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Prague Fringe Festival starts Friday

Prague Fringe - Deja Vu
Deja Vu, one of the shows at Prague Fringe 2012

Prague’s English language theatre, comedy and music festival begins this Friday (1st June) and features over 100 performers giving 42 different shows over 9 days, in 8 venues throughout Mala Strana.

If you’re going to be in Prague while the festival is on we encourage you to pick a show and go see it. Tickets are just 150Kc each (and a bargain 50Kc for students). There’s a wide variety of entertainment on offer for just a few Kc. One of our faves is local girl (via NYC) Gail Whitmore’s Human Jukebox, back for 5 nights this year, up from 3 in the past 2 years – the best part, every night’s different.

Our picks for eats in the neighbourhood:

Café Savoy – good all day, from breakfast to post show.

BarBar – very handy for most of the venues, open late

Luka Lu – Croatian food in Prague – reminds us of one our other destinations 😉

Bohemia Bagel – best for daytime, particularly if you have a weakness for bagels. Pretty good burger too.

Hergetova Cihelna – a bit further from several of the theatres (factor in a 5-8 minute walk) but you’re getting superb food at fair prices with a killer view of Charles Bridge from the terrace.

Planning a trip to Prague? We’d love to put together a Prague travel package just for you. Get in touch to find out more!

Charlie

Charlie takes care of the marketing side of things at JayWay Travel. A long-term Prague resident, his interests are cooking, eating out, cycling, skiing and travel.


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