With the fall of the first leaf, autumn knocked at the door of Prague’s streets with its main character—the pumpkin. We are excited to indulge ourselves with the legendary taste of pumpkin spice latte, pumpkin pie with cream on top, and pumpkin soup with some pieces of bacon.  But where to get the pumpkin for all these goodies, or to see the most fabulous pumpkins in town? We have a solution for you: visit the Prague Botanic Garden and its fabulous autumn-inspired exhibition, Pumpkin Autumn.  The installation runs from October 14, 2022, to October 30, 2022, from 9 AM to 7 PM. Pumpkin Exhibition: a Quick Overview Pumpkin Autumn is one of the favorite events hosted by the Botanical Garden, withRead more.

Pálenkafest is not the average festival in Prague featuring the local gastronomy and beverages industry. Pálenkafest goes beyond it by representing the culture and spirit of the Czech Republic with the help of pálenka. The festival will run all day on October 8, 2022, and will be your reason to get the taste of the Czech Republic and day drink without any excuses.  What’s pálenka?  Pálenka is the common word for “spirits.” In Eastern European culture, pálenka is usually associated with distillate or a noble spirit. In most cases, it is a spirit created “by distilling fermented mash, which is prepared from crush fruits or another part of plants.” In other words, pálenka is a homemade spirit with various fruits,Read more.

The October Beer and Food Fest, inspired by Oktoberfest, full of beer and sausages, take place in Pivovar Strahov this Saturday, October 1, 2022. The organizers of the event shared a love for beer and delicious food and could not resist celebrating the event along with their neighbors from Germany. Swing by Sv. Norbert this Saturday and taste the best of Bavarian cuisine.  Oktoberfest: A quick history lesson  Oktoberfest is the world’s largest beer festival, combined with a traveling carnival, happening in Munich, Bavaria, every year. Sadly, the festival has been canceled for the last two years due to the coronavirus restriction. Yet, this year will be something special, as Oktoberfest organizers in Bavaria promised.  Generally speaking, it lasts approximatelyRead more.