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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.
Is it time to rewrite the textbooks?Those who don’t use emoticons or smilies today in communication seem as if they don’t live. Their authorship has been deemed for a long time to belong to the renowned US designer Harvey Ball, who used them in an advertising campaign for a US insurance company in 1963. Historians from Brno have made a surprising discovery though. The smiley is much older and originates from the territory of what is today the Czech Republic!
The prestigious guide to the best gastronomy presented awards in the Czech Republic once more this yearThe Michelin Guide has made public prestigious awards to the best restaurants for 2017. Of Czech restaurants, all the three Prague restaurants: Alcron, La Degustation Bohême Bourgeoise and Field have defended successfully their Michelin stars. Seven more Czech restaurants have been given a Bib Gourmand award, which is intended for exceptional restaurants where you can have a meal at a reasonable price.
Climb up and enjoy the best views of PraguePrague is said to be the city of a hundred spires. To see that with your own eyes, you need to visit one of the many scenic lookouts or climb one of the hundreds of spires. This claim can only be checked from high above. Here are a few tips of the best views of Prague.
Let’s look under the lid of typical Czech dishes that some love and others hate.You can order Czech modern cuisine in many restaurants and bistros when visiting the Czech Republic. You can get traditional dishes without litres of fatty cream and lard, with vegetables and lean meat. The Michelin guide pays attention to such restaurants and recognises them. Let’s take a tour of the most controversial food you can find in the Czech Republic?
The spring holiday is knocking on the door. Be inspired by Easter celebrations in the Czech Republic!This year, the largest Christian festival will take place from 14-17 April. Easter celebrations reach back far into the past. They are based on the Jewish Pesach (or Passover). Christians celebrate the resurrection of Christ. Pagans used to have a similar festival as they celebrated the return of the spring at that time. Their festival was accompanied by a large amount of customs and rituals that have been preserved with minor changes. Therefore, a traditional Czech Easter is a mix of Christian and pagan customs.