Monthly Archives: February 2011

Baroque Fun at Prague’s Carnevale

The New York Times The romance and mystery of a masked ball, Baroque soirées, frolicking in the streets — it must be Carnival time in Prague. Carnevale Praha, 12 heady days of glam and mystique, begins on Feb. 25. Two fancy dress balls, a mask parade, Baroque music concerts, a children’s party and a food… Read more »

Technically a complete renovation

The Prague Post National Technical Museum partially reopens Footsteps echo through the large marble lobby of the National Technical Museum as workmen hurry past, putting the finishing touches on a building that has been closed for four years. On Feb. 16, the museum will partially reopen with five permanent and two temporary exhibitions. “Everything has… Read more »

Dance the Night Away at Prague Opera Ball

The New York Times Ladies dressed to the nines, men in tuxedos. A rococo Prague State Opera House is the setting, though the entertainment ranges from arias to a traditional Cambodian dance. Oh, and you are there to waltz. This imaginative evening isn’t a dream sequence — it’s time once again for the annual Prague… Read more »