Prague Events » What's on in Prague in July 2023
Prague hosts events all year round, including food and drink festivals, classical music festivals, rock and pop concerts, far-reaching exhibitions, marathons, and the Easter and Christmas markets. Find out what's on in Prague with Prague Experience, your guide to Prague.
|Saints Cyril & Methodius Day - Public Holiday|
DATES: 05 July 2023
|Public Holiday. Saints Cyril and Methodius were Byzantine Greek brothers born in Thessalonica in the 9th century. They became missionaries of Christianity among the Slavic people, and through their work influenced the cultural development of all Slavs. The day commemorates the creation of the Slavic Glagolitic and Cyrillic alphabets as well as the introduction of literacy and the preaching of the gospels in the Slavonic language.|
Prague sightseeing & entertainment operate as normal. Shops have limited opening times.
|Jan Hus Day - Public Holiday|
DATES: 06 July 2023
|Public Holiday. Commemorates the burning at the stake of the religious thinker, church reformer and preacher Jan Hus in 1415. His statue takes pride of place in the Old Town Square.|
Prague sightseeing and entertainment operate as normal. Shops have limited opening times.
|Prague Concerts, Opera & Ballet in July 2023|
July 2023 -
31 July 2023
|Prague is famous for classical concerts, opera and ballet. Performances are staged in ornate opera houses, grand concert halls, beautiful old churches and other historic buildings. Performances are popular, so tickets often sell out. Advance reservations are highly recommended.|
|Prague Theatre in July 2023|
DATES: 01 July 2023 - 31 July 2023
|Visit a Prague theatre for a typically Czech experience. Black light theatre features vibrant costumes, energetic dance routines, mime, ballet, visual effects and dramatic sounds.
Shows are suitable for all ages and nationalities.
Advance reservations are highly recommended.|
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