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New czech airlines meals options

New czech airlines meals options


zech airlines meals options for business and economy class passengers are set to change on 1 June with a new range of inflight meal options gracing the skies. The airline has just announced a new collaboration with chefs from the Zátiší Group who own a chain of restaurants and a catering company in Prague. Economy class passengers flying from […]

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36 Hours in Prague

Prague has become one of the most visited cities in Europe for good reason: remarkable architecture, rich history and excellent drinking and eating options. Once thought of as slightly behind the times, the Czech capital is also experiencing a renewed interest in design and fashion, with dozens of new shops. Happily, many of the best new boutiques, restaurants and pubs are either outside or on the edge of the heavily touristed city center. Thanks to Prague’s excellent public transportation, you can whiz from new attractions in the once-ignored neighborhood of Smichov, south of the guidebook sites in the Mala Strana district, out to the residential but party-friendly areas of Vinohrady and Zizkov east of Old Town. Even in more central areas, catching up on Prague’s cutting edge usually means avoiding crowds.


36 Hours in Prague

Prague has become one of the most visited cities in Europe for good reason: remarkable architecture, rich history and excellent drinking and eating options. Once thought of as slightly behind the times, the Czech capital is also experiencing a renewed interest in design and fashion, with dozens of new shops. Happily, many of the best new boutiques, restaurants and pubs are either outside or on the edge of the heavily touristed city center. Thanks to Prague’s excellent public transportation, you can whiz from new attractions in the once-ignored neighborhood of Smichov, south of the guidebook sites in the Mala Strana district, out to the residential but party-friendly areas of Vinohrady and Zizkov east of Old Town. Even in more central areas, catching up on Prague’s cutting edge usually means avoiding crowds.


36 Hours in Prague

Prague has become one of the most visited cities in Europe for good reason: remarkable architecture, rich history and excellent drinking and eating options. Once thought of as slightly behind the times, the Czech capital is also experiencing a renewed interest in design and fashion, with dozens of new shops. Happily, many of the best new boutiques, restaurants and pubs are either outside or on the edge of the heavily touristed city center. Thanks to Prague’s excellent public transportation, you can whiz from new attractions in the once-ignored neighborhood of Smichov, south of the guidebook sites in the Mala Strana district, out to the residential but party-friendly areas of Vinohrady and Zizkov east of Old Town. Even in more central areas, catching up on Prague’s cutting edge usually means avoiding crowds.


36 Hours in Prague

Prague has become one of the most visited cities in Europe for good reason: remarkable architecture, rich history and excellent drinking and eating options. Once thought of as slightly behind the times, the Czech capital is also experiencing a renewed interest in design and fashion, with dozens of new shops. Happily, many of the best new boutiques, restaurants and pubs are either outside or on the edge of the heavily touristed city center. Thanks to Prague’s excellent public transportation, you can whiz from new attractions in the once-ignored neighborhood of Smichov, south of the guidebook sites in the Mala Strana district, out to the residential but party-friendly areas of Vinohrady and Zizkov east of Old Town. Even in more central areas, catching up on Prague’s cutting edge usually means avoiding crowds.


36 Hours in Prague

Prague has become one of the most visited cities in Europe for good reason: remarkable architecture, rich history and excellent drinking and eating options. Once thought of as slightly behind the times, the Czech capital is also experiencing a renewed interest in design and fashion, with dozens of new shops. Happily, many of the best new boutiques, restaurants and pubs are either outside or on the edge of the heavily touristed city center. Thanks to Prague’s excellent public transportation, you can whiz from new attractions in the once-ignored neighborhood of Smichov, south of the guidebook sites in the Mala Strana district, out to the residential but party-friendly areas of Vinohrady and Zizkov east of Old Town. Even in more central areas, catching up on Prague’s cutting edge usually means avoiding crowds.


36 Hours in Prague

Prague has become one of the most visited cities in Europe for good reason: remarkable architecture, rich history and excellent drinking and eating options. Once thought of as slightly behind the times, the Czech capital is also experiencing a renewed interest in design and fashion, with dozens of new shops. Happily, many of the best new boutiques, restaurants and pubs are either outside or on the edge of the heavily touristed city center. Thanks to Prague’s excellent public transportation, you can whiz from new attractions in the once-ignored neighborhood of Smichov, south of the guidebook sites in the Mala Strana district, out to the residential but party-friendly areas of Vinohrady and Zizkov east of Old Town. Even in more central areas, catching up on Prague’s cutting edge usually means avoiding crowds.


36 Hours in Prague

Prague has become one of the most visited cities in Europe for good reason: remarkable architecture, rich history and excellent drinking and eating options. Once thought of as slightly behind the times, the Czech capital is also experiencing a renewed interest in design and fashion, with dozens of new shops. Happily, many of the best new boutiques, restaurants and pubs are either outside or on the edge of the heavily touristed city center. Thanks to Prague’s excellent public transportation, you can whiz from new attractions in the once-ignored neighborhood of Smichov, south of the guidebook sites in the Mala Strana district, out to the residential but party-friendly areas of Vinohrady and Zizkov east of Old Town. Even in more central areas, catching up on Prague’s cutting edge usually means avoiding crowds.


36 Hours in Prague

Prague has become one of the most visited cities in Europe for good reason: remarkable architecture, rich history and excellent drinking and eating options. Once thought of as slightly behind the times, the Czech capital is also experiencing a renewed interest in design and fashion, with dozens of new shops. Happily, many of the best new boutiques, restaurants and pubs are either outside or on the edge of the heavily touristed city center. Thanks to Prague’s excellent public transportation, you can whiz from new attractions in the once-ignored neighborhood of Smichov, south of the guidebook sites in the Mala Strana district, out to the residential but party-friendly areas of Vinohrady and Zizkov east of Old Town. Even in more central areas, catching up on Prague’s cutting edge usually means avoiding crowds.


36 Hours in Prague

Prague has become one of the most visited cities in Europe for good reason: remarkable architecture, rich history and excellent drinking and eating options. Once thought of as slightly behind the times, the Czech capital is also experiencing a renewed interest in design and fashion, with dozens of new shops. Happily, many of the best new boutiques, restaurants and pubs are either outside or on the edge of the heavily touristed city center. Thanks to Prague’s excellent public transportation, you can whiz from new attractions in the once-ignored neighborhood of Smichov, south of the guidebook sites in the Mala Strana district, out to the residential but party-friendly areas of Vinohrady and Zizkov east of Old Town. Even in more central areas, catching up on Prague’s cutting edge usually means avoiding crowds.


36 Hours in Prague

Prague has become one of the most visited cities in Europe for good reason: remarkable architecture, rich history and excellent drinking and eating options. Once thought of as slightly behind the times, the Czech capital is also experiencing a renewed interest in design and fashion, with dozens of new shops. Happily, many of the best new boutiques, restaurants and pubs are either outside or on the edge of the heavily touristed city center. Thanks to Prague’s excellent public transportation, you can whiz from new attractions in the once-ignored neighborhood of Smichov, south of the guidebook sites in the Mala Strana district, out to the residential but party-friendly areas of Vinohrady and Zizkov east of Old Town. Even in more central areas, catching up on Prague’s cutting edge usually means avoiding crowds.