#LifeInCzechia When it comes to animated entertainment, Czech cartoons offer a captivating and distinctive experience. Rooted in a rich tradition of storytelling and artistic expression, Czech animation has carved its own path in the world of cartoons. From charming characters to imaginative narratives, Czech cartoons are a treasure trove of creativity that captivates audiences of all ages. So, let’s embark on an animated adventure and explore the fascinating world of Czech cartoons!
Top 7 Events in Pilsen
#LifeInCzechia Are you visiting Pilsen anytime soon? If it is not in your plan yet, it will definitely change after you check our list of the top events in Pilsen. Visit a Movie festival or Traditional market! Let’s take a look together.
Top 7 Events in Brno
#LifeInCzechia What to do in Brno? Although there are great spots to chill, there are many options for cultural, gastro or sports events – as a student city, it is a hub for great ideas and even better events. Let us show you our favorites on this list!
Small Cinemas – Great Movies
#LifeInCzechia Calling all the lovers of good movies, popcorn and cozy atmosphere in Brno! What is a movie that you wanted to see lately? If you want to watch it in a small cinema, with an artistic touch, there are various options in Brno. So think about which movie you want to watch or get inspired on the websites listed below and come visit!
When are the Stores Closed on Public Holidays?
#LifeInCzechia Every year, there is a couple of special days when we celebrate and commemorate historically or spiritually important events. These days are called public holidays and they differ in every country. On a public holiday, we usually don’t go to work or school and the stores are closed. However, on some days, the stores can be open. Do you what to know when? Keep reading and find out more!
What to See in Theatres in Prague and Brno this Spring?
#LifeInCzechia Spring is slowly approaching. It doesn’t only wake up nature, but also the cultural production of the National Theatre. Do you want to get lost in a thrilling story of a drama, fill your heart with the warm tones of an opera or watch the mesmerizing moves of ballet dancers? Check out the new performances in Prague and Brno. Some start as early as this February, so do not hesitate to buy a ticket.
Advent Wreaths, Midnight Mass, and Who the Heck is Ježíšek? Czech Christmas Explained
#LifeInCzechia Christmas is upon us and even though the majority of Czechs is irreligious and doesn’t go to church, we sure do love our Christmas traditions. In this article you’ll learn about how we celebrate Advent, get some tips on where to attend Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve in your city, and finally find out who is Ježíšek and how can a small baby deliver all these presents anyway?
Tips for Trips: Welcome to National Museum Prague
#LifeInCzechia If you arrive at Prague main train station and walk 5 minutes through Wenceslas Square, the National Museum will welcome you with its monumental building. This institution has eye-opening exhibitions. If you decide to visit it, you will be surrounded by knowledge from past to present in its authentic interior. So let’s dive right into this well of knowledge!
Good News For Theatre Fans: Culture in Brno is Becoming More Accessible for Foreigners!
The number of foreigners in Czechia has been steadily going up. In the second-largest city, Brno, there are currently more than 40 000 of them. This is also why cultural institutions such as cinemas and theatres slowly begin catering to English and German-speaking audiences. One of such institutions is National Theatre Brno, which now offers performances with English and sometimes German subtitles in its programme in addition to Czech subtitles.
Stabat Mater Premiere Heading to Brno. Don’t Miss this Breathtaking Ballet!
Theaters in Brno are finally reopening after the pandemic restrictions being relaxed with exciting programs to make your evenings unforgettable. This fall, discover the first of the National Theater Brno (NdB) ballet this season, Stabat Mater. It has now been five years since an awe-inspiring legend of Czech choreography, Pavel Šmok, passed away. To commemorate his iconic talent, the NdB has decided to dedicate the premiere to this choreographer, who was essential to the Czech independent dance scene of the second half of the 20th century. The premiere will take place on 3 September at Mahen Theatre. And thanks to our partnership with the theater, we are bringing you information on how you can purchase tickets a whole month in advance!