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In 2018 a truly anniversary is waiting for us, which is a direct commemoration of big celebrations. The history continues, but the Czechs and Slovaks are still close.

We would like to present you the selection of projects that Royal Prague Travel has realized for its customers in the previous year 2017.

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.

  • 7x Functionalism in Brno

    The most important functionalistic site in Brno is Villa Tugendhat, registered in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

    When Czechoslovakia was founded in 1918, Brno, a city in South Moravia, became the second largest city in the new country and as such its political, economic and cultural ambitions were also reflected in housing development. Thus, Brno became one of the leading centres of functionalism in Central Europe at the beginning of the 20th century.

  • Best Known Trails for Cross-country Skiing Fans

    Snowy landscapes, a white trail, breath-taking views and fresh air… Pack up your cross-country skis and set off to explore the Bohemian and Moravian mountains on the white trail.

    Mountains are a paradise for lovers of cross-country skiing, and this highly popular sport in the Czech Republic can be done almost anywhere. You can look forward to perfect conditions in the mountains and groomed trails, so all you need to do is to put some wax on your skis and follow the white trail. The current serviceability and grooming of the individual tracks can be easily watched on-line. 

  • St. Valentine’s Day in the Czech Republic: Romantic Alleyways, Great Food and the Bridge of Love

    Where to go on St. Valentine’s Day? We have a few tips: go to a restaurant with a Michelin star, or a lookout point with the most beautiful view of the Vltava River.

    St. Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching and the Czech Republic is no doubt one of the best places to celebrate this holiday of love with your significant other. It is entirely up to you if you wish to take a stroll along the romantic alleyways of old Prague, take a selfie with your loved one on Charles Bridge, or go to explore areas outside Prague. 

  • National Gallery Celebrates 222 Years of Existence

    On 5 February 2018, it will be 222 years since the foundation of the National Gallery in Prague. Add the 100th anniversary of the foundation of Czechoslovakia and it is clear that the year 2018 in the National Gallery will be exceptional.

    The programme of the National Gallery in Prague in 2018 will follow two main lines, and it will follow the current successful exhibition programme focusing on modern and contemporary art. If you visit the National Gallery on the weekend of 3 and 4 February, you can see all of the permanent expositions and exhibitions free of charge. Children, young people up to the age of 18 and students up to the age of 26 have free admission throughout the whole school year. 

  • What Events Not to Miss in 2018?

    Enjoy the celebration of the foundation of the Republic, great concerts and atmosphere with movie stars

    Visiting the Czech Republic is a pleasure in any year, but this year will be exceptional. In 2018, the Czech Republic will celebrate 100 years since its foundation! And it is clear that such an event requires pompous celebrations. However, there are also other interesting events taking place in 2018, such as music or film festivals and sports events. We have prepared a list of the best events for you.