On Tuesday, from 6 pm, you can bring your dinner on Charles Bridge and celebrate being past the worst of coronavirus.
Czech citizens and tourists can say goodbye to the coronavirus restrictions and welcome summer holidays with a feast on Charles Bridge.
The 515-meter-long table will be decorated with white tablecloths and flowers. The event is organized by Piana na ulici association in cooperation with the Town Hall of Prague 1.
The author of the project, the Prague culture activist Ondřej Kobza, described Charles Bridge as a “symbol of interconnection, which will be enhanced by a neighborhood feast.”
Due to hygienic reasons, it is necessary to register to the event free of charge via www.goout.net.
“We want to send a signal that people are living here again and we are looking forward to all visitors to Prague,” said Prague 1 Mayor Petr Hejma (STAN).
One of the most popular attractions in the Czech Republic has been without tourists since March. According to Hejma, Prague “wants to show the world that the city is open again and it can offer more than cheap beer”.
Today, some representatives of the city sat at the table in the Old Town part of the bridge. They replaced the Mayor and other members of the municipality – who are in quarantine because a colleague recently tested positive for the novel coronavirus – with cardboard portraits.
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