Krug has always lived up to its reputation as the first and still unique House of Champagne, producing only prestigious Champagnes every year since its foundation. This Champagne House was founded in Reims in 1843 by Joseph Krug, a non-conformist visionary with an uncompromising philosophy. He understood that the real essence of Champagne is pleasure and his dream was to offer the best Champagne year after year, regardless of the interannual weather fluctuations. It is now already the sixth generation of the Krug family which nurtures this dream, enhancing the founder’s vision and savoir-faire.
Ardbeg. A name that will not leave any whiskey lover around the globe indifferent. It comes from the Icelandic island of Islay and the wild nature of the local environment is evident in every drop. As early as 1887, Ardbeg Distillery produced a million litres of its unique malt whiskey, which has since gained an unbeatable reputation worldwide, along with many prestigious awards. And this year was especially successful for this distinctive whiskey!
Mcely Chateau will soon be romantically covered in leaves and guests will delight in the beautiful scenery of changing Nature during the last warm rays of the sun. In addition, there are new experiences to be enjoyed in the Autumn calendar of events. The following are some tips for you:
The well-known tradition of placing fish scales under the plates at Christmas dinner is slowly being forgotten. But you will definitely remember it when visiting the famous “Šupina and Šupinka” fish restaurants and their attractive apartments in Třeboň. Following the example of the Christmas tradition, a cosy environment and an abundance of great experiences await guests throughout the year.
One can travel in different ways. You can drive through individual countries, fly over them in your imagination, read travel books about them and, among other options, try your palate as a “means of transport”. It sounds almost unbelievable, but just such travel and culinary experiences await diners in La Veranda restaurant in Eliška Krásnohorská Street. Let yourself be pampered by the diverse flavours of an enterprise that is a leader in its field!
Mariánské Lázně is famous for its healing springs as well as for its calming atmosphere and beautiful surroundings. And also for its excellent hotels. The front line boasts the first-class Falkensteiner Hotel with 5 swimming pools and a large balneocentre. Here guests can regain vital energy and greatly enhance their health.
Another authentic family restaurant has been added to the Prague gastronomic scene, a Thai bistro, which presents Thai cuisine in its original form.
Thai Station managed by Onwasa Kongpetch, a Thai native who has run several family enterprises in Bangkok, offers a carefully thought-out concept of Thai cuisine in a modern setting.
A gourmet paradise is situated in the beautiful foothills of the Šumava, just beyond Sušice. Guests at “U Štěpána” pub can expect the cosy homely ambience of a mountain farm and in particular the distinctive flavour of delicacies prepared from home-grown produce.