Sit back, relax and enjoy what is happening around you ... That's all, what the creators of this new motion picture technology can say about the 4DX cinemas, which are spreading all over the world. This year it also came to Czech Republic, Prague!
What do you know about the animals nightlife? Have you ever seen what do the animals do at night? The Prague Zoo offers you special tours with a guard after closing time. Do not hesitate and visit with your children or friends the Prague Zoo Friday or Saturday evening!
Prague Semmering is a name given to a railway leading from the city centre to its district Repy. With its mountainous character, steep climbing and two viaducts it crosses, it evokes the Semmering mountain railway between Vienna and Graz in Austria. The ride with the Prague rail motor coach provides a fascinating experience, offered by a very few capital cities throughout the world. The Prague rail motor coach operates every Saturday, Sunday and public holiday till the end of October.
The orangery in the Royal Garden at Prague Castle is used for growing exotic plants, especially citruses. The orangery was designed by the British-Czech architect Eva Jiricna. Jiricna's unique high-tech architecture contrasts with its historical surroundings. Integrated into the Orangery are the original Renaissance wall, along with Plecnik's basin and Rothmayer's fountain. Heat, ventilation, and the blinds are automatically regulated by computer, according to internal climactic needs.
Huge thanks to the Kampa Museum for organizing Scarfe´s exhibition, “Pink Floyd in Prague”. Gerald Scarfe is a British illustrator and cartoonist, who has had many exhibitions worldwide, designed the costumes and sets for different plays, was the illustrator of The Sunday Times and The New Yorker, but one of the main reasons why he is a well-known artist, is that he worked together with the group Pink Floyd on their stage shows of The Wall. The premiere of the exhibition was on 24th June, but it will last until 13th October, so don't hesitate and visit the Kampa Museum in Prague!
Are you tired of long walks in Prague? Than we would like to invite you, to enjoy a fun filled Prague Segway experience! The Segway is the first self-balancing, electric-powered one-person transportation device in the world. The Segway is able to go everywhere a pedestrian goes, allows you to narrow distances, to move faster. The best option is to do the Segway tour the first day of your stay in Prague. Prague is not a large city and it is easy to see the sites of the city quickly and then decide what you would like to go back and visit with more time. Be shure you will have a lot of fun. And you will want to buy one Segway for home!
Where to ejnoy the hot summer days in Prague? For sure at Žluté lázně (Yellow Spa)! A unique peace of area on the bank of Vltava river with sand, attractions, bars and more.
Grat news for all fans of the history! The exceptionally successful exhibition "Tutankhamun – His Tomb and his Treasures" has been extended till September! Tutankhamun is probably the most mysterious figure in Egyptian history and his tomb and treasures keep fascinating people all around world. The exposition exhibits more than 1000 objects - perfect replicas produced under scientific supervision. The exposition takes place in Vystaviste Praha and is opened every day from 10:00 to 18:00. The admission fee on weekdays is 350 CZK/adult and 200 CZK/child, and on weekends 390 CZK/adult and 220 CZK/child
There is one reason more to visit Prague. We have the biggest Museum of LEGO in Europe, as for its size and the number of exhibits! You can find 20 thematic exhibitions, for example Pirates, Star Warrs, Harry Potter, Eiffel Tower, but also the mechanism of Lego Technik. The museum is specialized on the history of LEGO and the oldest piece is from 1949. The exhibition extends on three storeys and total 340 square meters. In summer, the Museum of LEGO is opened every day, from 10am till 8pm and you find it in Narodní Třída 31, Praha 1.