On June 14 was the opening of a new Observation tower in Prague – Doubravka the work of architect Martin Rainish. It is located in the forest park of Čihadla in the Black Bridge area. […]
When: June 23 and 24
Where: Kutna Hora
Camping with kids is one of the great summer activities. And if you enjoy it as much as I do, it’s a tradition that’s easy to create and maintain.
For all those who yet believe in fairy tales, Pardubice’s very own Gingerbread Museum is indeed worth a visit. The museum itself is a hunting lodge from the olden days and is created as a ‘Hansel and Gretel Witch House’, designed to attract children.
We all love Lego! As parents, most of us believe that Lego is good for kids. Many of us adults also enjoy Lego. But do we know what to do with the bricks and pieces when we are done playing, or if the child has outgrown the brick or if the bricks are dirty or no more usable?
When: May through September 2018. 9:00 hours to 17:00 hours
Where: Botanicus, spol. s r. o., Ostrá 8, 289 22 Lysá nad Labem
When: June 21, 2018 14:00 hours to 19:00 hours
Where: Lobkowicz Palace, Vlašská 19, Praha 1
Who does not love strawberries! Between spring and summer, the most delicious strawberries are available for picking in Prague. The Czech Ministry of Agriculture has announced that the Czech local berries are more juicy, sweet and tasty in comparison to the ones that are imported. These berries are usually available for harvest until July.
Petr Kuznetsov transformed his career in tennis for a university education while remaining a passionate student of the game. He has been a sports journalist and an active coach in Russia, Portugal and here in the Czech Republic. He moved to Prague, last year to continue his coaching work, this time working almost exclusively with kids. He had a chance to sit down with Little Panda and tell us why tennis is a great sport for kids and how it helps in a child’s mental and physical development.
When: June 16, 2018; from 15:00 hours
Where: Praha Stromovka