Halloween is only a few days away... Czech Republic don't really celebrate Halloween like people do in the United States with pumpkin carving and trick-or-treating, but this yearly celebration has continued to gain in popularity among Czechs. And below mentioned events all around the city are the proof. So, get your costume ready and discover the spookiest side of Prague!
Zombie Night Run
21 October 2017, Vítkov Hill (Prague 3)
The creepiest run in the Czech Republic. Run a five-kilometer course within the dangerous area, scrambling up and down the Vítkov hill. Soon after undead and alive cross the finish line, they will get the medal. Starting fee 500 CZK (aprox. 19 EUR), a portion of the fees goes to charity.
27 October 2017, Retro Music Hall (Prague 2)
This year's theme was decided for a horror circus, so look forward to special drinks, special atmosphere, crazy games, costumes and great music!!
Duplex Halloween Weekend
27 – 28 October 2017, Duplex Club (Prague 1)
Have you ever felt that single evening is not enough to celebrate Halloween? Well, then how about the whole weekend? For this weekend, the Duplex Club will be decorated, provide awesome music by popular DJs Miguel and sexy zombie dancers. An original costume will gain you free entrance for both days.
27 – 28 October 2017, SaSaZu (Prague 7)
Two days, one club and amazing atmosphere – this is a Halloween party full of nonstop joy & fun! Fire shows, scary decorations, laser & video shows, live zombies and DJs from various countries who have played all over the world will keep you entertained day and night long.
Bloody Sexy Halloween
28 October 2017, Forum Karlín (Prague 8)
The overwhelming success of last year's sold out Bloody Sexy Halloween at Forum Karlín proved to be only an indication of what is yet to come... Louder, bigger, better than ever before! Unbelievable costumes, an energetic show of fire, lights and outrageous sexy performances like no other will turn the night into a One Hell of a Party that blows your mind away from the beginning to the end.
29 October 2017, Zinc Restaurant – Hilton Prague Old Town (Prague 1)
12:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Enjoy unlimited consumption from the scary themed buffet with a variety of spooky drinks.
This special brunch will cost 1400 CZK (54 EUR) for adults, but is free for children 6 years old and younger.
Don't have any costume yet? The stores listed below are fully stocked and ready for all of your Halloween needs (available for rent as well):
Barrandov Studios – costume rental shop
Carnival Shop – Wenceslas Square, Prague 1
Halloween Store – Křížovnická (close to Charles Bridge) Prague 1
ProParty – accessories for costumes, Prague 5
PS: Czech people more than Halloween celebrated the All Saints' Day (Dušičky; on November 2) - the day of remembrance for friends and loved ones who have passed away. If there's one day in the year when you should visit cemeteries and pray for deceased relatives, is it. Whole families turn out to light candles, lay wreaths, remember and pray. The best place to go to is the enormous Olšany Cemetery.
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