Šárka Kačabová Slunečná 416 Králův Dvůr 267 01 Czech Republic
About Šárka Kačabová
"I try to treat whoever I meet as an old friend. This gives me a genuine feeling of happiness." Dalai Lama
I was born in 1977 and I lived in the little local village - Karlštejn, so I know a lot about the traditions and customs of Czech people. I graduated at the prestigious Charles University in Prague, at the College of Arts.
I have worked as the Licensed Prague guide in English and Spanish language since 1999, because I like the fairy tale beauty of Prague, architecture, art, history and sightseeing.
I always strive to make sure that the visitors get the most of their stay in Prague, understand the city and people, get the feeling of insiders. I always carry a some maps, books, pictures. My friends say: I am "deadly" creative :-) I even design my own Prague maps, bookmarks and architecture-picture charts for your greater enjoyment from the tour.
You can stop being a tourist and become a guest and friend.
Daughter Eva was born in 2008, son Jakub in 2011
We are all happy and healthy! Thank you for all the cards, quilts and presents you have sent us. All my family was touched by such a friendliness coming from over the seas :-) And thank you for the Christmas presents - my kids love to learn English!
After a short maternity leave and improving my company from my home office I do more tours again. We do a lot of sightseeing with my kids and I discover new details for the itineraries of our company tours. To survive the stress and never-ending work commitment I try do more joga and meditations and I feel that life is a wonderful miracle :-). ... May all the beings be happy!
OUR CHARITY - we let the good go around
Thanks to our small company we live happily and we have decided to return the positive energy, ... so "the good can go around" :-)
Legendary St. Wenceslas Rotunda in the Lesser Town from 11 century. Save the precious Prague architecture!
It has been miraculously discovered only recently (in 2004). Once again - the legend has proven to be a true. We especially admire the old Romanesque flooring. These beautiful tiles rank among the oldest type of medieval terra-cotta floors! Our Rotunda project of Charles University Video about legendary rotunda of st. Wenceslas
We are happy to anounce this project was succesfully finished and the St. Wenceslas Rotunda has been saved and preserved for the future generations. We are very proud and happy to be the part of this project! Participiants who donated higher amout were invited to the celebrating meeting and , we have even received a copy of the precious beautiful tiles. (It is in my home budhist altar now.)
The Korkyne substitutional Home (creche) for kids abandoned by their parents, or they were taken out of the nonfunctional family (drog abuse, violence ...) . This small organisation cares about 20 local kids. Korkyne - substitutional Home for kids
One More Day for Children - a registered small Non-Governmental Foundation.
They try to secure, protect and improve the lives of children (especially to the invisibles) from the rural and urban poor (SLUMS) in the Republic of Kenya. They build schools and hospitals, save 5 years old girls from forced marriages and much more. One More Day for Children
I would be happy if you feel inspired and support these organisations too. Thank you <3