With the easing of coronavirus restrictions, plenty of magnificent cultural places opened their door again for the first time from October 2020. Forum Karlín is not the exception to this rule. Discover which exhibitions you can visit there and which events worth your time!  What is Forum Karlín?  Forum Karlín is a multi-functional complex that unites masterpieces in the Prague 8, an emerging metropolis. The center is known for its approach towards modern architecture and its trends, which are developing rapidly.  In the past, the building was used as a boiling steam boiling factory. Later, Ricardo Bofill, Spanish architecture, reconstructed it and made it a more industrial look.  In 2021, Forum Karlín is a space for great exhibitions, events, concerts,Read more.

Opposing paths must meet somewhere  say the representatives of the DOX What is DOX? The Czech Republic’s largest autonomous contemporary art institution opened to the public in 2008 thanks to a private initiative. A disused factory in Prague’s  Holešovice district has been transformed into a cutting-edge modern architecture example. Exhibition spaces, the DOX+ multipurpose hall, the Gulliver Airship, a design shop, a bookstore, and the Fine Art Archive are all available.  Exhibition: On Love On Love is the first public exhibition of Siegfried Herz’s art, including paintings, drawings, photographs, and films. In fact, Herz has only shown his art to a few of his closest friends and family members up until now.  Nonetheless, his work is highly current and timely,Read more.


The Czech Republic has quite a few funny, entertaining, or even historically significant cartoons that might be of interest of you. Take a look at our list of the most famous Czech cartoons you should consider introducing your child to! Krtek One of the most popular Сzech cartoons is Krtek, The Little Mole. It was created by a talented Zdeněk Miler and premiered at the Venice Film Festival in 1957. The first episode was awarded two Golden Lions. The mole became a recognizable character not only in the Czech Republic but also around the globe. If you stroll around Prague, you might notice plenty of toys, games, and presents with sweet Krtek. The cartoon has almost no sound, which allows forRead more.