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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.
There is beer everywhere in the Czech Republic. We'll teach you all about it!Fermented grain beverages can be considered the direct ancestors of beer – they are as old as humanity itself. However, over the past centuries we have discovered how to create a deliciously bitter golden beverage with a perfect frothy head. Did you know that the roots of pilsner-type beer come from the Czech lands, from the city of Plzeň? This alone makes the Czech Republic worth visiting! And, what's more, beer often costs the same as water in restaurants and pubs… Na zdraví!
Learning has never been so much fun!Museums and expositions are sometimes interesting, but after a while one gets tired from walking along glass displays full of immobile exhibits. We will give you several tips where neither you, nor your children will get bored. A little bit of live history, science and special effects have never hurt anyone!
Travel that allows future generations to travel as wellThe UN has declared 2017 to be the International Year of Sustainable Tourism. It means that this year, the whole world will come together to support and promote tourism that will ensure that our world will still be here for future generations in the best shape possible. The goal for this year is to show that tourism can also contribute to ensuring that society and nature continues to develop in the right direction.
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.
Everyone gets hungry on a trip. What can you do about it?Czech cuisine is not well known in the world. And if someone knows what it’s like, they often say it is heavy and stodgy. However, we will tell you where to get food prepared with love, in the lighter version according to the modern trends, and further made from regional ingredients. Even goulash can be prepared in a way that will turn it into a gourmet pleasure!