This Entire Czech Town Made Out of Marzipan Is a Rare Joy
The long and often apocryphal history of Třeboň is memorialised in almond paste.
A Journey to the Little Czech Town Made of Stinky Cheese
The town of Loštice, Czech Republic, is famous for its tvarůžek, a soft yellow beer cheese with a distinctively pungent aroma, where it's incorporated into everything from panini to ice cream.
In Prague, Better Alcohol Means Better Absinthe
Prague is lousy with tourists shops offering artificially coloured and flavoured "Czech-style absinthes,” but a small group of absinthe enthusiasts is leading the charge to bring fine cocktails and spirits to the city.