Weekend Tips in Prague: Shop at Markets, Explore Vyšehrad Underground, or Surf in the City Center
Looking for weekend plans in Prague? Here are some exciting suggestions:
Lesser Town Market – Saturday 5 August, 11:00-19:00, Prague 1
Don’t miss the monthly market at Malostranské náměstí! Explore a wide range of local produce, including fruits, vegetables, dairy, and meats. Enjoy a cup of coffee, wine, or beer while tasting delicious food from various gastro stalls.
The market also offers workshops for children and live musical performances by talented local artists.
River Surf Camp – Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 August, 8:00-18:00, Prague 7
Experience a one-of-a-kind adventure at Waves of Štvanice, where you can surf with a stunning view of the Castle. The Prague Surf Club is hosting a weekend camp suitable for both experienced riders and complete beginners.
You’ll receive guidance on proper surfing techniques from two coaches, and all necessary equipment can be rented. Don’t forget to pre-register for this event HERE.
Summer Cinemas in Prague
Take advantage of the summer weather and watch movies under the open sky at various outdoor locations. From parks and rooftops to the grounds of a former monastery, there are plenty of options to choose from. The screenings feature a mix of classic and brand new films, catering to all movie enthusiasts.
Keep an eye out for the DPP cinema bus, which travels to different spots in Prague.
Glass Underground at Vyšehrad – until 3 September, Prague 2
Visit the captivating underground Vyšehrad casemates to witness Jiří Pačink’s original glass exhibition, housed in the majestic Gorlice Hall. Marvel at giant vases, glass plants, and a crystal chandelier displayed in this beautiful stone hall with a high vault.
The exhibition is open hourly for visitors.
Czech Nature Photo Exhibition – from Friday 21 July to Sunday 1 October, Prague 7
Head to the Botanical Garden of Prague to view a stunning collection of photographs from the prestigious Czech Nature Photo competition. Experience the beauty of the plant world through the lenses of experienced Czech and Slovak photographers, complemented by the work of talented juniors.
The exhibition is housed in the newly built exhibition hall in the central part of the garden.
Sculpture Line Project – until the end of 2023, various locations
The Sculpture Line public space project has recently started, bringing art directly to the streets and parks of Prague and other cities. You can encounter captivating sculptures and sculptural pieces, some of which will remain in their chosen locations for many months or even years.
Look out for works by renowned artists such as Lukáš Rittstein, Jaroslav Róna, Martin Rajniš, and Alexandra Koláčková.
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