Hundred-spired Prague, Prague – the mother of cities, magical Prague. These are just three titles which the capital of the Czech Republic proudly wears. Since the very beginnings of the Czech state, it has been its natural political, business and cultural centre. This historic yet modern city is more than 1,000 years old. It has an extraordinary charm about it which can be sensed in every season. Its status as a UNESCO World Heritage site speaks for its worth.
“Prague is where to go when you want nothing but pleasure. Don’t bother taking pictures of your favorite scenery. It’s all beautiful. Take a stroll down its cobblestone streets and let Prague work its magic on you.”
The most appreciated Czech soups (polévka) are onion (Cibulačká, read “tsibulachka”) and garlic soup (Česneková polévka, read “Chessnekova polevka”), but the speciality for Christmas is the fish soup (Rybí polévka), made out of Carp, the Czech traditional Christmas delicacy. Also very tasty is Goulash Soup (Gulášová polévka), a spicy thick (creamy) soup, served with brown bread.
You will most probably find all sorts of Grilované Klobásy (Grilled Sausages) at food stands on tourist tracks. Not only do they smell irresistible, but they taste addictive as well.
Czech beer is world famous. The Czech Republic is the #1 beer drinking nation on the planet, with an annual per capita consumation of some 156 litres. Beer is served almost everywhere in Prague, even in breakfast cafés! It tastes terrific and its cheap.
The country is sometimes said to have the most beautiful girls in the world. Let us start with the Miss World of 2006, Tatana Kucharova. But there are many other beauties, like Eva Herzigova, Petra Nemcova, Tereza Maxova, Ivana Trump. But beauty is not a privilege of top-models in the Czech Republic; the streets are like catwalks of beautiful women only a discovery away!