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Be inspired: Tatra Photography holidays

Master your camera, improve your photographic techniques and capture stunning images on one of Tatra Photography's inspirational 2011 workshops.

New Emirates route to Prague is crystal clear

New Emirates route to Prague is crystal clear

Emirates' new Dubai-Prague service, which launches 1st July, presents a "crystal clear" opportunity - quite literally.

Bohemian Rhapsody in the Czech Republic

Bohemian Rhapsody in the Czech Republic

The Czech Republic is not just Prague. Just over an hour to the northeast of Prague is Bohemia, and the Czech Paradise. World Walks are offering a village to village self-guided walking holiday in this frequently overlooked but exceptionally beautiful territory.

Special offers on city breaks from Doncaster airport

With the introduction of new routes from Doncaster Sheffield airport in April, city break specialist, Cities Direct is featuring selected ‘free night’ offers on European city breaks which are linked with these new flights.

Cycle your way through Jersey, Spain or the Czech Republic

The 2010 Cycling Holidays brochure with HF Holidays features the new destinations of Jersey, Spain and the Czech Republic as well as additional itineraries in Italy and Croatia.

Rocco Forte Hotels commemorates Prague’s Velvet Revolution

Rocco Forte Hotels commemorates Prague’s Velvet Revolution

November marks the 20 year anniversary of the famous Velvet Revolution, a series of non-violent uprisings beginning in Prague in November 1989 that saw the end of communism in Czechoslovakia.

White sparkling nights at Four Seasons Hotel Prague

Four Seasons Hotel Prague invites guests to join in the magic this festive season with a series of special dinners and parties for all ages – from a sparkling Velvet Eve New Year’s Party and a Teddy Bear Tea Party for children to fine dining at Allegro restaurant. In addition to special menus, buffets and afternoon tea, the hotel offers a whole range of festive indulgent delights from roasted chestnuts, Giandua hot chocolate, mulled wine and home made nougat served in the lobby from 24 through 26 December 2009.

Try something different this December

For those looking to try something different this Christmas and New Years Eve, take a look at bmibaby’s top recommendations for events taking place in Europe.

Europe’s top Christmas Markets explored

If you find it hard to get into the Christmas spirit, there is nothing better than browsing some of Europe’s most charming Christmas markets. The scent of mulled wine and excited conversation fills the night air and shops are packed to bursting point with traditional wooden toys and decorations.

ebookers offers bargain breaks to Christmas Market hotspots

As the nights get darker and the weather colder, why not take a short break to one of the many Christmas markets held in some of Europe’s most beautiful cities. Whilst Germany has traditionally been the most popular destination for ‘Weihnachtsmärkte’, there are many other European cities offering their own take on the Christmas markets – and some great travel deals to match.

Great Rail Journeys boosts UK programme for 2010

Great Rail Journeys, the tour operator for escorted holidays by rail, has added five new British itineraries for 2010 to bring its choice of UK holidays to ten.

Stay on your bike with Headwater

This autumn grab the opportunity to get up close and personal to your holiday bike. Headwater, offers independent cycling holidays to France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Austria and Britain.

Escape the Euro Zone with Mamaison Hotels

Escape the Euro Zone with Mamaison Hotels

Mamaison Hotels ( has unveiled some great prices this winter to help British visitors fight the credit crunch. From the beautiful city of Prague and the historical city of Budapest to the diverse city of Warsaw, Mamaison Hotels show that it pays to escape the Euro Zone this winter.

The Queen raises interest in Eastern Europe

If it’s good enough for Her Majesty – it’s good enough for us. The Queen, along with the Duke of Edinburgh, has just embarked on a tour of Slovakia and Slovenia, a duo of Republics that frequently cause confusion amongst the untraveled (George Bush famously got the two mixed up), but are becoming increasingly popular destinations with British tourists.

The first L&K public buses in Bohemia

This year the Czech Republic are celebrating the 100th anniversary of public bus services. Two lines, Pardubice-Holice and Pardubice-Bohdane?, were launched in May 1908 and Skoda Auto, or rather Laurin & Klement at that time, provided its HOP omnibuses to the service operator.