Operation of technical games and betting games in a casino on the basis of a permit issued pursuant to Act No 202/1990 on lotteries and similar games after 1 January 2018. It is generally known that the Gambling Act, effective from January 1, 2017, introduces new obligations to operators operating technical gaming devices and live gaming under the Old Regulation with effect from 1.1.2018. Due to the fact that many operators undoubtedly take advantage of the validity of the licenses issued pursuant to Act No. 202/1990 Coll. even after January 1, 2018, it is appropriate to make a brief summary of the obligations that will apply to the operation of “gambling” of permitted gambling games after that date.
EROTIC FAIR 2017: Erotic Fair Changes Concept, New Fashion Trends. Women will come to their own!
The EROFEST International Erotic Fair is changing its concept and this year has prepared something for everyone. While men appreciate especially the show of beauty in Miss Erotika or the autographs of actresses, women can look forward to sexy underwear, beautiful and soaked by gentlemen, or tantra oasis. The Erotic Fair comes with a new concept and opens literally to anyone who has ever loved, looking for diversification and longing for new knowledge.
The program, which was organized by the organizers in just two days, on the 17th and 18th of November 2017, gives a real choice to everyone. “We focused on individuals, young and older couples who want to know the news from the world of eroticism. For the first time, the trade fair will not only be about eroticism, but also about fashion trends in the market for erotic aids. “Visitors will be able to see new trends in underwear or in costumes. Whirlpools, nutritional supplements and aphrodisiacs and sexual aids will also be seen.
Uninspiring shops and empty shelves belong to the past. Shopping has become a favorite pastime of all Czech people. It is a culture that is nourished. The generous shopping hours, from 09.00 – 21.00 make shopping an almost round-the-clock pleasure. If you are really desperate at 2 am, Tesco near Zlicin metro station and Tesco in Letnany Shopping Center are open 24/7. Prague shopping malls are hidden in age-old passages and arcades in the Old Town and New Town. They brim with fashionable boutiques, wine shops, art shops and a plethora of cafes. You will find modern multi-storey shopping malls away from the center in the Vinohrady district and at the end of metro lines.
There are 5 big hills in Prague which open amazing views on the city. These are: Letna, Prague Castle, Petrin hill, Vesehrad and Vitkov. All of them are among top 10 must see places of the Czech capital, therefore I strongly recommend you including them into your bucket list of attractions to see in Prague.
Living in Europe has many perks, but the one that still makes living here seem like a dream, even after eight years, is the fact that other European destinations are so close that you can jump right over for any old reason… like, let’s say, to try out some pastry. There are many great pastry destinations in Europe, and I live in one of them (Paris). But sometimes you just need to deviate from macarons and croissants — and sometimes, it’s the most unlikely destinations that offer the tastiest treats. I was recently in Prague — which may be better known for its bridge, its clock and its beer — but it’s just as tasty a destination for pastry lovers.
The capital of the Czech Republic, Prague is a real hub of culture and history, and is often ranked amongst the top 10 most beautiful cities in the world. In terms of its café scene though, not many people know just how many beautiful little coffee shops are scattered across the city, offering excellent espresso (and some delicious Czech beer) along with tasty pancakes and cakes. Here’s our 10 favorites.
I love big cities. I love the excitement. I love that there is always something new going on or some strange place to explore. But that being said, it can be overwhelming. When I lived in my communist-era flat in the outskirts of Prague, there were days when I simply craved nature, quiet, trees and a hike without concrete beneath my feet. During my year in Prague I discovered the many green spaces in the city. Here is my list of the top ten green spaces in Prague.
Thanks to its Christmas markets and cosy cellar bars, Prague has cemented its status as a favourite cold weather clime. But if you’re already planning your return trip, note that the start of spring is also an ideal time to visit the Czech capital. Suddenly, public parks are abuzz with picnicking locals, trees break into blossom and the city’s calendar fills with festivals. Whether you’re seeking contemporary dance at Tanec Praha or classical music at the Prague Proms, high gastronomy at the Prague Food Festival or frothy pilsner by the litre at the Czech Beer Festival, these 10 Prague festivals cater to all tastes.
On Tuesday night, smokers in pubs and restaurants around the Czech Republic enjoyed their very last cigarette. On May 31, observed around the world as anti-tobacco day, tough anti-smoking legislation which took years to push through finally came into effect, banning smoking in bars and restaurants as well as public places such as theatres and cinemas. So what do Czech pub owners think of the new legislation?
A smoking ban in Czech bars, restaurants and cafes took effect Wednesday, putting to an end the Czech Republic’s status as one of the last havens for tobacco smokers in Europe.
The ban, which applies inside bars and restaurants as well as to public places like cinemas, theaters and sports stadiums, was approved by Parliament after years of heated debate and signed by President Milos Zeman, a chain smoker.