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Newsletter of Prague City Tourism, Issue 3/2019
Dear friends of Prague,

Our third Preview of 2019 focuses on a selection of Prague events taking place towards the end of 2019. But first, a reminder of what awaits over the next couple of months. The Metronome and United Islands of Prague festivals are undisputed summer highlights in the rock/indie/pop genres. Fans of classical music shouldn’t miss the Summer Festivities of Early Music and the esteemed Dvořák Prague music festivals. Theatre and circus lovers will enjoy the Prague Quadrennial and the Letní Letná festivals, while visual art aficionados should take note of the upcoming French impressionism and Alberto Giacometti exhibitions at the National Gallery Prague. For more summertime events, check our Prague:summer quarterly, hot off the press.

Wishing you a lovely summer,

The Editors
How to Keep Children from Getting Bored in Prague

Scores of ideas for places to take your offspring during your trip to Prague, both in the form of a paper map and via our special page, The places listed include entertaining museums and galleries, toy shops, child-friendly restaurants, cafés and pâtisseries, as well as various sports centres and playgrounds. Get the free map from any of our tourist information centres or download it here

Anna Netrebko & Yusif Eyvazov, Municipal House, 7 November 2019

Two of today‘s brightest opera stars – soprano Anna Netrebko and tenor Yusif Eyvazov – will grace the Prague opera stage with their unforgettable renditions of some of opera’s best-loved numbers. More

November ’89: Dreams of Freedom & Democracy Come True

In November, we will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution. Even though the festivities will culminate in November, you can time-travel to the turbulent era via several events held earlier, such as the Carnations and Velvet exhibition at the Prague City Gallery or the  1989: Fall of the Iron Curtain exhibition at the Royal Summer House. These and other events are available via our web site,, with a special dedicated brochure and page coming this summer.

Christmas markets, 30 November 2019 – 6 January 2020

Even though it’s still only spring, many of you are already busy with Christmas and New Year’s Eve itineraries. We hope you will be pleased to learn that the Christmas markets will grace Prague’s city centre from the first Advent weekend through January 6. Prague has been hailed as a top holiday destination by thousands of happy visitors, as well as global media. More.

New Year’s Eve with Mozart, Theatre of the Estates, 31 December 2019

Enter the magical world of Classicism and spend an unforgettable evening at the Theatre of the Estates. Enjoy the most beloved arias and scenes from Don Giovanni, The Marriage of Figaro, Così fan tutte, The Magic Flute, and Abduction from the Seraglio, all of it complemented by local and international delicacies served banquet-style. You can also look forward to sharing a midnight toast with the National Theatre soloists or, if you wish, dancing on the stage. More.

Strings of Autumn
15 October–13 November 2019

There are ten concerts in this year’s Strings of Autumn programme. The crossover festival is inspired by the relationship between contemporary classical music, jazz, hip-hop, and electronica. This year’s edition will be launched by British singer-pianist Laura Mvula, while the closing concert comes courtesy of hip-hop legends De La Soul. Between these two bookends, you can look forward to the return of saxophone giant Charles Lloyd, jazz pianist Fred Hersch, and the American avant-garde ensemble JACK Quartet.

Czech Travel Market
30–31 October 2019

The professional-only international travel trade fair is a business platform for travel agents, tour operators, destinations, carriers, hotels, and other service providers, as well as an opportunity to meet national tourism board representatives.

FMX Gladiator Games 2019
2 November 2019
The roar of engines, rising adrenaline levels, and electrifying atmosphere: that’s the largest freestyle motocross event. Spectators can look forward to a gripping show including gladiator games, the cream of the FMX scene, motorcycles, snowmobiles, a flying car, and other surprises.
St Martin’s feast
11 November 2019

The Feast of St Martin is a seasonal milepost which traditionally marked the end of the harvest period and the onset of winter. Come to Prague to taste the year’s young wine, served on St Martin’s Day for the first time since the harvest, along with the traditional meal of roast goose and potato griddlecakes.

PKF: Beethoven’s Ninth
13 November 2019

Prague has a new cultural and congress centre, built in the immediate vicinity of the O2 Arena. The very first classical music concert to be held in the new venue will be Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 with Ode to Joy. The iconic work will be performed by the PKF - Prague Philharmonia under the baton of Emmanuel Villaume, with the solo parts sung by Joyce El-Khoura, Stéphanie d´Oustrac, Simon O´Neill, and Dmitry Belosselsky.

The Rudolf Firkušný Piano festival
17–23 November 2019

The programme of the festival, whose international prestige continues to grow, promises exceptional musical experiences. The lineup includes such icons as Yevgeny Kissin and Marc-André Hamelin alongside the young Italian star Beatrice Rana, recently ranked one of the five pianists of the new “golden era“. The local music scene will be represented by Jan Bartoš, while jazz lovers can look forward to a concert by the celebrated pianist Aaron Diehl and his trio.

National Geographic: Symphony for Our World
14 December 2019

From the depths of the oceans, all the way up into the clouds – that’s the journey travelled by viewers of this unique 90-minute performance. A pairing of stunning National Geographic natural history footage with an original symphony and theme created by Emmy- and BAFTA-nominated Bleeding Fingers Music, it features music by composers Austin Fray and Andrew Christie.

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