Prague is by no doubt one of the most romantic places to visit, especially during Christmas time. The city becomes a Christmas wonderland with markets and gigantic Christmas trees, street artists, mulled wine and cinamon roll stands on literally every corner in the old town and beyond.
Trdelník at the christmas market
But besides strolling along the shopping streets and going from market to market, there is a lot to do in Prague that will add to your Christmas feeling and make your holiday here unforgettable. Continue reading →
The Prague vegetarian scene has become really exciting: fried hermelín and fried eidam are not the only choices in the menus anymore. Instead, there are more and more vegetarian and vegan restaurants popping up, offering various cuisines and forms of culinary indulgence even to those visitors who are more interested in other faces of Prague than the wonderland of ham, sausages and gravy.
Below I’m listing some of the rightly most popular and most interesting veteraian/vegan eateries.
To make your guests really feel home it is important to consider all the tiny details that make for a perfect stay. As we are having a couple of AirBnB listings in beautiful Prague I am happy to share my experience and I am planning to do a couple of articles on exactly those details.