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Prague Easter markets,
21.3.2015 - 12.4.2015

The Prague Easter markets at the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square display fine hand crafted goods, all manner of food and drink, and show off some of the wonderful old customs that make up a traditional Czech Easter.

Easter in Prague

Prague Easter markets run from 21 March to 12 April 2015. They open daily from 9am to 7pm.
Prague Easter markets are at the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square and extend to over 100 stalls. They offer a wide selection of hand crafted goods, including wooden toys, crystal glasses, candles, jewellery, metal-ware, intricate embroidery, puppets and dolls in regional costume dresses. The most common feature is the brightly coloured, hand-painted Easter eggs.

Easter in Prague

Czech ladies, beautifully dressed in traditional costume, will personalise the Easter eggs, painting on your name or a special message.
Easter Markets are not just about shopping though. The markets will be devoted to the Czech Easter traditions and habits. People can taste traditional Czech food, such as a cake called Easter Beranek or Easter stuffing.

Easter in Prague

The birch tree, which is connected with Easter, will be put in the middle of both Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square.
Origins of the Easter Markets in Prague

The Prague Easter markets go back long before the communist era and were once deeply tied to religious festivities. Under communism though they suffered a demise, as religious aspects were banned and Easter celebrations were limited to the welcoming of spring. Since the fall of communism, Prague's Easter Markets have experienced a renaissance. Tourists and locals now flock to browse the stalls and enjoy the atmosphere.

Prague's Easter Markets are a major attraction for both locals and tourists in the two weeks running up to easter. This really is a bit of an undiscovered find.

Easter in Prague

If you can be in Prague for easter you will find church choirs and orchestras of the highest quality playing beautiful music in almost every space available. Easter in the Czech Republic is a wonderful experience..

Prague Christmas markets 29.11.2014 - 6.1.2015

This year's Christmas Markets in Prague will be rich in charm and surprise

Christmas is about enjoying time with loved ones, and what better way to enjoy the holiday period than to take family or friends away on a Christmas break in Prague? Whether you plan to shop till you drop or simply take in the merry atmosphere, this Christmas break is sure to bring you festive cheer!

Christmas is a special time of year in Prague and the Christmas markets (Vanocni trh) Old Town Square are a key ingredient in the Czech festive magic. The Prague Christmas markets bring visitors and locals together to share the holiday spirit in a true 'winter wonderland' setting. The city comes alive with beautiful decorations, the sounds of traditional music, and the mouth-watering aromas of mulled wine (svarené víno or svarák) and delicious local food! Markets are held throughout the city from Wenceslas Square to Old Town Square and Namesti Republiky. Prague Christmas markets run daily from 9am to 7-8pm throughout the festive period. The main ones are at the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square, with smaller ones at Namesti Republiky and Havelske Trziste.

Hot wine

The Prague Christmas markets consist of rows of brightly decorated wooden huts, selling Czech handicrafts, hot food (corn on the cob, sausages and local specialties) and warm drinks. Outdoor christmas shopping is much easier with a cup of hot wine (svarene vino) in your hand! Some interesting Christmas stocking fillers can be found in the markets, which stock a variety of Czech glass, wooden toys, scented candles, Christmas tree ornaments, hand-made jewellery and, of course, puppets, always puppets!

But what would Christmas be without carols? Local and International choirs, along with musical ensembles, take to the stage in the Old Town Square, entertaining visitors as they browse the market stalls.
Christmas in Prague is a magical time and December is undoubtedly one of the nicest months of the year in this beautiful city.
Christmas in Prague is simply wonderful.

Foodparade 6.9.2014 and 7.9.2014

We have great news for the lovers of good food– the fourth year of Foodparade Festival is coming on 6th - 7th of September 2014. Foodparade is one of Prague’s most popular food & drink open air festivals. We hope that you will enjoy it also this year.

You can enjoy a degustation menu of Prague’s best restaurants in the gardens of Troja Château in Prague. In addition to trying great food at dozens of stalls, you can also enjoy a cooking show, cooking classes, curios, novelties and an all-day companion program on the main stage.

Foodparade Prague

During both days a rich program for small and big gourmands will be ready. The festival culminates with the announcement of the winners of the amateur cooking contest I Love Food, and a small farmer’s market. There you can buy fresh pastries, coffee, good wine, cider and homemade pies among other things.

We will introduce well-known Prague restaurants and their chefs, who will prepare the best of their culinary art. You will taste an excellent selection of wines, delicious coffee, best beers, exotic cocktails and delicacies from all over the world.

Where :
Troja Chateau (gardens of Troja Chateau)
Trója Chateau
U trojského zámku 4/1
170 00 Praha 7

Foodparade brings people the joy of being together and experience great food.
Enjoy a festival of food and drink in the lovely gardens of the Baroque château Troja.

Night of Churches 23.5.2014

Night of Churches, an popular event that receives a great amount of public interest each year, will take place in Prague and other Czech towns on Friday, May 23th, 2014. Individual parishes, congregations and orders will welcome visitors in open churches with extensive accompanying programs. The project started in Vienna in 2004, quickly spread to other Austrian regions and in 2009 crossed the borders and took place in some parts of the Czech Republic.

Noc kostelu Praha

This year’s Night of Churches, for which almost 250 churches in Prague will open on 23th May, promises a rich program. Visitors can look forward to guided tours of the parts of churches that people don’t usually see, tours of bell-towers and crypts, children’s events, creative competitions, Bible-readings, organ concerts and other musical events, visual performances, puppet shows, charity presentations, book-readings, night-time sermons and prayers. The event has social and cultural, as well as religious significance, as it shows the openness of Churches. The program in individual churches will start in the afternoon and run until night. The Night of Churches offers a free look at many churches, cathedrals, and monasteries and also presents a comprehensive program of free religious concerts, activities, and events. The Night of Churches presents Christianity and gives an opportunity for visitors and residents to experience what our churches have to offer, like stunning architecture and art, impressive musical performances, and a variety of programs including workshops or theatre performances.

The event will take place in Prague and also all over the Czech Republic – a list of participating churches and their programs available at

Ice Age Live - O2 Arena, 1.2.-2.2.2014

Ace of Age Great funny show for kids and adults, just for the whole family, regardless of age. You will meet your favorite characters from the three popular films Ice Age. Now you can see them live at the O2 Arena in Prague, the famous characters from the film such as the large mammoth Manny, Sid the cute sloth, or tiger Diego, as well as many others. You can look forward to a truly spectacular show, whose production team working previously worked for Cirque du Soleil and Holiday on Ice. Also, the film studio Twentieth Century Fox collaborated to produce this show, which is a combination of figure skating, film and acrobatics.

Ace of Age The tour started in 2012 and since then it could have be seen in many countries. The tour will take five years and the show will be presented in 30 countries, including the Czech and Slovak Republic. This mammoth adventure is a thrilling experience for both small and large, not only for fans of the Ice Age, but for anyone who will come to see this show. The show Ace Age Live will be played at the O2 Arena for four times during the first and second February 2014. Tickets cost between 400 and 950 CZK.

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