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Top five things to do this weekend in Prague (Sept. 24-25)

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

      1. Grape Harvest in Grébovka Park

Summer is gone and it’s getting colder out, so why not warm up with a little wine? The popular wine festivities in Havlíčkovy Park, Grébovka are back on. The programs start today and carry on through tomorrow, including dozens of stalls with delicious wine, young wine, food and handicrafts as well as entertainment for children.

September 23rd – 24th
Price: Free 
Havlíček Gardens (Grébovka – Havlíčkovy sady), Praha 2 – Vinohrady, 120 00
+420 236 044 111, +420 236 044 160

      2. UMtrh – Antique and Vintage Market on Parizska Street

Taking place in front of the intercontinental hotel, this monthly market is a chance to support local art schools and check out some designer products.  The idea behind it is to create a social environment that would develop workshops and other types of events. Currently, the market itself is divided into four sectors: new art, antique art, vintage and design.

September 24th – 25th
Price: Free
Pařížská Street, Pařížská, Praha 1 – Staré Město, 110 00

      3. Last chance to see the masters of glass

This ongoing exhibit is up for just a few more days. Featuring works from eight masters of Czech, the exhibit is a follow up of a similar show that occurred in 1983 at a time when Czech glass rose to fame in the west. Check it out at Museum Kampa, just don’t bump into anything.

Museum Kampa, U Sovových mlýnů 2, Praha 1 – Malá Strana, 118 00
+420 257 286 147, +420 257 286 144

      4. Launch – Lunchmeat Festival 2016

The Lunchmeat Festival “connects the dots between quality electronic music, visual shows and new media while creating a truly synthetic experience,” whatever that means. This year, the annual event yields great live performances and creators, who hope to electrify with a mix a light and music.

September 24th
Price:  100 CZK On the spot only for the Oudoor stage,  350 CZK at GoOut.cz,  450 CZK On the spot

National Gallery in Prague, Anežská 12, Praha 1 – Staré Město, 110 00
+420 224 810 628

      5. Dyzajn Autumn Market

Selling exhibition of Czech designers´products including  art, jewelry, clothing, accessories and with live music, good food and a relaxed atmosphere, this market near to the National Theater is a chance to enjoy the cooling weather and do a little shopping. Check it out!

September 24th – 25th from 7:00 to 13:30
Price: Free
National Theatre piazzeta, Národní 2, Praha 1 – Staré Město

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