When? October 27 – 28
Where? Various locations in Prague
On 28th October 1918, Czechoslovakia declared its independence from the Austro-Hungarian Empire after World War I. The new state unit was founded by its first president Tomas Garrique Masaryk (1850 – 1937) and it existed until its peaceful dissolution into the Czech Republic and Slovakia in 1993. In order to commemorate 100 years from the declaration of Czechoslovakia, citizens and visitors of Prague can look forward to rich celebrations consisting of open air concerts, thematic exhibitions, military parades, video mappings and much more on October 27 – 28.… Read more...
There are various gastronomic events taking place in Prague where you can taste local specialities, traditional tastes as well as exotic flavours from abroad. We prepared a list of popular events you can try during your visit in autumn!
St. Wenceslas vineyard
When? Daily from 10 am to 11 pm
Where? The Prague Castle, the Old Castle Steps, Hradčany – Prague 1
How much? Free admission
If you like wine, you should definitely visit a close-by St. Wenceslas vineyard accessible from the Prague Castle (the entrance is from “Jiřská” street).… Read more...
When? 11th – 14th October 2018, from 7 pm to 11 pm
Where? Various locations in the city centre, in Vinohrady and in Karlín
How much? Free admission (170/100 CZK for the Gallery Zone, 50 CZK for 3D projections)
The sixth edition of the international SIGNAL Festival of Lights will take place in 8 Prague´s districts this October. During the Festival, you can admire various installations, video mappings (in 2D and 3D) and projections in the streets and public spaces of Prague.… Read more...