Prague International Marathon 2024

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5. 5. Prague International Marathon

Public holiday in the Czech Republic (May 1)

Labour Day is celebrated on this day. Please pay close attention to our news, restrictions on public transport and possible changes to opening hours.

Limited opening hours – Štefánik Observatory

The Štefánik Observatory will have special opening hours on these days:
1. 5. from 10:00 to 19:00, from 21:00 to 23:00
8. 5. from 10:00 to 19:00, from 21:00 to 23:00

Limited opening hours – R. JELÍNEK Slivovitz Museum

26. 4. open until 17:00

Limited opening hours in the Jewish Town and in the Jerusalem Synagogue (Pesach)

Due to the Jewish holidays, it will be closed on April 23 and 24. Thank you for your understanding.

Limited opening hours – Cathedral of St Vitus

Special visitor hours:
23. 4. from 9:30 to 16:30 (St. Vojtěch)

12. 5. from 12:30 to 17:00 (Anniversary of the cathedral's consecration)
15. 5. from 9:00 to 15:00 (St. Jan Nepomucký)
17. 5. from 9:00 to 14:00 (Memorial mass for fallen policemen)
18. 5. from 9:00 to 15:30 (Ceremony of admission to the catechumenate)
19. 5. from 13:00 to 17:00 (The day of Pentecost + Confirmation)
30. 5. from 9:00 to 15:30 (Solemnity of The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ)

7. 6. from 9:00. to 16:00 (Night of Churches)
15. 6. from 9:00 to 16:30 (Holy Mass of St. Wenceslas)
22. 6. from 13:30 to 17:00 (Priestly ordination)
30. 6. closed

Limited opening hours – Petřín Lookout Tower and IC Petřín

On Sunday, April 21, due to the event "Rozhledny v pohybu – Petřín třikrát jinak 2024", the Petřín observatory will be open to the public from 10:00. Thank you for your understanding.

Vintage Tram (Circuit Line 42) – timetable change

Short-term timetible change (April 21)
On Sunday, April 21, the tram will not run through the Újezd, Hellichova and Malostranské náměstí stops. The last 2 circuits (departure from Dlabačov at 16:40 and 17:20) the tram will follow the regural route.
Long-term timetible change (April 29 – June 30)
The tram will not run through Wenceslas Square.
Long-term timetible change (April 29 – September 30)
Reconstruction will take place in Havlíčkova – Dlážděná streets. The Masaryk Station stop will be unmanned. 
Timetible change:
Dlabačov – Pohořelec – Brusnice – Prague Castle – Royal Summer Palace – Sparta – Letenské nám. – Kamenická – Strossmayerovo nám. – Embankment Kpt. Jaroše – Čechův most – Faculty of Law – Old Town – Karlovy Lázně – National Theater – Jiráskovo náměstí – Palackého nám. – Charles Square – Novoměstská Town Hall – Lazarská – Národní třída – National Theater – Újezd – Hellichova – Malostranské náměstí – Malostranská – Royal Summer Palace – Prague Castle – Brusnice – Pohořelec – Dlabačov.

Limited opening hours – Lobkowicz Palace

19. 4. the Balcony hall and terrace are closed from 17:00

Omezení otevírací doby: Prague TV tower – Žižkov Television Tower

On Thursday, April 18, the observatory will be closed from 14:30 to 21:30. Thank you for your understanding.

Manifesto Market Andel – welcome drink in the SOOT bar

Come celebrate the opening of the pool and welcome the sunny spring days! In addition, the SOOT bar will present part of the new seasonal cocktail menu and prepare an entertainment program.

Did you know that with the Prague Visitor Pass you get 1 alcoholic/non-alcoholic cocktail for free? It refers to the current menu in the SOOT bar, which is located in the middle of the Manifesto Market.


The exhibition presents a representative selection of the author's painting work from 1967 until the period of the painter's death in 2014. Thanks to his innovative approach to the image, Jiří Načeradský is one of the key authors of Czech post-war painting. In 1979, the purchasing committee of the Center Georges Pompidou in Paris selected seven works from his creation for their collections. In addition, Načeradský's work was included in important international exhibitions - Expressiv (Vienna 1987 and Washington 1988), a collective exhibition (New York 1988) or Europaweit - Kunst der 60er Jahre (Karlsruhe and in Halle).

Short-term tram service restrictions in April 2024

Due to the maintenance of the tram lines, there are short-term restrictions in the operation of the trams during April. More information on pid.cz

Nádraží Holešovice – Ke Stírce: temporary suspension of tram service (April 8 – April 17)
Due to the repair of the tram line, there will be a temporary interruption of tram service in the Nádraží Holešovice – Ke Stírce section from Monday, April 8 (from the start of day service) to Wednesday, April 17 (until the end of night service). More information can be found here.

Hradčanská - Strossmayerovo náměstí: Temporary suspension of tram operation (8. 4. – 17. 4.)
Due to tram track repair, starting from Wednesday, 17 April and lasting until Sunday, 28 April, there is temporarily no tram service between Hradčanská and Strossmayerovo náměstí. More information can be found here.


Marold's panorama is open again

After the winter break, you can visit Marold's panorama again from April 1. This monumental image of the battlefield dates from the end of the 19th century and is complemented by replicas of wagon walls, weapons and other period war props. These create the illusion of a three-dimensional space and complete the atmosphere of the battle.

Did you know that the painting is 95 meters wide, 11 meters high and is located in a unique circular pavilion?

Troja Chateau is in operation again

Combine a trip to the Zoological Garden with a visit to one of the most beautiful Baroque monuments in Bohemia! The building, inspired by lavish Italian villas, was built in the 17th century and is unique for its monumental fresco and sculptural decoration of the large halls.

Did you know that in addition to public transport, you can also get to the area by steamboat that departs from Rašín Embankment (Rašínovo nábřeží)?

New experiences with the Pilsner Urquell Experience

Visit the interactive experiential exhibition The Original Tour or the Tapster Academy and learn how to brew beer like a pro! You can now get tickets 10% cheaper with the Prague Visitor Pass - after presenting it, the discount will be automatically deducted at the checkout.

Did you know that after completing the Tapster Academy course, you will receive a tap certificate and a bottle of Pilsner Urquell with your own name?

The funicular to Petřín is in operation again!

From March 28, you can again go out for experiences and visit, for example, the Petřín lookout tower, the mirror maze or the Štefánik observatory. The funicular to Petřín is in operation from 8:00 to 23:00 at intervals of 10–15 minutes. With the Prague Visitor Pass for free.

Did you know that the length of the track is 510 meters and the funicular exceeds the height of 130 meters? The funicular thus offers one of the most beautiful views of the main landmarks of Prague!

Guides&Tours – regular tours

We are expanding the offer of regular tours from our official guides: Charles Bridge and Lesser Town, Medieval Underground, Old Town and Jewish Quarter, Prague Castle District and Prague’s communist past. With the Prague Visitor Pass you can visit them all for free! Don't forget to register for the event through Guides&Tours at the Old Town Hall, by e-mail guides@prague.eu or by phone at +420 778 543 671!

Municipal Library - Gallery: exhibition New Realisms, Modern Realist Approaches across the Czechoslovak Scene 1918–1945

The term New Realisms refers to a broader spectrum of the period realist approaches, including the areas of work traditionally referred to as Neoclassicism, Verism, New Objectivity, social art, magic realism and primitivism and, in photography, especially the New Vision. Visit the unique exhibition with the Prague Visitor Pass for free!

The New Mill Water Tower is back in operation after the winter break!

The Tower dates back to the 17th Century and is a very valuable technical monument built in the Baroque style. It used to serve as a water reservoir; today it is home to an exhibition about Prague’s firefighters. The observation deck offers a beautiful view of the Vltava River and the wider centre of Prague. You can visit for free with the Prague Visitor Pass!

HC Sparta Praha

We believe that you enjoyed the matches of the regular part of the Tipsport Extraliga 2023/2024! We look forward to seeing you again next hockey season!

Villa Winternitz: „PRINTS“ exhibition

The group exhibition Prints presents a series of sculptural exhibitions that will take place this year in the garden of Winternitz's villa. In the works of all the represented authors, we can thus perceive the distant imprints of the past, the fate of the villa and people who inhabited the villa. The exhibition can be visited until May 19!

Limited opening hours: Stone Bell House

Due to the installation of the new exhibition, the Stone Bell House will be closed from February 18 to April 25. Thank you for your understanding.

DOX Centre for Contemporary Art: KAFKAesque

Franz Kafka (1883–1924) is one of the key authors of the cultural world of the 20th century, and his novels, stories and correspondence have been translated into dozens of languages. Kafka's literary work influenced not only other writers, but gradually affected many different areas of culture, such as film, music and visual arts. Created to mark the centenary of his death, the KAFKAESQUE exhibition will feature works by internationally renowned artists for whom the works of Franz Kafka remain an inspiration.

Limited opening hours – Retro Museum Prague

The exhibition will be temporarily closed and the exhibition will move to a new location. Thank you for your understanding.

Old Town Hall with Astronomical Clock

Dear visitors, we apologize in advance that the operation of the sightseeing circuit may be temporarily restricted due to representational reasons of the capital city of Prague. Please always find out about the current possibilities of the visit at the cash desk of the building.


Limited opening hours (seasonal and long-term opening hours restrictions)

For technical reasons, the Planetarium is closed from July 2023. In addition, the seasonal operation of the historic carousel. The Retro Museum Prague and the Stone Bell House are temporarily closed. Thank you for your understanding.

Interactive panoramic presentation

We present you a unique view, which consists of live broadcasts of 8 webcams. The basis is a camera located on the Petrin Tower, which at regular intervals creates a panoramic view of Prague, provides weather information and offers an interactive menu with places that you can visit with the official tourist card Prague Visitor Pass.

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