Links to related sites
Alphonse Mucha is perhaps the most famous Czech painter. Visit the web site of the Mucha Museum in Prague to see examples of Mucha's Art Nouveau works and learn more about him. If you are lucky enough to be in Prague I recommend you visit this relatively newly established museum for a fascinating insight into Mucha. The museum houses a large display of his works and runs an informative video on the painter (which screens continuously in numerous languages).
The Prague Post Online is the online version of the weekly English language newspaper in Prague. Not only does this site report on all the latest news from Prague and the Czech Republic but it also runs a classifieds section (for jobs, real estate etc) as well as a restaurant review section.
The Little Czech Primer is both a charming and useful site which you should visit to develop your basic Czech vocab.
Bohemica holds a lot of useful information about the Czech Language and culture. There are listings for Czech Language teachers and some on-line exercises at a beginner level too.
Need an on-line English -> Czech dictionary? Click here! "Slovník" means dictionary in Czech.
Check out Local Lingo's pages, their lessons in Czech are a good place for beginners to start.
My Czech Republic is a comprehensive site with loads of information for those intending to visit the Czech Republic or just want to know more about the country and its inhabitants. On offer is a large Prague guide with original articles and sightseeing tours, practical travel information and tips, personable columns, news, trivia, photos, message boards, the list goes on!
AllPraha is a website all about Prague! Check it out for loads of relevant information on what's happening in the most beautiful city in the world. And, if you have been to Prague recently, add a review, to the AllPraha database and let others benefit from your experiences.
The Prague Bed & Breakfast Company has a listing of reasonably priced rooms in pensions or studio apartments in Prague. Check out their last minute hotel specials.
Tom's Travel is a travel agency based in Prague. Check out this web site for excellent tourist information along with a great on-line database of accommodation.
Go to Timeout's Prague Pages to get the latest on what's happening in Prague. The site includes a list of recommended accommodation choices for all budgets.
Check out the Lonely Planet's web pages on the Czech Republic for all sorts of info.
Check out the In Your Pocket guide to the Czech Republic. The index includes links to on-line Czech dictionaries, tourist information and statistics on the country.
Try this site for current train timetables in the Czech Republic. "Vlak" means train in Czech!
Seznam Mapy is an on-line street directory for Prague (and other major cities in the Czech Republic).
Prague TV is a fun English language site geared towards ex-pats living in Prague. There's lots of reviews (eg restaurant, bar, beer & cafe) as well as bulletin board which those planning to visit Prague should find very useful.
Expats.Cz is another site geared towards ex-pats living in Prague. Its a Bulletin Board (BBS) where you can post those pressing questions facing ex-pats (or those considering becoming ex-pats) and have them answered by those in the know.
Prague 2001 is a comprehensive site run by a Prague local. It contains loads of essential information for the tourist.
The Czech Republic FAQ is a long running and frequently updated FAQ site.
The Lavka Complex on the River Vltava has a camera focused on the Charles Bridge. This definitely has to be one of the most picturesque views on the web!
Camera pointed towards the Old Town Square.
Web camera focused on the Prague Castle.
Prazske Noviny (Prague Newspaper) web cam. The camera is situated on the roof of their offices, and pointed at the Prague Castle. Scroll down the page to see particularly memorable shots and their web cam set up.