What are the best Prague Wine Festivals in Autumn? Here are our favourite ones. Na zdraví! (Cheers)
Exploring the city of Prague during Autumn means wine time. When most people think of the Czech Republic, they think of beer, but one of the other classic beverages which this country excels at producing is wine. So at the beginning of every autumn, in towns and villages all across the Czech lands are held the traditional celebrations of the grape harvest, called “vinobraní” in Czech. We'll be visiting the wine festival Vinobrani in Praha on the vltava and the one in Karlstein. At these wine festivals, one can indulge even if on a budget in a wide variety of fine food and local wine,many attractions and adventures take part in a Dionysian procession where you'll be entertained by traditional minstrels and modern rock musicians. We can show you what to do and where to go on such events, so visit Czech Republic and the surrounding towns by following this honest guide from our travel blog archive!
More information regarding our travel guide EXPLORING PRAGUE WINE FESTIVALS | What TO DO and Where TO GO? 4K :
Map with with the 2 locations:
Check the train schedule here:
Check the Karlstein Castle Medieval and Wine festival calendar here:
If you wanna nose around our Instagram check here!
Check out our facebook page here:
Check out our Website here:
We hope you have an amazing time!
Thank you for your support!
Orlando & Zdenka
- Entire by Quincas Moreira
- Rocking Chair by Unicorn Heads
- Mr. Sunny Face by Wayne Jones
- Skinny Leonard by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)