Monthly Archives: January 2008


The Prague Post For six days, revelry rules in Prague “No one can really tell who you are under the mask. You can afford to do things, of course within the bounds of propriety, you would not normally do.” So says Katerina Matásková, Bohemian Carnevale’s director of communications and marketing, and she’s absolutely right. Carnevale… Read more »

Prague’s transitional education

The Prague Post Local publication putting focus on journalism training Transitions Online is an issues-based Web publication focusing on Central and Eastern Europe. It’s probably not the first place you’d think of when it comes to continuing education, but staff here has been training journalists throughout the region and farther afield for nearly a decade… Read more »


The Prague Post In north Bohemia, one of Europe’s toughest dog sled races Gentleman, start your dogs! Well, maybe that’s not how this competition will begin. But there’s going to be some exciting racing next week in the Orlické Mountains near Deštné, as the 12th annual Šediváckuv Long dog sled race offers thrills for mushers… Read more »

Rocco Forte heading to Prague

The Prague Post Top-end hotel chain’s extensive Malá Strana spread to open in April “I have no doubt this will be one of the finest hotels in one of the prettiest cities in the world.” A bold statement from a bold developer. Thomas Smit is president of Waldeck Capital, the developer charged with creating the… Read more »

Authentic design

The Prague Post Crowne Plaza Prague Castle uses surroundings for an unforgettable experience From a 16th-century monastery building to a communist-era gas station to a luxury hotel, the Crowne Plaza Prague Castle has certainly seen some changes over the years. Located next to Strahov Monastery, up above Prague Castle, the hotel boasts beautiful views and… Read more »