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One of the very best things about USA is the scope of our Incentive, Meeting and Leisure coverage - the very many locations for your Incentives, Meetings and Events.

In 2018 a truly anniversary is waiting for us, which is a direct commemoration of big celebrations. The history continues, but the Czechs and Slovaks are still close.

We would like to present you the selection of projects that Royal Prague Travel has realized for its customers in the previous year 2017.

We provided you a tailored package to suit all your needs when travelling. Come discover what we have prepared for you.

  • Moser Glassworks: More than 160 Years of Famous Crystal Tradition

    Each crystal product from the Moser workshop in Karlovy Vary is unique, not only thanks to its design, but mostly thanks to its manual manufacture.

    The Moser glassworks has a tradition that is over 160 years old and Moser products have been purchased by emperors, rulers and the most powerful people in the world. In the Czech Republic, Moser has four sales galleries (two in Prague and two in Karlovy Vary), but you can buy Moser glass in shops all over the world. And all these original crystal gems are made by less than 360 employees. 

  • The Night When Museums Come to Life

    Visit museums and galleries in a guise that you will never forget

    This year, the Czech Republic is organising the latest edition of the Museum Night Festival, which will be taking place across the country from late May to early June. Museum Nights no longer involve only museums and galleries, but also towns, libraries, historical monuments, theatres and other cultural institutions working in collaboration with them. Pupils and students of art schools often participate in their programmes, while the events also include performances by theatre and music ensembles, craftsmen and artists. Museum Night is a feast of culture and learning. 

  • First Republic Artists

    Follow in the footsteps of First Republic artists when in the Czech Republic and discover the places where František Kupka, Emil Filla and Jan Zrzavý used to create their works of art.

    You can find selected works by those artists in the collections of the Modern Arts Gallery in Hradec Králové, or in the Art Gallery in Ostrava. From mid-November 2018 to March 2019, you can visit an exhibition called Czech Artists in Bretagne (1850–1950) in the National Gallery in Prague. It maps the works of Czech artists who worked in Bretagne under the influence of distinct personalities of French art. The exhibition is displayed in Kinský Palace at the Old Town Square. And on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the foundation of Czechoslovakia (28/10/2018), a new exhibition, dedicated to the art of the First Republic (from 1918 to 1938) will open on the 3rd floor of the Fair Trade Palace. 

  • Open House Praha Festival 2018

    On the weekend of 19 and 20 May, otherwise inaccessible buildings and spaces in Prague will open to the public. You can visit a former bank, the Czech Prime Minister’s villa, or the seats of businesses and authorities.

    The world-renowned festival of architecture, Open House, which you can find in various cities in Europe, America and Australia, also takes place in the Czech Republic. Prague will host the fourth year of the festival. The patron and face of the festival is Eva Jiřičná, a world-famous architect, who saw the birth of the Open House festival in London. This year, the festival will open 65 buildings and spaces, company seats, authorities and modern technical buildings in Prague to visitors. The list is record-breaking: there are 24 new buildings that you can tour for the first time ever in the history of the festival! And all tours are free of charge!What do we recommend visiting? 

  • Following in the Footsteps of Czech Nobility

    In the Czech Republic you have a unique opportunity to not only visit châteaux belonging to old Czech aristocratic families, but even the seat which the aristocrats still occupy today.

    Visit the residences of the Schwarzenberg, Šternberks, and Lobkovic families.