Sunshine, heat and the fast approaching Prague Fringe Festival with countless hours of thrilling, whacky and thought provoking theatre, music, puppetry and dance from around the globe.
At Imaginatorium your kids disappear somewhere behind a wall, get locked in a room and have to use the elements of the room to solve a series of puzzles and escape within a set time limit.
Healthy swimming without added chemicals. Radotín Biotope is the one and only swimming pool in Prague.
It’s the time of year when we start drawing up a list of gifts for family and friends. These days there are heaps of design markets and small boutique-style shops all over Prague with unique, czech-made gifts for everyone.
We have a huge and expanding list of after school activities in English, interestingly, many of these are parent-run groups wanting to share their passion for a particular hobby or pursuit.
Just over 200km south of Prague, this amazing looking structure allows visitors a unique view of the forest, it’s canopy and beyond. Views extend towards Lake Lipno, the Šumava Mountains and the Austrian border.
This playful science centre is 30000m2 and the first 3D Planetarium in the Czech Republic. It’s a fantastic place not only for kids but also for parents.
Prague Fringe showcases funny, poignant and surreal live theatre and music performances all over Malá Strana’s many small theatres. This year there are more shows than ever for kids and teenagers.
On the edge of Vinohrady, not far from Havlíčkovy sady/Grébovka is a pretty little cafe especially suited for parents with kids. It’s star attraction is a well stocked playroom with glass doors separating it from the cafe.
With their Mini Golf course losing it’s appeal under snow, Tower Park Praha have once again lured in the crowds by installing a small ice rink on the Miminoo Cafe lawn.