This international center for contemporary art founded in 2001 by artist David Černý is part of a special industrial building. A former glass-making factory built in the 1920s, after World War II it served for manufacturing diesel engines of Škoda Pilsen. In the 1990s it was abandoned once for all. Continue reading
Made from a shipping container and aimed at the presentation of NGOs, this season-only cultural center does not lack a comfortable seating area and diverse programs. Containall is operated by what once was a civic association founded in early 2013 upon the initiative of a group of friends to transform into a non-profit company in December 2013. Continue reading
I bet that this rather unattractive-looking pub would be bypassed if you went around. Well, no wonder. But the fact is that you would make a major mistake and lose the chance of getting fundamental knowledge needed to understand the soul of a Czech person since if you get some courage and pay a visit to this godforsaken and perhaps damned operation, you can experience the reality of the Czech pub culture firsthand.
If you want to experience something other than a sterile, far from being original cinema, pay a visit to Aero. Offering a highly diverse program, whether featuring up-to-date movies or pieces that had their premiere long ago, the dramaturgy staff seek to choose recordings that either exceed the industry standards in terms of quality or bring something interesting.
The operation opened in March 2012. Previously, there used to be a spot called Boží mlýny that I loved very much so I was a little disappointed to hear it would no longer be located in these beautiful cellar premises. However, Pražírna is just as good – maybe even a bit better and nicer in this or that.
How we found Blues Bahnhof
A private musical club, it is open to anyone who has a desire to visit and listen to the blues music. The fact that you need to be aware of it or have a great luck to hit the door is the only trouble.