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.


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.