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Prague:winter

In winter, Prague is especially beautiful. Buildings covered with snow evoke a fairy-tale like atmosphere. Though the weather is chilly, visitors can warm up in pubs, cafes, galleries, museums or concert halls. What is more, Prague is not so crowded in January and February, so visitors enjoy their stay here more than in other months. If you are still not enough impress to come here, you can find out more reasons bellow.

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Food

Winter is the best time to taste Czech cuisine. Dumplings, pork and cabbage or sirloin with cream sauce provide sufficient energy to explore all of the monuments. Do not forget to try some soup and something for your sweet tooth!

  • Grand Restaurant Festival

    A culinary feast for foodies that makes it possible for anyone who's interested in gourmet…
  • Cold weather? How about some soup?

    In Prague it’s easy to get so caught up in sightseeing that you forget to stop for lunch - but…
  • Chef Time Fest

    The best chefs in Prague – in one place in one time. The festival full of gastronomy…
  • Prague Wine Week

    The Prague Wine Week  is a unique festival of wines, wineries and gastronomy. Selected Prague…
  • Prague’s Cafés: More Than Great Coffee

    In recent years, Prague’s coffee scene has moved forward at a rapid pace and Prague is just a…
  • Sweet Tooth? You're in the right place!

    There is a long tradition of sweet shops, or cukrárny, in Prague, and there's no shortage of…
  • Vegetarian restaurants in Prague

    Long gone are the days when meat and dumplings were the only meal on offer in Prague, and when…
  • Pivo Bier Ale EXPO 2018

    The exhibition focuses on brewing– (raw materials, technologies, measuring equipment, tapping…
  • GinFest

    The 3rd edition of the festival dedicated to gin and genever for professionals and…
  • Restaurant Day

    Restaurant Day is a festival of good food and drink. Just for one day, everybody can open a…

Masopust (Carnival period)

 is a period between the Epiphany and the beginning of the Lent. In this period, Czechs used to eat a lot of delicious food, dance and have fun. At the end of the period carnival parades walk through towns and villages. Czech Masopust is safeguarded as intangible cultural heritage by UNESCO and remains a unique tradition within Czech culture. So let's explore it.

Winter Sports

You may be surprised to hear it, but it really is possible to go skating or skiing right in the city. You don’t even need your own equipment, some of the rinks (or trails) let you to borrow it.

and more

If you have not still decided to visit Prague, you can get some inspiration in our recently published brochures such as Prague:Winter&Christmas, Prague:Design or Prague:Jewish. We have also prepared a walk through Lesser Town and Kampa for snowy and icy conditions. Last but not least, you can get inspired by our list of events which is regularly updated on our websites. See you in Prague soon.