Tips for This Weekend in Prague: Enjoy French Treats, Street Theater and Sports

French market in Kampa
until Sunday, July 17, Prague 1

After a year, the French market in Kampa opens again. In addition to great gastronomic experiences, you can also enjoy a musical production
and a children’s program. Come and enjoy the true French atmosphere!

Festival Behind the Door
until Tuesday, July 19, multiple locations

Staroměstské náměstí, Mariánské náměstí and Výstaviště in Holešovice will become the scene of various street performances this weekend. The
Za dveřmi festival is already organizing its 14th annual event full of acrobats, jugglers and musicians. The program will also include workshops and a theater parade.

Open bottle day on the beach
Saturday 16 July, 12:00–21:00, Prague 2

Taste the most delicious domestic and foreign wines–including many small family wineries that you will not find anywhere else. Enjoy the
event on the banks of the Vltava to the sounds of live music, refreshments and competitions are also available. Admission is free, and a tasting glass with a limited logo for the traditional 100 crowns.

Latino street food fest 2022
Saturday, July 16, 10:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m., Prague 5

Smíchovská embankment will get lively on Saturday with latino street food. And what will they serve you here? Look forward to Mexican burritos, tacos, nachos, quesadillas, pulled pork, Venezuelan arepas, Argentinian steaks, Cuban sandwiches and many other goodies. You can also buy exotic fruits or cigars here.

Šary Vary – Official echoes of the 56th MFF KV
through Sunday, July 17, various locations

What you missed in Karlovy Vary, you can catch in Prague this weekend. For selected festival films, go to Světozor, Aero and Přítomnost cinemas until Sunday. The program includes 20 films, mainly from the Horizons competition section.

PIKI stories in the park – Prosecco picnic
until Sunday, July 17, Prague 6

In the park next to the Břevnov Monastery, you can have a picnic, throw a blanket on the grass and drink prosecco. In addition to good drinks, there is also food, a program for children, a theater and live music. Admission is free, and a tasting glass costs 120 crowns.

Prague ZOO
July and August, Prague 7

During the summer, the Zoo organizes regular guided feedings and meetings with the animals every day. You can catch up with your
favorites when they are most active and learn interesting things about their lives. At 11:00 the penguins always get their share of food, at 12:00 there is a meeting with the gorillas and at 13:30 you can move to the giraffes. Check out the full schedule on the zoo’s website.

For the trip to the Prague Zoo, the Prague Steamship Company offers trips on the Vltava. Departures from Rašín embankment are at 9:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.

Paddleboards in Center Černý Most
until Wednesday, July 20, Prague 9

In front of the western entrance to the shopping center you will find a new 14-meter swimming pool. You can try paddleboarding with a professional instructor for free. There are even yoga lessons on paddle boards.

Sports with Metropolis
Wednesday, June 29 to Saturday, September 24, Prague 5 

Metropole Zličín has prepared a sports zone for the entire summer, which offers a beach volleyball court, a bouldering boulder, a hexagonal cage for soccer and basketball, table tennis, a slackline, a wading pool for children and a rest area with sunbeds and umbrellas. Entrance and equipment rental is free, playground reservations and regular lessons are charged.
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