Tips for Christmas Trips in the Czech Republic

The month before Christmas is full of unusual tours, markets and the true Christmas atmosphere.

The Benedictines in the Heart of Europe Exhibition

The National Gallery in the Wallenstein Riding School has prepared an exhibition “Open the Gate of Paradise: The Benedictines in the Heart of Europe, 800–1300″. More than 250 architectural and sculptural exhibits are gathered
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Closing Gala Concert for the Year of Czech Music 2014

The Closing Gala Concert for the Year of Czech Music 2014 at O2 Arena in Prague is one of the biggest and most important projects organized by the Association of Music Festivals in the Czech Republic and the Association of Symphony Orchestras
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Advent & Christmas Český Krumlov

In Český Krumlov you can enjoy the picturesque streets, traditional Czech Advent market with lots of scented good things to eat, Christmas concerts, and a live nativity scene. The magic of the city during Advent is clear from the program
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Brno Christmas

Christmas markets, which evoke the true spirit of Christmas on the streets of Brno, can be found in several locations. In addition to the Christmas tree, Freedom Square will also have a carved nativity scene made by Jiří Halouzek
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Christmas markets Olomouc

You can enjoy different types of punch, mulled wine, and other hot drinks at every Christmas market, but hardly so many as you will find in Olomouc, where punch and Nuremberg wine have become a Christmas favorite. Whoever comes to the Olomouc
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Prague Christmas markets

The Christmas markets in Prague are among the best known in Europe. Old Town and Havel Square in Old Town, Wenceslas Square and Republic Square, Peace Square and the Holešovice Exhibition Grounds – these are the places where Prague celebrates
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New Year’s Eve Kouty nad Desnou

The Kouty ski resort is located in the Jeseníky Mountains, near the village of Loučná nad Desnou. It offers the first six-seat chairlift in the Czech Republic, for you to enjoy a new, 3050 meter-long blue slope.
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New Year’s Eve: from exuberant enjoyment to New Year’s fireworks

Parties in towns and mountain huts cannot do without sandwiches and champagne. If you plan to say goodbye to the old year in the maelstrom of the city, head to the Czech capital. The Municipal House has prepared a special New Year’s Eve
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Experience your Christmas Story in the Czech Republic

Christmas and the coming of New Year are a time of traditions, good food, family atmosphere and entertainment in the Czech Republic. Preparations begin in the period of Advent, four weeks before the festive day when towns will be adorned
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Treat Yourself to Winter Fun in the Czech Mountains

Your winter holiday will be even more comfortable and safer in the Czech mountains this season. Ski resorts have built new ski slopes, cableways as well as multifunction centers and also invested in artificial snow
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For more information visit www.czechtourism.com

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