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  • May 30, 2020 Visitors head to Prague swimming pools Šutka and Strahov
    As part of the fourth wave of the release of coronavirus measures, both natural and artificial swimming pools (indoor and outdoor) are allowed to open. This also applies to Strahov swimming pool and Šutka water park, which both opened to visitors after a few months of closure on the 25th of May.
  • May 23, 2020 Art for the city
    As Prague would like to have as much public art as some other major cities, streets and other public spaces will be soon filled with work by various artists.
    The ‘Art for the City’ programme (‘Umění pro město’) will support the emergence of contemporary art in public spaces in the Czech capital.
  • May 23, 2020 Cosmos Discovery exhibition brings you on a space adventure
    The spectacular Cosmos Discovery exhibition in Křižík’s Pavilion E at the Prague Exhibition Grounds (‘Výstaviště Praha’) in Holešovice district in Prague 7 will guide you through the history of manned trips to space from their very beginnings to current and planned missions. You will not only experience the astronauts’ feelings, but also how the ground staff felt.
  • May 23, 2020 Czech Nature Photo Exhibition displays the best wildlife photography
    You have the opportunity to admire award-winning and selected photos from the Czech Nature Photo 2020 competition until the 28th of June. The Czech Nature Photo 2020 exhibition, which exhibits the best nature images by photographers from the Czech Republic and Slovakia, takes place in the Czech Photo Centre, 4 Seydlerova Street, Prague 5 - Nové Butovice.
  • May 23, 2020 Learn about Jewish history in Prague with reduced entrance fee
    The Jewish Museum is one of the most significant tourist destinations in Prague. Since its reopening after the closure due to the coronavirus pandemic, you can enjoy the world-famous sites and exhibitions for a reduced entrance fee for a limited time.
  • May 22, 2020 Abstract sculptures in Troja Château Gardens
    Prague City Gallery is slowly returning to normal operation after the closure due to the coronavirus pandemic. For example, visitors can admire ‘Colorbond’, a sculpture exhibition by Jan Kovářík, from mid-May.

    Troja Château Gardens belong to the most beautiful Baroque gardens in Prague. Art lovers can find many statues, rare decorative terracotta vases, pergolas, a maze and fountains there. Kovářík’s sculptures will give the garden’s visitors an additional artistic experience during the tourist season.
  • May 22, 2020 Cars on Smetanovo Embankment to be replaced by beer gardens and terraces
    Following in the footsteps of great cities such as Barcelona, Paris, Brussels, New York and Berlin, the city of Prague is planning to create more public space for pedestrians. The first new pedestrian zone will be created in part of the Smetanovo Embankment (‘Smetanovo nábřeží’). Car traffic towards Křížovnické Square near Charles Bridge will go through Divadelní and Karoliny Světlé streets instead.
  • May 21, 2020 New drive-in cinema at the Great Strahov Stadium
    The space near the Great Strahov Stadium is being put to good use, with a brand-new drive-in cinema. With a capacity of 120 cars, it is the largest drive-in cinema in Prague. Apart from film screenings, various cultural events will also take place here during the summer.
  • May 19, 2020 Enjoy space entertainment and education online
    Prague Planetarium has put together various entertaining and educational space-themed activities to help you get through the tedium of the enforced restrictions.

    Planetariums and observatories are places of never-ending curiosity, allowing you to get to know the universe from Earth.
  • May 17, 2020 Have a picnic at Prague Exhibition Grounds
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