30. 7. 2010
Oldest Masonry on Charles Bridge Hidden behind Brickwork
Builders have discovered the oldest blocks of stone on Charles Bridge hidden behind a screen of bricks which covered the lower face of the foot of the first Old Town arch of the bridge.
7. 7. 2010
Prague Display at EXPO 2010 Shanghai Seen by Over One Million Visitors
The Prague display, representing the capital city at the world exhibition EXPO Shanghai 2010, has so far been seen by an enormous flow of visitors. Thanks to the EXPO in China, Prague has been experiencing historically largest foreign representation.
17. 6. 2010
St. Anthony Is Two Vases Richer
The statue of St. Anthony of Padua on Charles Bridge is complete again. The statue has regained two vases which had been destroyed by vandals over the years.
18. 5. 2010
POTMĚ Café – Blackest Coffee in Prague
The charity project POTMĚ Café comes back to the Ovocný Trh behind the Estates Theatre. It will be open from 10th to 24th June 2010.
18. 5. 2010
You Can Now Download Tower Guide by Bluetooth
Now with the help of Bluetooth technology you can download an electronic guide at six of Prague’s towers and even in the Labyrinth.
30. 4. 2010
Prague Strikes an Intriguing Chord in Shanghai
The very first visitors have tested the Prague Pavilion at the EXPO 2010 world exhibition, which will officially be opened to the public on 1st May.
21. 1. 2010
Tourists: The World’s Most Luxurious Hotel is in Prague
The Golden Well Hotel (U Zlaté Studně) enchanted voters on the TripAdvisor.com portal.
1. 12. 2009
Castle Steps Back in Shape
The demanding renovation, which started this summer, has recently been brought to completion. The Old Castle Steps, leading from Klárov to the eastern gate of Prague Castle, were re-opened to the footsteps of thousands of excited tourists.
24. 11. 2009
Jirásek under the Scalpel and Perhaps a Saw to Palacký
The statue of Alois Jirásek, the highly renowned man of letters, who in his present bronze incarnation is more accustomed to watching cars running over Jirásek Bridge, is at last no longer covered with a banner.
19. 11. 2009
How to Get to Prague
Visitors can reach Prague using various types of transport: by plane, train, coach, car and even by boat. Public city transport is well connected and offers convenience and comfort whilst travelling around the city.