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The year 2017 is an important milestone for Royal Prague Travel as the company celebrates its 20th anniversary.

We would like to present you the selection of projects that Royal Prague Travel has realized for its customers in the previous year.

We provided you a tailored package to suit all your needs when travelling. Come discover what we have prepared for you.

We are pleased to announce that we have participated as a co-organizer in the M&I Forum Prague in September, 2016.

  • Discover the Charm of Famous First-Republic Cafés

    Would you like to have a cup of coffee accompanied with the glamour, charm and elegance of the First Republic? Let us invite you to famous cafés that not only experienced that time a hundred years ago, but also still remind us of it.

    The cafés of the First Republic were places where famous people such as journalists, writers, actors, artists, architects and businesspeople used to meet. You could see them engaged in conversations, or simply reading a newspaper or a magazine, either Czech, European or from overseas. The European cultural history was also written in Czech cafés. Many of the historical cafés are still open today. They are charming places that connect history, Czech culture and unique architecture. 

  • Visit the Most Famous Nativity Scenes

    Nativity scenes are an inseparable part of Christmas, and you will find them at almost every Christmas market.

    Nearly every city or town has a lit Christmas tree in the main square and a nativity scene under the tree. Each nativity scene is original and unique. The story of baby Jesus, born in an empty stable, is depicted in miscellaneous ways by the artists. Come visit the most famous towns with the most beautiful nativity scenes in the Czech Republic. 

  • The battle of Austerlitz will be reminded by several events

    For decades every beginning of December the Austerlitz battlefield is going back to times when armies of three emperors marched through the land. Lets remind this historically significant period and tragedies that hit local citizens´ lives.

    Municipalities on the Austerlitz battlefield or even Brno, Vyskov and Slavkov u Brna (Austerlitz). From 18th November to the first weekend in December towns and villages that were part of the battle area 212 years ago will come back to year 1805 which was the year that had tragic impact to local citizens´ lives. 

  • Czech Christmas Magic in Four Ways

    Visit various Czech cities during Advent and enjoy the Christmas atmosphere, Czech traditions, great food and delicious punch.

    Prague, Brno, Olomouc and Český Krumlov – there are the four cities you should definitely visit while travelling in the Czech Republic, even though there are Christmas and Advent markets all over the country. The Prague Christmas market is considered to be one of the most beautiful in the world, but the Christmas atmosphere in Moravia is also charming. 

  • Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague Opens Its Collections

    In mid-November, the doors of the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague will open again after three years of reconstruction work. The museum will celebrate the opening with a special exhibition.

    The challenging reconstruction that took three years is complete and the Museum of Decorative Arts is opening its collections again. Thanks to the reconstruction, you can now see many more exhibits from the vast museum collections. The museum will welcome its first visitors on 15th November and admission will be free until 17th November. The museum is located in the Old Town close to the Rudolfinum and the Jewish Quarter. It will be open daily except Mondays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. During 2018, the museum will gradually open up its permanent expositions. 

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