As we head into the first weekend of November, here are our picks of things to do in Prague.
INDULGE: Prague Winter Sweet Festival
Prague Winter Sweet Festival will be held on November 5 from 10:00-19:00 in Hybernská 4. Get ready for the holiday season as you explore the festival and all their winter desserts. There will be winter editions of ice cream, gelato, donuts, macaroons, Christmas sweets, gingerbread, and more! There will also be a music and children’s corner with face painting. Tickets are 60 CZK and every entry ticket enters you into a raffle.
VISIT: Trade Fair Palace Tour
In collaboration with the Národní galerie v Praze, you can visit the Trade Fair Palace at Dukelských hrdinů 47, Prague 7 for a free guided tour on November 3 starting at 16:30. The guided tour is in English and is of the permanent exhibition of Art of the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries with art historian Alice Němcová and Markéta Ježková. The meeting point is at the cash desk of the Trade Fair Palace and starts promptly at 16:30.
EAT: Seafood Festival
The Spices Restaurant an Bar at the Mandarin Hotel has an exciting event for seafood lovers! A former monastery, the Mandarin Oriental Prague is a beautiful spot to dine. The hotel is just a short cobblestone walk to the Charles Bridge. From 12:00-23:00 on November 2-5 you can enjoy a unique and delicious seafood menu. For reservations and more information you can contact the restaurant at +420 233 088 750, visit the website or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
TOUR: Prague Castle
Prague Castle’s representatives room on day of open doors can be visited for free. On November 3-4 from 9:00-17:00 you can enter for free from Hradčany Square with security check at the entrance to the reception area will be established for visitors. You will learn about the history of the Office of the President of the Czech Republic and visit the representative rooms that underwent construction this past summer.
EXPERIENCE: Museum of Senses
The recently opened Museum of Senses just off Wenceslas Square offers an exciting exhibition of different optical illusions, distorted rooms and sound installations. Individual rooms and items are presented in a relaxing format, offering children the opportunity to grasp fresh and interesting ideas, new approaches in learning and perceive the world from a different angle.