Residents of Prague will be able to explore Easter marketplaces, the Museum of Public Transportation, and the Prague Zoo.
This year, the largest marketplaces, which are usually hosted in the city center, will last for several weeks. Good Friday is April 7th, and Easter Monday is April 10th.
The Old Town Square market began on March 25th. Vendors sell Easter decorations such Easter eggs or pottery, as well as snacks. You can also expect a companion program, such as artistic folklore groups or children’s creative classes.
People can also visit the Easter Market at Prague Castle on St George’s Square from 10:00 to 18:00, and on Fridays and weekends until 19:00.
Until 10 April, there will also be a market on náměstí Míru, where people can visit every day from 10:00 to 19:00. This year, there will be 34 sales stalls offering Easter goods and refreshments, and visitors will also see stalls of non-profit organisations with sheltered workshops.
People can also celebrate Easter at the Public Transport Museum, where you will be able to knit a pomlázka or decorate an Easter egg on Friday, April 7.
At the Prague Zoo, special guided animal feedings await those interested on Easter Monday from 10:00 to 16:00. Selected species will also be given so-called Easter enrichment items, i.e. special toys!
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