Stanislav Libensky Award 2014

Stanislav Libenský is considered as the most outstanding Czech glasswork artist and pedagogist. His works created in collaboration with Jaroslava Brychtová are presented in museums and galleries all over the world. Besides his work, he was teaching at Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague and he was a director and pedagogist the School of Applied Arts for Glassmaking in Železný Brod where he lived and worked for the majority of of his life.

The exhibition takes place in Dancing House.


Blanka Matragi: Timeless / Return of the Phoenix

The world-famous fashion designer, Blanka Matragi, is coming to the Municipal House with a new exhibition, following up on her successful exhibition in 2006. This exhibition held in the Gaming Parlours will present primarily dresses and accessories but also glass, porcelain, sculptures, chandeliers and graphic art among others.

The exhibiton opens on October 7 till December 31, 2014.

Moscow City Ballet, Swan Lake

Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s ballet is perhaps the best known work in the world. The stage full of graceful ballerinas – swan – hovering above the peak “level” podium belongs to the very basics of ballet classics. The first swans sailed on the world stage as early as 1877.

Prague on November 30, 2014

Kylie – Kiss Me Once Tour 2014

The world famous pop star Kylie Minoque will be in Prague again in October 21st, 2014.

Cafe Royal

This caffe is actually not really a cafe: it’s a concept

What makes The ROYAL bar unique is that you will be seated in the heart of the theatre, allowing you to feast your eyes on the wonderful architecture on display. Our afternoon cafe offers visitors a unique experience and is open every day from 3 pm till 11 pm as well as during evenings when shows are on. The unique concept of recapturing the Art Deco interiors and glory of the First Czechoslovak Republic era dating back to 1929, was conceived by Czech designer Renata Slámková.

Israel Philharmonic

The famous Philharmonic Orchestra will be conducted by Zubin Mehta – the music by L. van Beethoven, W.A. Mozart, R. Strauss.

The Rudolfinum hall at 8pm on September 22nd, 2014

Prague in autumn

If you considering to visit Prague do not miss the month of September, which is great time to travel. Prague is turning to autumn and the Indian Spring is gorgerous.


Kavarna Archa Barista

Newly opened Cubist cafe / shop / gallery in one offers snacks and high quality coffee in a beautiful cubist interior. The building was designed by Josef Gočár in at that time a new architectural style of Rondo Cubism. This style is also known as the National style or Arch Cubism and the term Czech Art Deco is used as well.

Mincovna Restaurant / The Mint Restaurant

Newly opened Bohemian style restaurant offering old Bohemian cuisine which is a bit lighter than the traditional Czech. The food is beautifully presented with perfectly sised portions and of course, the Pilsner Urquel comes from the tank.

Ryby & Chips

Fish and chips aren’t exactly fancy cuisine, but it does have a vast legion of fans. When done well, it can be good quick meal for those on the run or people nostalgic for a taste of home. A new shop called Ryby & Chips opened up just before Christmas at Myslíkova 18, offering a very no-frills service. Currently there are a few shelves along the wall where patrons can stand and eat. Seats are set to arrive soon, though, according to the venue’s Facebook page.

Cafe Imperial

The Café Imperial has always been a busy and well-visited place. Throughout the years it was a social gathering spot for guests from all walks of life. Now the tradition continues…The successful reconstruction has on the one hand added a touch of class to this place, but on the other still keeps the unforgettable atmosphere of the Grand Café.  Be it breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea or a private party, our staff will take care of every detail. The menu is a blend of Czech cuisine and some of the Chef’s signature dishes.