Before Prague gets its dusting of white snow and the temperatures drop inexorably below zero, have a walk through the autumn-coloured city, taste some seasonal Czech specialities and buy some great gifts and souvenirs. Do not miss the forthcoming festivals and other events!

Flavours of autumn

Autumn in Central Europe is a right royal feasting season. With dropping temperatures comes a growing appetite and thus it is ideal time to explore traditional Czech cuisine and autumn dishes.  Autumn is also linked with wine-harvest festivals and St Martin’s Wine, the first wine from the autumn vintage, which is quite inseparable from roast goose, potato curls (lokše) and cabbage. 


Prague's Hidden Gems

There is so much to discover beyond the Clock, the Bridge, and the Castle! We have created a series of walking routes that include architectural gems, amazing views and scenic parks and gardens. Some of them are intended for anyone with limited mobility such as parents with strollers, etc.


Culture lovers alert! Do not miss the forthcoming concerts, exhibitions and festivals. In November, you are invited to join us to celebrate the 30th anniversary from the Velvet Revolution.


Guided walking tours

Not big on walking alone? Join our guided walking tours that take place every day. Our professional guides will provide insight and context to everything you'll see along the walk and they offer special customized tours too. Contact our Guide Office or look at our E-shop.


Gifts and souvenirs

Do you wish to bring back from Prague something beautiful and locally made? Your friends or relatives will certainly appreciate anything from Bohemian crystal glass. You can also treat them with gifts from local designers or toys.
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    Glass and porcelain

    Hand blown, stained, hand decorated crystal pieces are not only decorative items.

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    Czech fashion

    Timeless pieces designed by renowned as well as up-coming fashion designers.

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    Design items

    Original accessories, tableware, notebooks, jewellry but also furniture from local manufacturers and artists.

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    Traditional Czech toys, wooden toys, puppets and also alternative toys and games.



The autumn edition of our quarterly newsletter explores Czech seasonal flavours and includes a list of the most interesting autumn events. It also features an article about the most noteworthy cemeteries in the capital. You can pick up the brochure for free at our tourist and information centres or download it here.