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Top five things to do in Prague this weekend (July 30-31)

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Not sure what to do this weekend? We’ve got you covered.

1.Vintage & Co Fashion Flea Market

Pop down to the Vintage & Co inaugural fashion flea market, held in Čekárna café – one of Prague’s best kept secrets on the café scene. Fifteen vendors will be at the market with a range of treasures from vintage bicycles to accessories, secondhand, designer items and more.

July 31, 1pm to 6pm
Kavárna Čekárna
Vratislavova 30/8, 128 00 Praha 2

Find out more information at the event’s Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/vintagecoprague/

2. Ride a Segway through Old Town

The Segway ban kicks in in August so if you want one last opportunity to wizz through the cobblestones like Arrested Development’s Job, here’s your very last chance.

3. Prague Folklore Days Festival

This is the 10th year for the Folklore Days Festival, which is the largest folk dance and music event in Central Europe. There is a huge line-up of events, parades and competitions across the event. Folklore Days aims to bring awareness and understanding of the folk identity of Europe’s past to a greater audience. Folk dancers from Indonesia, Spain, Norway, Estonia, France and Italy. We’re particularly looking forward to the German Irish Dancing Group display on Sunday.

July 29 – July 31, all day

Various times and locations, details on here: http://www.praguefestival.cz/folklore/time-schedule-2016/

4. Náplavka Open Air Markets

Quickly becoming the most popular farmer’s market in Prague, this epic festivity runs along the Rašín river bank every Saturday. We hear you can get the absolute best coffee in town at these markets.

July 30, 8am to 2pm

Rašín river bank near Palacky Bridge

5. Catch all the Pokemons at Riegrovy Sady (maybe catch the sunset too)

Sunset in Riegrovy Sady is pretty spectacular at this time of year, but the time of the long pink and purple sky show is beginning to wane, so head over to Riegrovy Sady and grab one of the last of the summer sunsets this weekend. BTW this place is bloody littered with Pokemons, so there’s that too.

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