LocationEvents in Prague
Discover the most exciting events in Prague below. Make Vintage Design Hotel Sax your base for enjoying a concert or festival in Prague.
The Golden Lane Re-opened!
Do you want to see a street where houses are so small that they fit more to dwarfs than to people? Do you want know what the smallest street in Prague look like? Then you shouldn’t miss the Golden Lane (Zlata Ulicka) in the complex of Prague Castle.
The street full of small houses built in Mannerism style at the end of the 16th century. The Golden Lane in Prague is re-opened from 1st June 2011 again. You can visit this smallest street in Prague daily from 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM. We hope you will enjoy it!
Prague's Ball Season
5 Jan - 27 Mar 2012
Dancing the waltz is an essential skill to have in Prague. The Ball Season brightens up the dark winter nights at Prague's grandest venues, including the Lucerna Palace's Marble Hall. Expect anything from your traditional affair to the local Policeman's ball.
10Feb – 21 Feb 2012
Held throughout the city centre, Prague's Bohemian Carnival features more than allegorical costumes. Divided into four sections, the programme includes evening parties, art shows, food events and Candelion - Grand Defilé, a spectacular street event with lanterns and masks.
One World Film Festival
06 – 15 Mar 2012
Prague's One World Film Festival promotes documentary film-making by inviting audiences of thousands to cinema screenings. With its current affairs topics it aims "to expose abuses, encourage dignity, inspire solidarity and foster mutual understanding." Lucerna Cinema is the main festival centre.
22 Mar – 30 Mar 2012
Originally a small event held in two cinemas in Prague, the Febiofest now screens approximately 4000 feature, short, documentary, experimental and animated films throughout the Czech capital. A music festival and art installations run alongside the film festival.
Prague Half Marathon
31 Mar 2012
The Prague Half Marathon attracts major international athletes and is also open to amateur runners, although there is a three-hour time limit! The course is lined with groups of musicians and entertainers, so you don't have to run to have fun.
The route starts and finishes in the historical city centre, right next to the Jewish Quarter.