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Art Out & About: Naked Green Man

Art Out & About: Naked Green Man March 28, 2011 | Events | Read More
Not the official name – but more descriptive of this life-size and anatomically correct statue now gracing the square between Nova Scena and the National Theater. Designed by artist Jiří Středa, Co víme (What we know), is a bronze sculpture which is bound to catch people’s eye and cause comment. Smack...

Prague on a Rainy Day

Prague on a Rainy Day March 24, 2011 | Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
We don’t like to advertise the fact, but Prague doesn’t always have the best weather. It’s usually mild here, but it can be rainy any time of the year – especially in March and April. But you are here, you want to explore, and wet grey skies aren’t going to keep you indoors. Although...

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Prague this Spring

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Prague this Spring March 21, 2011 | Events, Things to Do | Read More
Welcome Spring! The weather report may not agree, but March 20 is the first day of spring and Prague is waiting! Everyone is ready for a little sunshine and warmer weather; museums are opening new exhibitions, the festival circuit is moving into full gear and oh so soon outdoor tables will squeeze out...

A Spot of Color

A Spot of Color March 18, 2011 | Events, Things to Do | Read More
It may be too early to start recommending parks, but there’s a special (indoor) exhibition at the Prague Botanical Gardens that garden lovers shouldn’t miss. From March 18-27, a special exhibition and sale of orchids will be on at the Garden’s Fata Morgana Greenhouse. The Botanical Gardens offer...

Discovering Czech Sweets

Discovering Czech Sweets March 14, 2011 | Food | Read More
Czechs love their sweets so consider it your visitor duty to sample a few of them during your time in Prague. Ice cream is one of the most popular, a sunny day will see queues at all the ice cream stands – be it February or July! Here are some other treats to try and don’t forget to ask for recommendations...

St. Patrick’s Day in Prague

St. Patrick’s Day in Prague March 11, 2011 | Events | Read More
Blame it on the mutual love of beer, but St. Patrick’s Day is a growing Prague celebration. If you are in town, avoid the leprechauns and head out for some feisty Irish fun! Irish Music Festival: From March 15-20, indulge in the best of Irish music, dance and culture during the Irish Music Festival....

FebioFest International Film Festival

FebioFest International Film Festival March 9, 2011 | Events | Read More
Probably one of the most accessible, laidback and fun film festivals around, FebioFest is one of the Czech Republic’s largest film festivals. Shown in a local Prague cinema, FebioFest focuses mainly on full length films, bringing to Czech audiences the best of the last year, distribution premieres,...

Prague Tibetan New Year Celebration

Prague Tibetan New Year Celebration March 4, 2011 | Events | Read More
Chinese New Year has come and gone, so this weekend celebrate Tibetan New Year at the New Town Hall. Tibetan New Year, called Losar, will be welcoming the year 2138. Organized by the NGO Dzogchen and members of the local Buddhist community, Losar offers a variety of fun times for all ages. On the program...

What’s Happening: March

What’s Happening: March March 2, 2011 | Events | Read More
As spring inches slowly closer, Prague starts to come alive with festivals and events. Here are three recommendations for March, and don’t forget to visit Prague Local Flavor regularly, as we share more events throughout the month. Opera 2011: The 10th annual Festival of Music Theater is in Prague...

One World Documentary Film Festival

One World Documentary Film Festival March 1, 2011 | Events | Read More
Documentary film fans are in their element in Prague this month with the One World Documentary Film Festival of Human Rights hitting screens from March 8-17. The festival showcases documentary films that have been made in the previous year, along with investigative films that draw attention to human...
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