March 2023 in Prague

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March 2023 in Prague

Top things to do in Prague in March 2023. The new month brings lots of new and amazing events to Prague! Check out our selection of the 10 best events taking place in Prague in March.
 
1. Festival of Delicate Flavours
2. Mattihas Pilgrimage
3. Orchids Exhibition
4. Spring Dyzajn market
5. Motocykl Prague
6. Soup Festival
7. SWAP Prague
8. Farmers' market in Pankrác
9. Holiday World & Region World Exhibition
10. Festival One World in Prague

 

1. Festival of Delicate Flavours

If you like food festivals, the Festival of Delicate Tastes will take place on Sunday 19 March at the New Town Hall. Traditional and non-traditional dishes from different parts of the world, as well as quality coffee, delicious wines and other beverages await you. In addition, you will have the opportunity to taste a variety of dishes such as Belgian fries, sweet churros, pork buns, curries, homemade bacon, sausages, jams and wine. The festival is for anyone who wants to spend a relaxed Sunday with friends, family or just wander around historic Prague and enjoy some delicious food.

 

Festival delikátních chutí

 

2. Matthias Pilgrimage

The pre-Easter season brings the famous Matějská pilgrimage to Prague this year! From 25 February to 10 April you can look forward to traditional and new foreign attractions that will keep you entertained for the whole day. Come to the Prague Exhibition Grounds where you will be able to choose from carousels, swings, bouncy castles, car racing and much more. In addition to these attractions, you can head to the fast food stalls where you can buy something to eat or go for the usual gingerbread hearts or buy toys.

 

Matějská pouť 2023

 

3. Orchids Exhibition

As every year in March, an orchid exhibition awaits all flower lovers at the Prague Botanical Garden. From 3 March to 19 March, the exhibition will present the plant (orchid) wealth of Vietnam. The orchid exhibition in the Fata Morgana greenhouse will also enliven the atmosphere of Tết Nguyên Đán (Vietnamese New Year). What's more, like every year, the stock greenhouse will also host a sale for visitors who succumb to the magic of orchids.

 

Výstava orchidejí

 

4. Spring Dyzajn market

For those who want to support local creators from the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Austria and Germany, the Prague Exhibition Centre will once again host the spring edition of the Design Market. During this weekend (11-12 March), visitors will have the opportunity to purchase original works from designers of jewellery, accessories, handbags and backpacks, art objects, porcelain, decorations, fashion toys or stationery. In addition, you can come and enjoy fine coffee, sweet and savoury treats, drinks and the right food for carnivores and vegans.

 

Jarní Dyzajn market

 

5. Motocykl Prague

Are you ready for new and famous machines of world brands, motorcycle legends or a collection of motorcycle fashion? If so, don't hesitate and come to PVA EXPO Praha Letňany in the first week of March (2nd to 5th March), where Motocykl Prague festival awaits you. You can also look forward to a packed programme that includes various lectures, shows, presentations of new innovations in the field of safe driving, stunt performances, competitions and much more.

 

Motocykl Praha

 

6. Polívkování Soup Festival in Prague

We have a tip for all foodies. Visit the Smíchov Embankment this Saturday (12 March), where another year of the popular Polívkování will take place. You will be warmed not only by traditional soups such as potato soup, kulajda, cabbage soup, lentil soup, pumpkin soup, dumpling soup or honest broths, but also soups from all over the world, such as Russian borscht, Mexican chips, Malaysian laksa, French bouillabaisse, Vietnamese pho, Moroccan harira or the increasingly popular Japanese ramen. For vegetarians or vegans, there will be a wide selection of vegetable creams and legume soups. There is definitely something for everyone!

 

Polívkování v Praze

 

7. SWAP Prague

If you have clothes or other items at home that you no longer need or want to buy something new, you will have the opportunity on Sunday, March 26! The event will take place in Zrno Zrnko (Prague 4 - Nusle), where you can bring clothes, household items, accessories, decorations, drugstore, sports equipment, unsuitable gifts, books and other small items. For a reward, you can take away other things that will come in handy. Come and support the idea of sustainable sharing, not buying, recycling and upcycling.

 

SWAP Praha

 

8. Farmers' market in Pankrác

Are you also a fan of farmers' markets? And are you looking for places to buy fresh food and vegetables. Visit the farmers' markets in Prague at the Arkády Pankrác shopping centre every Wednesday from 1 March to 25 October! You can support farmers and buy local produce, quality vegetables, meat, cheese and dairy products and support local producers. In addition, you will have the opportunity to buy other local products such as flowers, baked goods, jams, herbs, spices, eggs, honey, as well as seasonal products.

 

Farmářské trhy na Pankráci

 

9. Holiday World & Region World Exhibition

Would you like to travel around the world? Come to PVA EXPO PRAGUE this weekend. The 31st edition of the traditional Holiday World & Region World trade fairs will take place this month from 17 to 19 March at the famous PVA EXPO PRAHA exhibition center in Prague's Letňany. The national tourist headquarters of traditional European countries and distant destinations such as America, Asia and Africa will display and promote their countries. The organizers have also prepared various quizzes and competitions for visitors.

 

Veletrh Holiday World

 

10. Festival Jeden svět in Prague

In the last week of March, Prague will host the world's largest festival of human rights documentaries, One World! From 22 to 30 March, come to various Prague cinemas to see 90 documentaries focusing on human rights, human rights violations and the issues facing society today that the festival cannot ignore - whether it's the war in Ukraine, the energy crisis or climate change. In addition, you can look forward to an extended debate programme or a virtual reality film showcase.

 

Festival Jeden svět

Photo by Valeria Semenova (Prague’s bridges)
 
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