Do you already know where you’re going this weekend? If not, we have some tips for interesting experiences in Prague.
House of rest
Monday, July 4 to Sunday, July 10, Prague 8
Let yourself indulge in the Karlin ALTA Studio and their Rest House. Over seven days, they want to share a temporary refuge for the tired, and offer an oasis of lounging. The organizers say their goal is to create a space where it will be possible to cultivate a worldview that does not just see rest as a tool for doing more work.
The program will be devoted to undisturbed rest in a room full of blankets and pillows, supplemented by various practices and conversations that enable relaxation to be actively experienced and critically reflected upon. It will be open from 3 pm on weekdays, from 2 pm on weekends, and closes at 9 pm.
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 more about their interesting 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, among others. Check out the full schedule.
For the trip to the Prague Zoo, you can use the Prague Steamship Company. It leaves from Rašínovo embankment at 9:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m. and
Wednesday, June 22 to Sunday, October 2, various locations
Walk through four locations where you will find dozens of artistic and architectural interventions and works. This year, the Landscape
festival focuses on revitalizing Prague’s railway stations and infrastructure hubs. The program also includes exhibitions, expert debates and guided walks.
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 swimming pool with a length of 14 meters. Try paddleboarding and learn something about the sport. You can also take part in paddling and yoga lessons on paddleboards with professional instructors for free.
Play Sports in Metropole Zličín
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 area, 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, and playground reservations and regular lessons are charged.
Outdoor game Stínadla II
Friday, April 1 to Wednesday, August 31, Prague 1
Do a scavenger hunt in Stinalda! The blind map of Stínadel contains 16 locations where individual tasks must be completed. The goal is to get 16 unique shader memory cards and solve the final secret. It is not necessary to visit all the mysterious places in one day–the game can be divided into several walks. The Stínadla II map, rules and card case are available for purchase at the box office of U Zlatého prstenu.