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(Even now, one in five Czechs votes for the not-too-reformed Communist Party.)Humour is part of traditional Czech culture, sometimes this is a "wetter" kind of humour than British or Canadian "dry" humour.
This does not necessarily mean a "black" humour; at the same time, it is often a humour without any political correctness, sometimes containing "racial slurs." It is also extremely important to realize that Czech have two modes of speaking to one another: a) "vykání" or "polite form"—using the 2nd person plural when talking to an adult; and b) "tykání" or "familiar form"—using the 2nd person singular when talking to a good friend, family member, or a child.
If you visit the Czech Republic in winter or early spring and want to visit one of the castles and chateaux, you will find that most of them are closed.
These popular tourist destinations prepare for the summer seasons and usually undertake repairs and other work in winter.
This topic always seem to leave people very bitter.
Czechs will not necessarily maintain continuous eye contact (especially when they take their time to "think through" their response), but it is considered a sign of ill or "suspicious" intentions if a person refuses to make or is avoiding eye contact.
As in most parts of the world, topics such as weather or "where are you from" are safe to begin your conversation with.
Explanations regarding the purpose of your visit might also work as an ice-breaker.
If you tell them that you are from North America the locals initiate a conversation with you.
They want to have the knowledge of our culture and determine the differences between us and their own culture.