Christmas lights make the atmosphere of the holiday unique and, at the same time, magical. Žluté lázně, an entertainment venue on the banks of the Vltava river, took advantage of the holiday season by lighting up its premises and cheering up hundreds, if not thousands, of people. Don’t pass up the opportunity to experience the fairytale that has arrived in Prague and to enjoy a winter filled with adventures. The exhibition is open until the end of January 2023; the event is closed on Christmas Eve.  Lightning up cities from 1997 Decoled, the company behind the Fairytale World at Žluté lázně, has been in operation for nearly two decades. In 1997, they introduced the notion of Christmas lights to Czechs, andRead more.

The Memorial of National Literature in Prague has rebranded and become the Museum of Literature, offering its visitors the marvelous opportunity to indulge in Czech history from a different point of view or language. The museum is open every day except for Monday, the holy day for all cultural organizations, from 10.00 to 18.00. It is a great place to make a connection with Prague, or the Czech Republic as a whole, on a different, much deeper level. Still, is this something to discover in Prague during the Christmas holidays? Join us on the literature adventure with great Czech authors, including Čapek, Hrabal, Kundera, and other representatives of classical literature.  History Corner The Museum of Literature in Prague has aRead more.

The Invisible Exhibition provides a one-of-a-kind opportunity for people to trust themselves and their senses while viewing everyday life from a different perspective. Nature provides four senses for visitors: touch, hearing, scent, and balance, but not eyesight. Are you up for a challenge? The exhibition runs throughout December, making it a perfect activity for Christmas.  Invisible Exhibition: The Idea Behind It The idea behind the interactive exhibition is truly inspiring: live the life of a blind person for one hour. During this time, the participant will go around the dark room, test their senses of touch and smell, and try some daily activities.  “It is a unique interactive journey to an invisible world where, in total darkness, you find yourRead more.