What to do in Prague in July?

FIFA World Cup in Prague

Are you coming to Prague in July 2014? Looking for advices on what to do? Here you can see some of the cool events, festivals and activities waiting for you.

FIFA World Cup

FIFA World Cup in PragueFirst of all June and July 2014 are the months for the World Cup 2014. In other words there will be football on big screens around in town and football on the screens on all the sports pubs around town. If you want to see the World Cup 2014 on screen in Prague, then these are some of the sports pubs you could/should visit:

  • Dubliner Irish Bar, Tyn 1, Old Town, Prague 1
  • O Che Bar, Liliova 14, Old Town, Prague 1
  • Sherwood Restaurant & Bar, Opletalova 19, New Town, Prague 1
  • Tipgames Sports Bar, Ve Smeckach 12, New Town, Prague 1

For full schedule on the FIFA World Cup, visit watchworldcup.net.

Money exhibition

We have earlier written an article on the money exhibition, but if you come to town before July 15th, make sure to get to know more about the history of money!

Prague Proms

This is a classical music festival which will be going on from June 20th until July 20th. The event is arranged by the Czech National Symphony Orchestra and there will be concerts held in some of the nicest buildings in Prague, for example in the Municipal House.

Bigman Festival

The Bigman festival is a tradition in Prague and it is arranged on July 4th and 5th in 2014. It is a mixture of a Terrain Triathlon and Long Distance Triathlon and if you are an action person with lots of muscles, this might be attractive to you.

Metallica concert

On July 8th it is time for the Metallica concert in Prague.

Folklore days

From July 24th till July 28th there will be folklore days in Prague. During these days there will be performances on open air stages on the Old Town Square and at the Wenceslas square.

These are some of the most important and coolest events taking place in Prague in July. In addition we can always recommend a beer dinner and one of the many river cruises available!

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