. Klicpera theaters are already selling tickets for the last […]
In news from the Czech Republic, Tourist Authority Director Radka Neumannova is one Eastern European bureaucrat who knows how to engage and inform potential industry and tourists. Like many countries in the region, the Czech Republic is largely thought of as a travel destination for one city only. But there is a lot more to this vibrant destination than Prague.