I'm not sure if the "about" section should be about the blog or about its author. Well, let's say that in this case it will deal with both.

My name's Wojtek and I live in Poland. A few years back I went to the Czech Republic and I fell for this country and its people immediately. Since that time I've been doing my best to get back there at least once a year. I've already been not only to Prague, Ostrava, Brno, Pardubice or České Budějovice, but also many smaller towns like Třebič, Český Krumlov, or Mělník. What's more, my fascination made me learn the Czech language and I enjoy doing it by watching films, reading magazines or just browsing the internet. The Czech Republic and its culture is my passion and that's why living in Prague in the future is definitely on my "to do" list.

What can you find on this blog? The list of items is quite long and actually there are no limits to it. Roughly, it includes: important and/or interesting news about the Czech Republic, humorous reports, photos I took myself and nice pictures I found on the internet, beautiful videos, captivating music and what not. What's important, I’d like you to feel free to make use of the "submit" button too! I hope you'll enjoy browsing this blog and will be returning here in the future.

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Turn up the volume, switch to fullscreen mode, press play and… enjoy St. Vitus Cathedral from a bird’s eye view

If you happen to be in Poland right now, just get your arse in gear and run to the nearest Lidl! They have an excellent selection of cheap Czech beer in this week’s offer.

If you happen to be in Poland right now, just get your arse in gear and run to the nearest Lidl! They have an excellent selection of cheap Czech beer in this week’s offer.

Prague as seen from the International Space Station

Prague as seen from the International Space Station

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Every Public Transit Stop in Prague - this is the blog that I lacked in my life. Seriously.

Just have a look at this video from Prostějov showing people almost killed by a rock flying from factory demolition. Although, luckily, no one gets hurt, the cameraman seems to be surprisingly cool about it, doesn’t he?

Following a two years’ closure, the metro station Národní třída in the centre of Prague has been opened today. Although the station hasn’t changed much below the ground level, it looks completely different above. The renovation of Národní třída station is related to the construction of a building complex called Quadrio, which should be opened for business by the end of the year.

/ photos: iDnes.cz