Things to do this weekend in Prague


Find out what is going on this weekend in Prague. We bring you a selection of the best events and things to do this weekend in Prague.


Garden party Under the Magnolia

Saturday marked by the magical scent of beautiful magnolias! Garden party Under the Magnolia will bring you a day full of concerts, poetry, workshops, or exhibitions. Take your children, friends, loved ones, and come and enjoy, under the beautiful magnolia, the last warm days of this year.


Prague biojarmark 2020 

A market full of bio food! Prague biojarmark 2020 will be held in Prague this Saturday, organized by Eco-Farmers from all over the region! The freshest organic vegetables, fruits, and many other crops and products await you. Meat and vegan lovers and all those who care about the origin of the food they eat will be pleased.


Architecture Day

Even this year is coming an Architecture Day, which many of us have been waiting for. There will be over eighty events on the theme of the festival, and the best ones will take place this weekend! This year will be specially devoted to topics of ecology or social issues.


Soup season in Prague

Manifesto Market comes to Prague again in the autumn and brings with it a 4-day soup festival. You will be introduced to the best chefs from fine restaurants. They will prepare for you various traditional soup specialties from different parts of the world. You can taste soups like tomato soup with emmental or goat cheese and croûtons, roasted sweet potato soup garnished with maple syrup, balsamic reduction and toasted pumpkin seeds and many more.


VEGANGRILL mobile bistro

Vegangrill is already a traditional part of the Farmers' Markets, which are very popular every year. Vegangrill is a name for a mobile bistro that focuses on preparing street food, but in a different way. It determines the trends of how to eat better and especially healthier. Come and taste healthy burgers and other delicacies that will be prepared with love.


The mystery of the St. Haštal

Church of St. Haštal is located in the Old Town. To this day, this part retains a touch of mystery. This place also enchanted many writers and artists, including Jaroslav Foglar, who placed the story of his books here. Come and get to know not only the church, but also the surroundings. You will be accompanied by a tourist guide who will tell you many secrets and attractions that are associated with this place.


Biomarket Prague

We invite all enthusiasts of organic products to the Biomarket, which will take place on the premises of the National Agricultural Museum this Saturday, October 3. You can look forward to a rich selection of organic fruits, vegetables, herbs, jams and meat. In addition to this offer, you can also participate in interesting workshops. Come and buy quality and fresh food.


Bonsai in the heart of Europe

The Botanical Garden in Prague invites everyone to an exhibition of bonsai, which takes place for the first time in its premises. At this exhibition you can admire interesting specimens not only from various Czech regions but also from surrounding countries. In addition, if you like some of them, you can also buy selected species. Be sure not to miss this interesting exhibition in the beautiful surroundings of the Botanical Garden.


Mole’s fairytale forest

Mole Fairy Forest - an event for all children who love fairy tales. Children can look forward to various competitions that will be adapted to their age. After completing all the competition tasks, awaits them Krtko's diploma. As part of the program, later is also planned toasting the sausages. Parents come with the children and experience together a great day full of fun!



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