Current Affairs

Febiofest

From March 17 to 25 Febiofest For nine days, the multiplex Cinestar Anděl in Prague-Smíchov will house the 23rd Febiofest International Film Festival. There will be more than 400 showings to attract audiences and critics, with the best films of the moment, including four...

Classic&Jazz

21 March Classic&Jazz The Maestro, Walter Attanasi, is going to present the Classic & Jazz concert event again, that will take place in the Suk Hall of the Rudolfinum in Prague, where the Director conducts the Czech Virtuosi chamber orchestra and the violinist and...

Holiday World

From February 18 to 21 Holiday World Holiday World, the Tourism Fair in Prague reaches its 25th year, and is the most important exhibition of the tourism sector in Central Europe. From the 18th to the 21st of February, around 700 exhibitors from 50...

Masks, dance and slivovice: the Masopust

A travel into the most traditional carnival of Bohemia Under a pale mid-February sun, masks are gathered, the processions are formed, giving life to a musical band. The cold stings, but the spirits are already buoyed by generous doses of slivovice, even though it...

The ancient mosaics of Ravenna

From 12 February to March 30 The ancient mosaics of Ravenna The Italian Cultural Institute in Prague is hosting the exhibition “The ancient mosaics of Ravenna” that displays the rare mosaic heritage of Ravenna with faithful copies of the originals, derived from the Mausoleum...

Karel Janeček, the one who stirs the Czech goulash

We interview Karel Janeček, a genius of creative finance, who decided to fight corruption in the Czech Republic with a revolutionary electoral system. “D21 can be understood as a change from “DOS to Windows”. Once implemented, it will bring a qualitatively better selection of...

Carneval in Prague

From January 29 to February 9 Carneval in Prague The Carnevale Praha festival celebrates its tenth year with concerts, banquets, fashion shows and contests. It has brought folk traditions born in the Middle Ages, which later disappeared, back to the city. The Prague Carnival...

Notes of fire for Jan Palach

He committed suicide to protest against the Soviet invasion and over the years, the figure of Jan Palach has inspired a number of Italian musicians “When life came to a standstill in the square / the wounded crowd was sweating blood, when the flames,...

Laurin & Klement

From December 16 to March 27 Laurin & Klement The National Technical Museum in Prague celebrates the triple anniversary of Laurin & Klement cars with an exhibition. Their story began 120 years ago, in December 1895, when bookseller Václav Klement and mechanic Václav Laurin...

The dry Republic

Drought and climate change have become dramatic in Bohemia and Moravia. The time has come for Prague to rethink its strategy of management of the blue gold The Czech Republic is experiencing one of the worst droughts in the past 500 years, and to...