Top Things to Do in Prague This Weekend

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Find out what is going on this weekend in Prague. Party, exhibitions, food festival, comedy, and much more. The events and things to do in Prague this weekend.


Balkan Bashavel Party

The popular Balkan Bashavel is back in Prague! The well-known Slovak DJ duo MALALATA and their guests, the Prague band Lovesong Orchestra and Barcelona DJ Grounchoo will play o the rhythms of Balkan beats, gypsy, reggae and world music. Let yourself relax with energizing music that won’t let you sit down for one moment.



Orchids of six continents

Last chance to see a unique exhibition in the Botanical Garden Prague dedicated to the world of orchids! More than 2,300 species from all over the world will take the breath away of all (not only) flower lovers. This exhibition will help you discover the beauty of orchids and learn more about these exceptional flowers. As every year, you can also buy some of them in the greenhouse at the warehouse. If you are not sure which one is right for your home, ask the expert staff who will be happy to help.



Festival of Delicate Flavours

If you like food festivals, this Sunday the Festival of Delicate Tastes is taking place at the New Town Hall. On this festive first day of spring you will be able to taste traditional and unusual dishes from different parts of the world, as well as a selection of coffee, delicious wines and other drinks. You can enjoy a variety of dishes such as Belgian fries, sweet churros, pork buns, curries, homemade bacon, sausages, jams and wine.



Holiday World & Region World Exhibition

Would you like to travel the whole world in one place? This weekend’s event makes it possible! The 30th-anniversary edition of the traditional Holiday World & Region World trade fairs will take place this weekend at the famous PVA EXPO PRAHA exhibition centre in Prague’s Letňany. Visitors will have a unique opportunity to listen to the stories of various Czech travellers, such as Jan Hošek or Martin Carev. There will be national tourist headquarters of traditional European countries and distant destinations such as America, Asia or Africa. The organizers have also prepared various quizzes and competitions for visitors.



A Midsummer Night’s Dream

One of Shakespeare’s most popular comedies, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, on the stage of the National Theatre. A classic that all theatre lovers should see, it is full of love, mystery and suspense.



Farmers’ Market at Kulaťák

Every Saturday, you have the opportunity to visit a popular Farmers’ Market at Kulaťák where you can buy fresh and high-quality ingredients or products from local farms. Apart from the local food, you can also taste traditional street foods from various countries. For example, this weekend you can try new authentic Tunisian street food! If you like trying new things and unusual tastes, you should definitely come to Farmers’ Market at Kulaťák.


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