Karlín Coffee Festival offers the one and only remedy for coffee addicts: an event full of caffeine and warm memories. The festival starts on a lazy Sunday (September 18, 2022) and will last till the last roast of the coffee. Undoubtedly, the coffee smell will be your wake-up call this day!  What is the Karlín Coffee Festival?  Karlín Coffee Festival is a place that unites people with one vulnerability—the love for coffee. At the festival, you can smell not love but coffee in the air as multiple venues and gurus will gather together in  Karlínské náměstí to show off their best coffee-infused drinks.  Hot cappuccinos and lattes will have a battle with cold brews and iced americanos. Both versions willRead more.

The Ratha-Yatra festival, full of vivid colors and emotions, is back on the crowded roads of Prague for the 15th time in a row. Celebrate the feast with close friends, enjoy the authentic atmosphere of Indian culture, and taste its cuisine.  So, save the date to celebrate the feast—this Sunday, July 3, 2022. What is Ratha-Yatra? Ratha-Yatra is a traditional Indian festival celebrated worldwide by thousands, if not millions, of people. It was initially devoted to Lord Jagannath, known as the Lord of the Universe, on his journey to his aunt’s house. That is why you might hear some people refer to this event as a ‘car festival.’ People celebrate Ratha-Yatra in various ways, yet we will cover the most traditionalRead more.


One World Film Festival brings documentaries with a focus on human rights from all around the world. This year the festival’s program will run from 11 to 22 September in Aero, Atlas, Bio Oko, Evald, and Svetozor. Originally, the festival was supposed to happen in March but it was interrupted by the coronavirus outbreak and total lockdown in the Czech Republic. One World respects the new safety rules like wearing face masks and using free disinfectors. They promise that all the areas will be disinfected as well. Environmentalism and humanity’s effect on nature will become the main topic this year. One World wants to concentrate on the importance of the climate change issue, as well as human rights problems, andRead more.