Prague Pride 2019

Prague Pride 2019


Prague Pride Days full of culture, entertainment and tolerance in the summer Prague. Following the example of other European metropolises, the Czech Republic began supporting IgtB culture in 2008.
Since then, the streets of the Czech cities have been lit up by rainbow colors. The same goes for Prague sistertown Brno, where the tradition of marches supporting the rights of lesbians, gays, transgenders and bisexuals was born with the support of the famous Czech tennis player Martina Navrátilová.

Three years later, the rainbow parade traveled through Prague. Every year the event is accompanied by more and more people from the Czech Republic, as well as from abroad, of which two drawn IT not only in support of human rights thanks to an interesting accompanying program and relaxed atmosphere.
Prague Pride Days full of culture, entertainment and tolerance in summertime Prague. Following the example of other European metropolises, the Czech Republic started supporting LGTB culture in 2008. Since then the streets of Czech cities have been regularly illuminated by rainbow colours. That goes for Prague as well as Brno, where the tradition of marches supporting the rights of lesbians, gays, transgender and bisexuals was born with the support of the famous Czech tennis player Martina Navrátilová.
Three years later the rainbow parade marched through Prague. Each year the event is joined by more and more people from the Czech Republic as well as from abroad, who are drawn to it not only in support of human rights but also thanks to an interesting accompanying programme and the relaxed atmosphere.
Program 2018:

One love, one marriage by Rober Vano : View this travelling exhibition by the renowned photographer Robert Vano in the halls of train stations in regional cities from May to December 2018. The exhibition of photographs shows gay and lesbian couples with their families, friends and colleagues. The exhibition participants are from the entire Czech Republic. location : Praha hlavni nadrazi , central trainstation Hall

Pride Village :
Address: Strelecky ostrov, 110 00 Praha-Praha 1,<br/< The Pride will return to the Strelak and again make it a warm oasis in the center of Prague. It will be food, drink, sports, chill, and every other day. On Monday, we will start the festival with a concert, Tuesday to celebrate marriage and family, sport center, Thursday workshops and drag show. We will dance a lot on Friday and relax on a picnic Sunday. On Saturday, the Pride Village will be closed every year, because off the rainbow parade .

Barrier-free access and Wi-Fi with loungers for lounges and borrowing your picnic blankets. There will also be sports and desks. A rich musical program awaits you every day.
They will also prepare refreshment stalls (to give your sausage a pride is a necessity). Check out the program for each day.
Parade : The parade route is 3, 5 km long. Starting place is Vaclavske namesti
Prague Pride 2019

Prague Pride Days full of culture, entertainment and tolerance in the summer Prague. Following the example of other European metropolises, the Czech Republic began supporting IgtB culture in 2008.

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