Prague, at the crossroads of cultures
Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, hosts hundreds of artists and musicians every month, either for short stop-overs performances, or for longer stays, such as festivals and music competitions.
During summer time, there are often three or more festivals on the same weekend.
In winter months, you can enjoy Christmas markets with hot punch, mulled wine and street entertainers.
The only difficulty may be to choose the kind of fun you want to have.
If you prefer partying, the famous four-floor music club near Charles Bridge is a prime venue. If you are more into jazz, you can enjoy live concerts twice a week. If you love classical music, there are operas and concerts performed daily.
Prague’s central location, at the crossroads between Eastern and Western Europe, offers a fascinating blend of cultures, and a broad offer of social activities, including Latin American markets, Polish days, Roma dance festival, and many more.
Whatever your preferences – Prague has them all!
Some of Prague’s cultural and entertainment facilities. Did you know that you can find here about…
- 50 theaters
- 56 cinemas
- 268 museums
- 170 galleries
- 135 music halls
- 577 clubs and bars
- 1/5 of the total area of Prague consists of parks
To find out more about what is currently going on in Prague, feel free to browse through the following web sites.