The dates for the Christmas markets in Prague in 2019 are finally here. Are you planning to visit Prague for the annual Christmas markets in 2019? Find the dates and all other information you need about the Christmas markets here.
It always feels strange to start writing about the Christmas markets in Prague in the middle of the summer, but that is normally when the dates for the Christmas markets are released, and thus, we have to leave our summer atmosphere and think of cold weather, hot wine, and Christmas markets instead. So, what are the dates for the Christmas markets in Prague in 2019?
Dates for the 2019 Christmas markets in Prague
Christmas market at the Old Town Square November 30th, 2019 – January 6th, 2020
Christmas market at the Wenceslas square November 30th, 2019 – January 6th, 2020
These are the dates that you need to pay attention to. You will find all sorts of dates and information on other websites, but these are the official dates, so when you book your flight ticket or reserve a hotel room, make sure that you spend some days in Prague during the actual dates of the Christmas markets.
You might find some smaller markets around here and there in Prague, but these are the two biggest and most popular markets. You should be aware of the fact that it can get really crowdy at these markets, especially on the opening day of the Christmas markets, and also during the evenings.
Would you like to visit Prague for the Czech Beer Festival in 2019? When will it be arranged? Here you can find the dates for the festival and much more!
Until now, the Czech Beer Festival has lasted for 17 days and started quite early in May. But, from 2019 changes are coming. It will start one week later than it normally does, and it will last almost two weeks more. In other words, in 2019, you can enjoy the Czech Beer Festival for an entire month!
Would you like to taste a whole lot of amazing Czech beer, but not at the beer festival? Take a part in our Czech Beer Dinner taking place in a fantastic and authentic local restaurant in the center of Prague!
Would you like to enjoy the Easter Market in Prague in 2019? Here are the dates and more information about this upcoming event!
The Christmas markets in Prague are amazing. The Easter markets might not be just as nice, simply because it is more sun and brighter, which means you miss out on the beautiful market by night feeling. But, still – the Easter Markets in Prague are absolutely worth visiting!
Easter Market dates for Prague in 2019
In 2019, the Easter Markets in Prague will be arranged between April 7th and April 28th. The main markets will be located at the Old Town Square and at the Wenceslas square, both located in the heart of Prague!
At the Easter Market you can buy all sorts of handicraft, but for most people, it is all about eating and drinking lots of traditional and tasty food and drinks!
The stands at the Easter Market normally open around 10.00 in the morning, and they remain open until quite late in the evening, also depending on the amount of people actually visiting the Easter markets.
In 2018, Prague Coffee Festival will be arranged for the seventh time in Prague. This is the number one place for coffee lovers, professional baristas, coffee shop owners, coffee “beginners”, and everyone else to meet up and to learn more about their passion.
The first Coffee Festival was arranged in 2012. It was created to promote coffee culture, and to be a place of getting together for those in love with coffee.
Drinking a good quality coffee today isn’t as easy as it once was. There are lots of techniques in use, and there are new trends, also in the brewing business. At the Coffee Festival in Prague you will get a chance to learn more about the different techniques, and of course taste the best coffees available in Prague at the moment.
There will be an entrance fee to take part in the festival (at least they mention tickets at their homepage). These are not available for sale yet, but visit the website as the festival dates draw near.
Would you like to check out the Coffee Festival? Or are you more interested in events like the Signal Festival?
Do you have too much time for your stay in Prague (is that even possible)? You could consider a day excursion to some other city in the Czech Republic as well. There are lots of destinations worth visiting, for example, Pilsen, Cesky Krumlov, Brno, and many others!
Would you like to see Prague in a way few tourists will ever see it? Come to Prague for the Signal Festival, arranged for the sixth time in October 2018.
In the days from October 11th till October 14th (Thursday to Sunday), the city of Prague and many of its building will be turned into masterpieces of light in the evenings. The Signal Festival will be arranged for the sixth time in Prague. The festival calls itself the largest cultural festival in the Czech Republic, and it supposedly caused more than 2 million people to attend one of its events during the five years it has existed so far. Most of the things happening can be seen for free, and the event is sponsored by the local and the national government (among others).
Having a hard time understanding what the Signal festival is about? Take a look at the pictures and get a better understanding.
Does it sound and look nice? This is a perfect chance for the creative artists of the Czech Republic to live out their creativity. It is also the chance for photographers to practice their skills and to make awesome photos.
Prague has some amazing Christmas markets, and the most famous of them all are located at the Wenceslas Square and at the Old Town Square.
At these Christmas markets you can buy all sorts of products, most of them hand-made, and nice to bring home as souvenirs. There are also lots of stands at which you can buy traditional Czech food and drinks, and of course sweet stuff like chimney cakes, Czech muffins, and more!
Prague Christmas markets in 2018
The Christmas markets in Prague will open on December 1st in 2018, and they will stay open until January 6th in 2019. That means that they open later than most other markets in Europe, but they stay open for a longer time.
It is important to know that the Christmas markets in Prague are extremely popular. You should be prepared for giant crowds, and you will often walk in a line as you walk in the small streets connecting the Christmas market at the Old Town square with the Christmas market at Wenceslas square.
And do not forget to be early with your bookings in this period. With tens of thousands of tourists coming to town, it can often get packed at beer dinners, river cruises, and other similar programs. We normally have capacity for airport transfers all the time, but it never hurts to book your airport transfer well in advance either! Look around in the Prague Guide for further information!
Are you a vegetarian? Then you should visit Vegefest 2018 in Prague. Are you interested in self-sustaining living? Vegefest 2018 is for you!
Vegefest is an annual event in Prague that is arranged in the Vysehrad Castle. It will be for the 8th time in 2018, and it is getting more and more attention. It is very important to understand that Vegefest isn’t a festival for vegetarians only, as the festival give a lot of focus also on the topic of sustainable living. Some of the topics that will be covered in the different workshops during the festival are permaculture, zero waste, alternative sources of energy, and other similar cultures. These are very interesting and very important topics in today’s world, making this a place worth visiting, also for meat-lovers like us (Prague Guide editors).
As a visitor to the Vegefest, you can buy tasty vegetarian food, or maybe drink some biological and vegan smoothies or other drinks. But, do not forget to check out the different workshops to learn more about living an alternate life that is better for yourself, your surroundings, and for the universe itself.
There is an entrance fee to enter the festival area, and it will cost 100 CZK. Included in the entry fee is the necessary cutlery which is made of bamboos.
Are you a fan of hamburgers? Do not miss out on the Burgerfest 2018 which will be arranged in Prague on September 8th and 9th.
Have you tasted a Big Mac and now you believe that you know everything there is to know about hamburgers? You are very, very, very wrong! If you come to Burgerfest 2018 in Prague, you will understand what we are talking about.
This is supposedly the largest hamburger festival in all of Europe, so all hamburger lovers should come to this place. Not only can you taste fantastic burgers, but you can also enjoy concerts on both days. The most famous artist to perform is Lord Bishop. Besides him. you can also listen to Monna Abraxas and quite some others.
The Burgerfest has been an annual event in Prague since 2012, and it is running under the auspices of the US Embassy. It should also be mentioned that the BBQ Pit Boys in the USA is supporting the event.
One of the goals of the festival is to show that hamburgers are much more than cheap and poor fast food. This is the place for those who want real quality as they eat the hamburger.
Looking forward to Burgerfest 2018?
The entrance fee is 100 CZK. You will then be entitled to enter the festival area on both days. It is free to enter for children under 120cm, and those who are disabled.
The festival area is open from 10.00 till 23.00 in the evening on Saturday, and from 10.00 till 20.00 on Sunday.
Burgerfest 2018 is arranged in Exhibition Ground Holesovice in Prague. You can travel to the area by tram 12, 17, and 24. You can also travel to the area with metro C to the stop „Nádraží Holešovice.“
For the tenth year, visitors to Prague can enjoy the French Market in Prague in the period between July 11th and July 15th.
During these days, visitors to the Kampa area (close to the Charles Bridge) can get a taste of French culture. Not only can they taste lots of French wine, including organic wine, but they can also taste and buy French oils, French food like cheese, sausages, ham, and of course the delicious pancakes), and so much more. It is a delightful place to go if you want a taste of France in the Paris of the East.
There will also be lots of French music and artists performing during the festival, so you can easily spend hours in the festival area as you drink, eat, and listen to all sorts of French music.