Czech Republic’s biggest food festival, Prague Food Festival, is coming up at the end of May. While it may be the highlight of this year’s food events, there is so much more to come. Check out our selection of 5 Food festivals not to miss this spring!

Prague Candy Festival: April 8 at OREA Hotel Pyramida / Bělohorská 24, Prague 6

A unique festival for those with a sweet tooth. A competition for sweet prizes, a sweet fashion show, cakemaking, marzipan, and praline demonstrations, as well as cupcake decorating.

Festival of Rosé Wines: May 1 at Villa Richter / Staré zámecké schody 6, Prague 1

The largest festival of domestic rosé wines features one hundred Moravian and Bohemian rosé wines and clarets. The experience is enhanced by its attractive venue – Villa Richter and the adjacent St Wenceslas vineyards, located just below Prague Castle.

Czech Beer Festival: May 1 –27 at Letná Plain / Prague 7 – Letná

Quench your thirst with over 150 types of Czech beer, and satiate your hunger with oerings from domestic butchers and bakers.

Pink MayMay 13 at Náplavka Farmers Market / Rašínovo nábřeží, Prague 2

A tasting festival of Bohemian and Moravian rosé wines and clarets. The festival will also feature a farmers’ market and grilled ­ sh, seafood, sausages, cheeses, and vegetarian and vegan specialties.

Prague Food FestivalMay 26–28 in Vyšehrad / V Pevnosti 5b, Prague 2 In addition to cooking lessons, this three-day festival of food and drink in the spacious gardens at Vyšehrad will present the best that Czech gastronomy has to offer – great food, the best chefs, top businesses, and food and beverage producers.

Dave Patterson is a content marketer. A writer by day and a reader by night. Coffee addict.