You can find full entertainment listings on the Prague Events Calendar (wwww.pragueeventscalendar.cz), Prague Experience (wwww.pragueexperience.cz), or in the Day&Night section of the rather overpriced English-language paper the Prague Post (sold in the kiosks on Wenceslas Square). Small classical concerts are held in churches in the tourist district every night – you’ll be pelted with fliers as you walk through town, or you can find listings online.

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Alternative Prague: escaping the tourist trail

Alternative Prague: escaping the tourist trail

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An expert’s guide: the best places to stay in Prague

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How Prague's homeless are guiding travellers round the city

How Prague's homeless are guiding travellers round the city

Founded by students in 2012, Pragulic – a social enterprise that helps the city’s homeless find work as tour guides – is seeing a growth in interest. Led…

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