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Kids in Prague

Imaginatorium - Escape from The Room, Prague 2

on 06 March 2017 by Darina (1 comment)


We were invited to a birthday party at Imaginatorium, where your kids disappear somewhere behind a wall, get locked in a room and have to use the elements of the room to solve a series of puzzles and escape within a set time limit. Meanwhile us parents enjoyed coffee, wine and a chat. I love this idea!

Biotop Swimming Pool, Prague - Radotín

Swimming Activities on 08 July 2016 by Darina (5 comments)


Healthy swimming without added chemicals. Radotin Biotope is the one and only swimming pool in Prague. It uses a biological method to maintain clean water without chemicals using aquatic plants and natural ecosystems in filtered lagoons. It is clean swimming without chlorine.


Birthday Parties for Tweeners - disco parties in Prague

Birthday Venues and Ideas on 05 July 2016 by Larissa


My daughter Lucie turned 10 last month so I wanted to throw a big party to celebrate this milestone. Like her Mum, she’s hooked on music with a beat so the obvious theme was ‘disco’.

Lake Lipno Summer with Family, South Bohemia

Activities, Day Trips, Weekends Away, Sports and Fitness on 03 June 2016 by Darina


Here’s a guide to how Lake Lipno with kids can work including all inclusive attractions and activities and the best way to spend a great time with your family. You name it. We spent 8 days at Lake Lipno last summer (originally we booked 4 days and we kept prolonging it) the kids had a blast and we know better now….

Prachovské Skály / Prachov Rocks, Jičín - Bohemian Paradise

Activities, Day Trips on 26 May 2016 by Darina (2322 comments)


Guest report by: Kevin Michael Clarke

For the more adventurous families, a very good day out, or weekend break if you prefer, is a trip to the Prachovské Skály, (Prachov Rocks), about 10 km northwest from Jicin - One of the most popular sandstone rock ‘towns’ in the Bohemian Paradise, the area is a hevily-segmented plateau created of sandstone sediments during the Mezozoic Era. The original plateau was fractured by volcanic activity sometime during the Cretaceous Preiod. Subseuent wind and water erosion has sculted the rocks into the formations that visitors see today.

2016 Prague Fringe Festival

Events on 24 May 2016 by Larissa (3 comments)


‘Almost’ summer time and the living is easy… so time for an inundation of amazing theatre shows in English! Prague Fringe brings funny, thoughtful and surreal live performances to Mala Strana’s many small theatres. This year they have interesting shows for kids and for teenagers. Surprisingly there are no puppet shows but there are comedians, magicians, mime artists, LOUD poets(!) and classic theatre.

The festival starts Friday 27 May and runs for 9 days finishing on 4 June.

Tropical Islands, Germany

Swimming Activities, Day Trips, Weekends Away, Sports and Fitness on 26 April 2016 by Larissa (1 comment)


Guest Report by Karina Bolan

If you’re looking for a little bit of summer heat on a cold rainy day, you might try a trip to Tropical Islands to warm your bones. Located 60km south of Berlin, it took us about 2.5 hours to drive from Prague, an easy journey, mostly on motorways. As you turn off the A113, the truly impressive building looms into view. Formerly a Zeppelin factory, the building is simply huge, and as soon as you see it, you realise how they manage to fit a whole holiday resort inside!

Christmas Shopping in Prague 2015

Useful Information on 20 November 2015 by Larissa


It’s the time of year when we start drawing up a list of gifts for family and friends. These days there are heaps of design markets and small boutique-style shops all over Prague with unique, czech-made gifts for everyone. The range, price and individuality of the products give you a great alternative to shopping malls and big brand items usually made in China.

First lets look at the international fairs and design markets…


Halloween Kids Events in Prague 2015

Events on 23 October 2015 by Larissa (1 comment)


Here’s an interesting mix of events happening all over town. Fancy a spooky sausage sizzle? A walk through a Haunted Forest? Lantern Parades and costume competitions? Or just a special meal out with a full entertainment program for the kids? There is lots going on, here are a few events that we know of, please feel free to add any other events to our comments below.

After School Activities in English for Kids

Swimming Activities, Activities, Sports and Fitness, Useful Information on 11 September 2015 by Larissa (6 comments)


We have a huge and expanding list of after school activities in English, interestingly, many of these are parent-run groups wanting to share their passion for a particular hobby or pursuit. A wide range of courses are on offer covering artistic, sporting and academic classes for school aged children down to toddler and baby classes. Some have started, most are about to. Either way, if you’re interested, now is the time to get in touch with the organisers.