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May Festivals in Prague

May Festivals in Prague May 2, 2011 | Events, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
For some reason, May is all about the festivals in Prague. An exciting time to visit, as you know you will have the opportunity to experience something different. Here’s a brief round-up of what’s happening where and when. Prague Marathon: Of course you want to run 42 kilometers on your holiday....

Prague Easter Festival

Prague Easter Festival April 15, 2011 | Events | Read More
The Prague Symphony Orchestra and the Czech Philharmonic have teamed up for a series of special concerts during the holy time of Easter. Both of these groups have a long and respected tradition in Prague, having made numerous recordings, and entertaining both locals and visitors year-round. In addition...

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...

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...

Agharta Prague Jazz Festival

Agharta Prague Jazz Festival February 22, 2011 | Events | Read More
Prague’s always been a musical city, and its jazz clubs are no exception. Tiny, underground, smoky places or sleek and modern with a cocktail list – no matter your style it is not difficult to find a great jazz act playing every night of the week. Agharta is one of the oldest jazz clubs in town,...

Japan in Prague: Eiga-sai: Festival of Contemporary Japanese Film + More

Japan in Prague: Eiga-sai: Festival of Contemporary Japanese Film + More January 24, 2011 | Events | Read More
A Japanese film festival seems a bit out of the norm for Prague cultural offerings. Now in its fourth year, the Eiga-sai–Festival of Contemporary Japanese Film offers eight popular in Japan films for viewing by Czech audiences. Lucky for non-Czech speaker, all films except one will be shown with English...

What’s Happening: January

What’s Happening: January January 3, 2011 | Events | Read More
Happy New Year! We hope your holiday season was a special time blessed with family, friends and good times! January is a fairly quiet and grey time in Prague. Liven up your visit by exploring these events. Do you follow us on Twitter? We tweet the best of what’s happening in Prague daily at #NG_Prague. Amedeo...

What’s Happening: November

What’s Happening: November November 1, 2010 | Events | Read More
Days are shorter and trees are a bit more bare, but Prague is still lovely in all its gray gloominess. Atmosphere, we like to call it. If you are traveling to Prague this month, bundle up, learn to embrace grog (hot rum and water) and the infinitely more tasty svárek (hot mulled wine) and of course,...
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