Meet Our Team

Sonia Bolcková - Chief Executive Officer & Founder
“Tourism is definitely what I have chosen as my life devotion and those 26 years of being professionally active thought me a lot. Improve, Observe, Connect and Adapt – those are definitely the key words to play within in the long run in hospitality. Humbleness and Respect count for everyday life and I am trying persistently.”
Adam Král - Head Of Sales & Marketing
Markéta Pazderová - Head Of MICE
Shashwat Chitransh - Head Of Business Development

How May We Assist You?

Live View Of Prague

PRAGUE WEATHER
Live From Prague

When To Visit Czech Republic?Winter?Spring?Summer?Autumn?In Any Season Of The Year!!!Winter?Spring?Summer?Autumn?In Any Season Of The Year!!!Winter?Spring?Summer?Autumn?In Any Season Of The Year!!!Winter?Spring?Summer?Autumn?In Any Season Of The Year!!!Winter?Spring?Summer?Autumn?In Any Season Of The Year!!!Winter?Spring?Summer?Autumn?In Any Season Of The Year!!!Winter?Spring?Summer?Autumn?In Any Season Of The Year!!!Winter?Spring?Summer?Autumn?In Any Season Of The Year!!!Winter?Spring?Summer?Autumn?In Any Season Of The Year!!!

Meet Our Team Of DeterminedHard-WorkingPassionateDiligentReliableSkillfulMotivatedAttentiveDynamicEnergeticTrustworthyEnthusiasticOrganizedTravel Professionals

Recent Events in the Czech Republic

  • Czech Glass Rocks!

    Czech crystal, glass, and glassmakers are phenomena both in the Czech Republic and abroad. We’ll tell you all about where to find authentic Czech glass.

    Czech glass and Czech glassmakers are known for their expertise both in their native country and throughout the world. At the same time, glass has become such an inseparable part of our everyday life that we scarcely think about how it is produced and how much effort it takes, not to mention the fact that it is a beautiful combination of art and craft. So, where can you encounter Czech glass and glass products? 

  • Accommodations with Nature and an Old-Time Feel

    Uncover the Czech Republic’s countryside up close and revitalise yourself.

    Summer here and it is a perfect time for trips and spending time outside surrounded by nature. The Czech Republic has more to offer than just Prague, Český Krumlov, and historical fairytale towns.This country in the heart of Europe can also offer also places where time stands still. Places without any mobile phone reception, where you can recharge your energy and eat meals prepared just like Czech great-grandmothers used to, using exclusively locally-produced organic products. Places where your children can try out what it is like to take care of a homestead and learn that eggs and meat do not grow on the shelves in a supermarket. Such places are not just near Prague but also in South Bohemia, Moravia, and elsewhere throughout the country. 

  • In the Footsteps of Bedřich Smetana

    Come discover the most famous Czech composer of the 19th century with us! This year he would celebrate 195th birthday.

    Bedřich Smetana is one of the most world-famous Czech composers.  His music is still played all over the world, from London to Tokyo to Buenos Aires. He was born in 1824 and died 60 years later. This year, we commemorate the 195th anniversary of his birth and 135 years since his death. What kind of life did he live? And what places in the Czech Republic relate to him? 

  • Prague Quadrennial 2019 begins! 11 Days, 79 Countries, 800 Artists, 600 Events

    The 14th edition of the largest international festival of theater and stage design takes place from June 6 to 16, 2019 at Výstaviště Praha (Prague Exhibition Grounds).

    Over the course of eleven days, representatives of 79 countries will present at Prague Quadrennial, with over 800 artists from around the world, and over 600 performances, workshops and lectures. Special guests at this year’s festival include illustrator Olivia Lomenech Gill, Italian opera director and scenographer Stefano Poda, and audiovisual artist Romain Tardy. Three thematic areas of interest are interwoven throughout the entire PQ program: Imagination, Transformation, and Memory.presents three competitive exhibition sections: Exhibition of Countries and Regions, Student Exhibition, and Performance Space Architecture Exhibition. There will also be performative projects in public spaces – Formations and Site Specific Performance Festival. Fragments presents iconic objects and artifacts. The 36Q° audiovisual project will take over the Malá sportovní hala (Small Sports Hall). Studio PQ showcases the work of emerging young artists. PQ Talks features lectures and discussions with the stars of world theatre and scenography. There will also be the PQ Youth and Family program. The gala opening will take place on June 5 at Výstaviště Praha (Prague Exhibition Grounds).

  • Tips for Wine Lovers

    Do you know where to go in the Czech Republic to enjoy wine? Here are 7 tips that will help you enjoy a holiday in the Czech Republic with a bit of spark!

    Even though the Czech Republic lies at latitudes where not everyone expects to see vast vineyards, there are indeed high-quality vineyards, each with their own unique terroir, and cellars where wines have matured for more than 500 years. Grapes are grown in the warmest parts of the country, usually in South Moravia, where the river meanders and the undulating countryside create a specific climate valued by the local winegrowers. Recently, Moravian white wines have made their way to some of the best Michelin restaurants in the world. We recommend giving it a try! But where should you go to do so?