According to Prague.eu, the official Prague tourism site, these are the best places to watch tonight’s (January 1st, 2015’s) New Year Fireworks (Novoroční ohňostroj):
- bridges (Most Legií, Čechův most, Mánesův most, Charles Bridge)
- embankments (Smetanovo nábřeží, Dvořákovo nábřeží)
- Petřín hill
- Letenské sady park (Letná)
- the slope in Riegrovy sady park
The fireworks themselves will be launched from Letenské sady (Letná) from 6pm.
The show is expected to last 10 minutes and 15 seconds.
Tastes like watered-down victory
Looking to lose weight after Christmas? Maybe it’s time to switch to Svijany Fitness, a low-sugar, low-alcohol Czech beer apparently aimed at athletes.
Hats off to the Arkády Pankrác mall for this daring assault on the tyranny of consumerism, proudly displayed on their English-language homepage.
Or maybe it’s just a bad translation of “Ve společnosti módy” (“In the company of fashion”).
“For many of us it will be the first time. Don’t be shy about giving us a chance.”
As the dust settles on the Czech Republic’s 2014 Senate and local council elections, PraguePig.com looks back at some of the campaign’s strangest ads.
Because it had to be done, here’s PraguePig.com’s 10 favourite Czech family names that look or sound a bit rude in English.
Please mail my Pulitzer to the usual address.
Introducing Pneu Praha’s unexpectedly anatomically correct mascot… PraguePig.com’s advice? Don’t ask for a pump.
Like sausages? Like sexy laydeez? Then you’ll love striptýzky!
Introducing an exciting new feature in which PraguePig.com robs off with another publication’s “best of” list — beginning with Top restaurace 2014, Euro magazine’s ranking of the 100 best restaurants in the Czech Republic.
PraguePig.com is confused. Does the beaver represent the gynaecology clinic, the dental department (zubní oddělení), or both?
Phew, what a scorcher!
According to their official websites, the following outdoor swimming pools are open in Prague this weekend (June 7th-8th, 2014):
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