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  • Apr 20, 2020 Prague Botanical Garden opens on Monday
    After consultation with the Czech Ministry of Health, the City of Prague has decided to open the botanical garden’s outdoor exposition to the public on Monday, the 20th of April.
  • Apr 13, 2020 Buy vegetables from takeaway windows in the Prague Market
    After the closure of the popular vegetable market in Hall 22 of the Prague Market due to the coronavirus pandemic measures, the authorities have allowed fresh produce to be sold safely through takeaway windows.
  • Mar 27, 2020 Earth Hour in Prague
    The lights will go out in ten major buildings to highlight the importance of the climate in the past, present and future.
  • Mar 21, 2020 Closure of Prague Zoo
    As of 13 March Prague Zoo will be closed to the public until further notice. Thank you for your understanding. 

  • Mar 20, 2020 Matějská, the biggest funfair in the Czech Republic, temporarily closes
    The traditional Matějská funfair, which started at the Prague Exhibition Grounds on the 22nd of February, is temporarily closed due to emergency measures related to the coronavirus.
  • Mar 13, 2020 Febiofest cancellation
    The International Film Festival Prague, Febiofest 2020, which was to be held in Prague from the 19th to the 27th of March, is cancelled due to the emergency measures in place to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
  • Mar 13, 2020 Prague Castle closes public spaces
    Public spaces and exhibitions in Prague Castle are closed until further notice from the 11th of March 2020.
  • Mar 10, 2020 Goethe-Institut screening of a German drama
    ‘Greetings from Fukushima’ is a German drama which will be screened on the 11th of March in the Goethe-Institut in Prague. The award-winning film deals with the consequences of a nuclear disaster and interpersonal relationships.
  • Mar 9, 2020 Latvian dancers in Prague
    X10 Theatre will feature the Latvian dance performance ‘Labrys’ on the 10th of March, as part of the ‘Spectaculare’ festival. Two million people live in Latvia, and it currently has nine professional, and at least two hundred amateur and semi-professional, theatre groups. Unfortunately, Latvian theatre is not often shown in the Czech Republic, so theatregoers, especially those interested in dance theatre, should not miss this opportunity.

  • Mar 6, 2020 Soup festival on Vltava riverbank
    Soups from all over the world can be tasted during this year’s annual popular Polívkování festival, which will take place on the 7th of March on the Vltava riverbank (‘Náplavka’ in Czech) in Smíchov, Prague. Come and enjoy all-time favourites and try out lesser-known soup recipes from all over the world.
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