What does actually mean “Old Czech Hladinka” (“Flat Head Beer”)? First, pour a small amount of foam into the glass by turning the tap on slowly, then open the tap for maximum flow and let the beer run onto the glass wall, creating the so-called “beer glass pole”, which is beer without turbulence, completely transparent. […]read more
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Švejk restaurant is purely a Czech restaurant chain, whose characteristics is reflected in several major features which connect its establishments across the country. Each restaurant features original and authentic accessories which were a part of the prewar inns. The basis of our philosophy is to present the best of Bohemia. Not only are you guaranteed to find traditional pilsner lager in our restaurant, but also other kinds of beers from Plzenske pivovary Ltd. All our restaurants very closely watch the quality of draft and keg beer and hold a certification of beer of the highest quality. One of the core ideas of the chain is modern Czech cuisine, which represents the classic in bringing the latest technology complemented by seasonal cooking themed series, such as game, pork or beef feast, and last but not least, St. Martin’s goose. The overall dining experience is supported by the presence of traditional Czech porcelain, cutlery and high quality Czech-made glassware. The atmosphere of the restaurant is enhanced by traditional Czech folk music and period clothing of the waiting staff. Bar staff wear a “Svejk’s cap”, a white shirt, gray trousers and braces. Female staff wear a red skirt and a white blouse. One […]
28. ŘÍJNA 378/15, 110 00 PRAGUE
Švejk restaurant „Prague INN“
First class and traditionaly draft beer. The best beer in Prague! First class and traditionally draft beer is drawn on three storeys and each of these premises will captivate its guests with traditional czech cuisine as well as cosy atmosphere. And these are the reasons why people like coming here – excellent Pilsen beer drawn in a traditional manner, genuine Czech cuisine, home and unique atmosphere. Could Jakub Pinkas have anticipated, in 1843 that he was going to establish the most famous old Czech “pub” with the most renowned beer – a place where the history of the Czech nation will be formed? As the River Vltava and Prague Castle are inherent parts of Prague, the genuine czech love for good beer and cozy pubs can be considered the cyech national heritage. Just a few steps from Wenceslas Square, you can find a typical Czech restaurant called U Pinkasu, where Pilsner Urquell was the first beer being drawn in Praguee as early as in 1843. First class and traditionally draft beer is drawn on three storeys and each of these premises will captivate its guests with traditional czech cuisine as well as cosy atmosphere. And this is the reason why […]
Jungmannovo nám. 15/16, Praha
EASTAIL is something which must have! Unique collection of shirts made with 100% organic cotton. That is elegant and relaxed at the same time. You can wear it relax, just so cool. And be ECO friendly! Buy on EASTAIL 🙂 We use eco friendly print company. Our print company is one of the few certified ecological printers in Europe. Few people know that the textile industry has major environmental and social impacts. We realize this and want to change it. So we’ve adapted our production to comply with strict international GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certification. We are the only Czech printing company (and one of the few in Europe) to be certified for ecological screen printing. Certificated inks We print using certificated inks that cover and hold just as well as ordinary ones, but do not damage the environment. Recycle all materials We do not release any damaging waste into the sewers and responsibly recycle all materials used.
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The Prague Zoo is located near the center of Prague. It was opened in 1931 and during its more than 80 years of existence it has become one of the most prestigious zoos in the world. Today, after the Prague Castle, it is the second most visited tourist destination in the Czech Republic. There are 4,600 animals belonging to 680 species in the Prague Zoo. On 58 hectares you can walk through 12 unique pavilions and over 150 expositions. The children will be delighted by the Bororo Reservation, the Obora Observation Tower, the cable car, the tram, the train, the paddling pool and the Children’s Zoo. The pride of the Prague Zoo is the Elephant Valley, where visitors can watch a large herd of Indian elephants. Exceptional is also the Velemlokárium, which can be seen the largest amphibians of the world – critically endangered Chinese salamanders – and the attention is home to the African House with an adjacent large meadow inhabited by antelope and giraffe herds. Prague Zoo offers other places of interest. Among them, for example, the Gorilla Pavilion with the only breeding group of gorillas in the Czech Republic, Čambal representing one of the most endangered crocodiles […]
U Trojského zámku 3/120, Praha
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