Looking for birthday party ideas for your little princess? Here are 5 simple themes to choose from!
Looking for Birthday party ideas for your son? Here are 5 ways to celebrate!
A bowling party is one of the easiest themes to have and a really quick one to plan out. The best part is that you don’t have to think about theme-specific activities. Bowling takes care of that!!
Does your kid have a creative mind? Or maybe you want him to develop out-of-the-box thinking? Go to the Escape cafe Imaginatorium. Here’s where kids can be creative and have fun at the same time!
A few years back I learned about the competitive world of throwing kids’ birthday parties. From extravaganzas to simple gatherings, each one has its own feel, nuance and personal touches. Birthday parties can also be […]
What can be more exciting than having a wonderful time with the whole family in the fresh air? A Picnic is one of the easiest ways to step out of everyday routine for having fun with children. Once a venue is decided the next most important thing is the food in the picnic basket. To simplify the preparation of your snacks list, here are easy and uncommon recipe ideas to enjoy delicious food.
Tucked away in a warm corner in Korunni, Prague 10, is the bright little coffee shop – Kavarna Maluj. With its colorfully tiled coffee counter, it never fails to attract kids or families who come in here to spend a nice creative afternoon.
If you’re looking for some creative indoor entertainment for kids in winter, try the Koala Cafe at Hostivař, Prague. The facility is complete with a Great labyrinth, Face painting, Children’s corner, Pedal Go-karts, – Slides and toboggans.
Want to spend an active afternoon indoors during winter? Then try the swimming pool at Studio Skokanek, at Dolní Břežany in Prague West. Want to spend an active afternoon indoors during winter? Then try the swimming pool at Studio Skokanek, at Dolní Břežany in Prague West.
Hidden safely two levels underground, in the Stroupežnického street in Smichov is Prague’s very own miniature Railway kingdom. When I first visited, I did’t think it would be interesting. But the hundreds of meters of tiny tracks displaying most parts of Czech Republic including Prague, Central Bohemia, Pilsen, Karlovy Vary and more, definitely did prove me wrong!