Prague is a beautiful city with a rich history and culture, and there are plenty of activities to keep you entertained over the Easter weekend. Whether you already planned it, or are looking for a spontaneous adventure, Prague is always worth a visit. But especially during special holidays. Here are some of the best Easter weekend activities in Prague:
Easter Traditions in Prague
Prague’s Easter Markets should be your must-visit during the Easter weekend. You can find them in several locations across the city, including the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square. You’ll find stalls selling traditional Czech food and drink, as well as crafts and souvenirs.
Easter Egg Exhibition
If you’re interested in traditional Easter crafts, head to the Easter Egg Exhibition at the Museum of Decorative Arts. Here, you can see beautifully decorated Easter eggs from around the world. Check out their website here.
Prague Castle is a stunning landmark and a must-visit attraction in Prague. Over the Easter weekend, the castle hosts various events, including classical music concerts and exhibitions.
Prague is renowned for its classical music scene, and you can catch several Easter-themed concerts over the weekend. The Prague Symphony Orchestra and the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra both have concerts scheduled over the Easter weekend.
Many restaurants and cafes in Prague offer special Easter brunch menus over the weekend. You can enjoy traditional Czech cuisine, as well as international dishes, in a relaxed atmosphere.
Petrin Hill is a beautiful park in Prague with stunning views of the city. Over the Easter weekend, the park hosts an Easter egg hunt for children, as well as other family-friendly activities.
Prague is situated on the Vltava River, and a boat trip is a great way to see the city from a different perspective. Several companies offer Easter-themed boat trips, including Easter egg hunts and Easter brunch. Truly a memorable experience, as you can read in a previous travel blog post, ‘Prague Boats’ Boat Tour on Vltava River in Prague.
Prague is a fantastic destination for an Easter weekend break. Whether you’re interested in traditional Easter crafts, classical music, or simply exploring the city, there’s plenty to keep you entertained. Don’t miss the Easter Markets, the Easter Egg Exhibition, Prague Castle, Easter concerts, Easter brunch, Petrin Hill, and a boat trip on the Vltava River.
International Easter Weekend Traditions and Festivities
If you are interested in other European Easter Weekend traditions and festivities, I can highly recommend the other Articles of this little series about the best easter weekend activities in south of Italy, South Tyrol, Lake Constance and Copenhagen.
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