Ice cream is the best remedy you could ever find for escaping the flaming temperatures that surround the capital of the Czech Republic. This weekend, on June 26, Ice Cream Fest will rock the grounds of the Exhibitions Hall (Výstaviště Praha) with its updated cultural program, full of unforgettable memories and lasting emotions.  Come and join us at the icy, fruity fest of the week!  Ice cream fest: juicy details  This is not the first time the ice cream festival has run the event. In fact, it is the eighth time of the fest, after two long and tiring years of the coronavirus pandemic, where we could not meet and greet each other at social events. That is also one ofRead more.

It’s that time of year again where everyone’s bundled up and not wanting to leave home unless it’s truly necessary. But what if I told you there were public ice skating rinks scattered throughout Prague? That kind of brightens the weather up a bit, don’t you think? As a generally inexpensive activity, gather up the gang and head out to a rink with some mulled wine instead of cat-sitting in front of the television! As for the ice skating rinks, here are a few that we know of so far: Ovocný trh Location: Ovocný trh, Prague 1 Price: FREE Rental: YES Opening times: 6.12.2011 – 31.1.2012 / Open Daily, 10:00 – 22:00 Tower Ice Park Location: Zizkov Tower, Mahlerovy sadyRead more.