Brno city guide

Brno city guide
You’d think that Brno is some fancy abbreviation, like for “Best Refrigerated Nut Oatmeal”. Sounds delicious, but it’s not an abbreviation. That tongue-twisting name belongs to Prague’s main rival, although not a real competitor for the crown of Czechia’s main tourism destination. Some people say that Brno is boring. I think it just caters to a different audience. I’d say it’s more of a school trip city. A compact area you can explore in a day of intense sightseeing. Everyone says that Villa Tugendhat is something everyone should see. This place is where the break-up of Czechoslovakia was finalized. The villa is nice, the garden is blissful, but it’s still just a house. Doesn’t strike me as Brno’s top landmark that it’s being advertised as. I’m sure it holds a spe...
Brno city guide

Prague city guide

Prague city guide
Prague is a truly magical city. It is not for nothing that it is called the Golden City (Zlaté Město in Czech). Praha - as the Czech say - is especially enchanting in the mornings when the milky fog envelops it like a white blanket and tourists are yet to wake up and swarm the streets. There is the Prague of Kafka and Havel with rebellious and provocative art and a passion for puppets, there is the traditional Prague with an overwhelming number of medieval and other historical landmarks like the castle, there is the Jewish Prague with its ghetto, beautiful synagogues and cemetery, and last but not least there is the never sleeping modern Prague offering a vibrant nightlife with an overwhelming number of cosy beer cafes, famous jazz clubs and sleek nightclubs. Even if you are the off-the-...
Prague city guide
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