During Autumn, the beauty of Prague is unending, as its cultural agenda! The city hosts an impressive calendar of festivals and events dedicated to history, arts, fashion, music, and gastronomy!
At the beginning of every autumn, in towns and villages all across the Czech lands are held the traditional celebrations of the grape harvest, called “vinobraní” in Czech. At these festivals, one can indulge in a wide variety of fine food and local wine, take part in a Dionysian procession, and be entertained by traditional minstrels and modern rock musicians.
Vinobraní na Grébovce – Friday & Saturday, September 22-23 (2pm-10pm) at Havlíčkovy Sady, Free entry
Karlštejnské vinobraní – Saturday & Sunday, September 30-October 1 (10am-6pm) at Karlstejn Castle, Free Entry
Prague’s most popular open-air market for creative work, Dyzajn Market is a favorite amongst Praguers to snag local, affordable design.
September 23-24th, Saturday & Sunday, 10am – 7pm. Vaclav Havel Namestí at Narodni Divadlo, Free Entry
Festival Prague Crossroads
In 2016, the zero edition of the Festival Prague Crossroads took place with the objective to mark what would have been the 80th birthday of former Czech president and playwright Václav Havel.
2nd – 8th October 2017, different locations.
The Signal Festival of video mapping and light art will light up the historical center of Prague for the fifth time in October. The exhibition of new technologies will liven up Old Town Square, Hybernia Palace, The Fruit Market, but also Kampa.
October 12-15, (Thursday – Saturday), Every Night @ 7pm -12pm. All over Prague. Most exhibits are free
Prague’s International Design festival, DesignBlok welcomes over 200 exhibitors to participate in design week as one of the biggest fashion events in Central Europe.
October 26-30, Prague 1 + events throughout the city
Another beloved Prague design, fashion & handcraft market feature creative work from a selection of mainly Czech artists. Praguemarket is a periodical two-day event offers jewelry, design, fashion, housewears.
November 18-19, Saturday & Sunday (10am-7pm). Náměstí Republiky. Free Entry