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Prague in April

Enjoy top & favorites things to do in Prague in April. The gorgeous city is charming in each month of a year. In April the capital is usually wetter than in March and the average hours of sunlight which falls on Prague is in increase. And there are also warmer days which attracts the crowds of tourist to marvellous city. Perfect for private Segway tours Prague with local guides

Enjoy all the extraordinary events which take place in April – Pack comfortable shoes appropriate for the weather conditions and get lured by such events as the Prague Marathon, food and beer festivals, pop concerts, special exhibitions, folk and classical music festivals. Things to do in Prague in April –  first half of April you can join the St. Mathew’s fair which goes back to the 16the century. With its 120 rides, attractions (swing carousels, bumper cars or shooting galleries) the St. Mathew’s fair draw up your attention.

Things to do in Prague in April: Art?

Is the art your cup of tea? In this case you can visit Vital Art Nouveau 1900 exhibition which last til the end of July. This is located in the Municipal House where you can admire 19th to 20th century Czech and European Art Nouveau works. They are representing by 400 items in including the works which were exhibited at the Paris World’s Fair of 1900.

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The holy book – the Bible – Noah’s Ark exhibition will be able to visit till the end of a year and it is situated at the New Building of the National Museum. The inspiration comes from the Bible and reveals the admirable pulchritude and variety of animal species on the Earth and makes you think about risks and devastation of our planet.

Things to do in Prague in April: Do you like traditions?

Things to do in Prague in April  3the –  you can feel the spell of ancient traditions as at the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square are hold the Prague Easter Markets where you can watch wooden huts with local handicrafts, wooden toys, candles, jewellery, metal ware, as well as traditional costume or brightly coloured hand-painted Easter eggs. And what about enjoying the Witches’ Night Parade which takes place on the 30the April at 7 p.m.? This is an ancient folk festival about the end of winter.