Even a seasoned traveler will be excited for a vacation in Europe. Europe is a continent that is stuffed with many cultural diversities and natural scenic beauties. One of the best cities in Europe that will submerge you in its bright and vibrant festivals in Prague. There are many ways of providing many events to make a tour of Prague a memorable one. There are many different festivals in Prague all year long that attract tourists from all over the world. One of the most famous festivals being the Prague Food Festival. Prague is known to be the most vibrant city of Europe and a center of cultural festivals that take place all year long. The festivals in Prague are not merely a gesture of preserving the culture but also a way to be at ease and enjoy wholeheartedly as the locals take part actively to take the festivals to the next level celebration.
Grand festivals of food are something that food loving people from all over the world look forward to and especially the locals of Prague. The Prague Food Festival was first started in the year 2006 and since then it’s been one of the most mouth-watering delights in the year. Here, you will find different delicacies along with different combinations, flavors, and visions. The foods are prepared by the best chefs from some of the best restaurants in Prague and all of these are available for a fraction of the price that is paid for eating in the restaurants. From the Le Grill, which is an award-winning restaurant to Vietnamese delicacies of Gao Den, all are available at the Prague Food Festival. There are also desserts that include cheese, chocolate, ice-cream and many more. There are cookery workshops presented by the chefs for patrons to learn more. It is a definite ‘go to’ for people who want to experience modern Czech and international cooking styles and see the food being prepared from start to finish. There is another attraction that is the Prague Beer Festival. It is known to be the biggest among the festivals in Prague. The festival is held for 17 days in the month of May and features near about 120 different beers from all over the world including 70 Czech brands and other international brews.
Prague Spring International Music Festival pays special attention to the orchestral music that has been the part of the city for many centuries. It is done to rebuild society and community after the Second World War but over the years it has grown into an exhibition of exemplary music. When speaking of music we cannot forget the International Jazz Festival. With an exponential increase in Jazz listeners, the International Jazz Festival has an ever increasing number of patrons. The Bohemian Carnevale is a part of preserving the culture of the city and is a medieval tradition carried out for centuries. Last but not the least the Prague Car Festival is a 2-day event held in August to September every year and is an Automobile Expo that showcases the different and technologically advanced supercars to the vintage models with the modern luxuries. All in all the festivals of Prague will leave you completely bewildered in excitement and the environment will let you feel not to go back and stay there forever.