Note: Although the state of emergency is officially over Oko! would like to remind everyone that certain safety measures and obligations are still in place to avoid the further spread of the Covid-19 disease. Spotlight at SWIM – May 22 Dance evening dedicated to all music lovers, which will take place on Friday, May […]
If you’re looking for a serene escape to your every day 9 to 5 job, consider exploring the hidden treasure of the Bohemian Paradise in the Czech Republic. This historic yet alluring haven has been visited since the beginning of the nineteenth century. Visitors and tourists from Prague often take a day or a weekend […]
The Czech Republic’s Hidden Natural Wonder The Javoříčko caves are situated under Špraněk Hill, in the picturesque landscape near the villages of Javoříčko and Březina. The site is a complicated complex of huge chambers, passages, abysses, and joints at several levels. The Svěcená díra (Holy Hole) section and the Zátvořice Abyss have been known for […]
Starting on the 23 of April from 10 am to 8 pm a study to determine the level of collective immunity in the Czech population against the disease caused by covid-19 will be organised. Testing centers will be set up in multiple locations throughout the country, in Prague, Brno, and its surroundings, Olomouc its surroundings […]
Oko! is happy to introduce the first edition of our new look magazine.
The latest issue is packed full of incredible articles including our community piece on the unique Czech-Vietnamese relationship, Prague’s bustling hip-hop scene and plenty of original interviews featuring artists, musicians and community leaders in the Czech Republic.
Due to the current coronavirus situation, Oko! has decided not to print this edition but you can read all these fresh and exciting articles and more online now.
And the best part…it’s completely free!
Given the Czech Republic’s legendary beer consumption, wine-growing regions, and bathtubs full of Slivovice, you’d be forgiven for thinking that cider hasn’t enjoyed much popularity here. Sure, people in Central Europe drink significantly less of it than their British counterparts, but cider has gained popularity over the last few years. Kingswood is widely sold in […]
CANZA Promoting the Interests and Cultures of Australia and New Zealand in the Czech Republic In the summer of 2005, Australians Steve Rees and Richard York, along with New Zealander Len Edney, got together over a few beers and floated the idea of an association for expatriate Aussies and Kiwis living in the Czech […]
This year Las Adelitas, the home of Mexican cuisine in Prague, will celebrate their tenth anniversary, having opened their first restaurant on the cosmopolitan Americká Street in October 2009. Since then, they have continued to expand across the city, establishing a further three restaurants, with their latest venture located on Petrská, in the bustling area […]
The Green Life Project Indonesian rainforests are some of the most biodiverse and ecologically important habitats on earth. Rich in stunning vistas and beautiful nature, the nation’s green spaces including those in Sumatra are home to thousands of species such as tigers, elephants, rhinoceros, and orangutans. Today, the Sumatran forests and the iconic wildlife that […]