The other day I had the pleasure of enjoying excellent, genuine Moravian slivovice at a Prague café. If you like slivovice or would like to know what the traditional Moravian plum brandy tastes like when it’s top notch, try Slivovica Žufánek. You can find it at many Prague restaurants and bars. The plum brandy and other products such as pear brandy, walnut liquor or mead are made by the Žufánek family in Southern Moravia.
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Stumbled across your blog while researching Prague and Cesky Krumlov. Its great. My boyfriend and I will be visiting for 11 days during Xmas and NY and I’m wondering if you have any suggestions of what to do and where to have xmas dinner?We’ll be in Cesky Krumlov for NY.I’m also a freelance writer so I’ll probably do a piece on my trip there.
My boyfriend is also from California and it will be the first time we see each other in something like 210 days.Can’t wait and want the holiday to be spectacular so any advice is most welcome (=
Have a nice evening,
Thanks for your comments. I am glad you like the blog.
I unfortunately do not have any tips for good places to have Christmas dinner as I always have my Christmas dinner at home. 🙂 I recommend you post your question on our message boards at myczechrepublic.com/boards/ where you may get some suggestions from people who have visited Prague at Christmas time.
As far as what to do in Prague, what exactly do you have in mind? There is plenty to do in Prague – sightseeing, museums and galleries, concerts and operas, restaurants, nightlife… You can get some ideas in our Prague Guide at myczechrepublic.com/prague/. Also, take a look at our Prague Christmas section at myczechrepublic.com/prague/prague-christmas.html.
I hope you have a great time in the Czech Republic! You picked two very beautiful places to visit.