13 Sep Top 6 Autumn festivals in Prague
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During Autumn, the beauty of Prague is unending, as its cultural agenda! The city hosts an impressive calendar of festivals and events dedicated to history, arts, fashion, music and gastronomy… The ideal opportunity to fall in love with the very essence of Czech Republic.
What can we do this autumn in Prague?
Designblok in Prague
26th – 30th October 2017
The Prague International Design Festival is one of the largest design events of Czech Republic, also called Designblok. For 4 days, the best Czech design and fashion talents exhibit their creations to the public.
This event is perfect for all those visitors looking for the latest fashion trends! Original clothing, furniture and furnishing to fill your suitcase back home.
Dvořák Prague International Music Festival
3rd – 23rd September 2017
The Dvořák Prague International Music Festival is a must visit if you want to live Prague’s music history.
The Czech composer Antonín Dvořák was one of the most influential figures of all times. During this festival, Prague celebrates the contribution of this composer with several concertsperformed in different venues across the city.
Classical music fans can not miss this event! An annual highlight with an extensive programme.
Undoubtedly, Prague is a city with an immense music culture. You can be delighted by its musicin every single corner. We show you here a selection of places for your upcoming visit to “The City of Music”.
Festival Prague Crossroads
2nd – 8th October 2017
In 2016, the zero edition of the Festival Prague Crossroads took place with the objective to mark what would have been the 80th birthday of former Czech president and playwright Václav Havel.
This 2017, the festival continues in the same direction. A cultural event with a rescindable program here available that follows the activist legacy of Václav Havel of reflecting the reality of our current situation. Theater lovers will enjoy dramatic themes that move today’s Europe.
Signal Festival in Prague
12th – 15th October 2017
The SIGNAL Festival is considered the largest cultural event in the Czech Republic. This exciting event integrates light, art and urban space across extraordinary Prague venues, such as the Dancing House, the Old Town Square, the Church of St. Ludmila, Charles Bridge, Museum Kampa, Petřín Lookout Tower or the Metronome, Střelecký Island, Klementinum and Náměstí Míru Square.
Four evenings full of visual arts and technologies to transform the public space of Prague into a gleaming gallery at night.
Unique Fashion Week in Prague
2017 program in progress
Unique Fashion Week (UFW) in Prague has been one of the most successful events of fashion in Central Europe. The show highlights the latest fashion trends! Both local designers and international brands showcase their newest collections.
This 2017 visitors will find brands such as Bulgari, Dolce & Gabbana, Emilio Pucci, French Connection, Christian Louboutin, La Perla, Swarovski, Barbora Kubickova, Denisa Dovalova, Jana Jurcenko or Karolina Otevrelova.
Karen Milen collection at the Unique Fashion Week in Prague, 2016. Copyright Unique Fashion Week via Official Facebook
Whisky Life! Prague
3rd – 4th November 2017
The Whisky Life! Prague festival offers a unique experience for all its visitors.
“Over 150 different whiskies to choose from. Masterclasses, where whisky experts will guide you through a tasting of their handpicked whiskies. Live music, bag pipes, kilts, cigars, food… Boredom will not be an option here!”
An advanced reservation is needed to attend all the masterclasses, even if they are free of charge
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