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VIII Art Festival: Czech Republic, Prague
(July 2017)

Festival Overview


  • Folklore groups, orchestras, majorettes, modern dance groups, choirs (open-air concert), brass bands, music bands from all over the world
  • The number of the participants are not limited
  • No age limits

Application deadline: 15 FEBRUARY, 2017

Festival Schedule

20.07.17 – Day 1:

  • Afternoon arrival at Prague
  • Accommodation at hotel, meeting with group leaders
  • Dinner, free program – walking in the Vltava River

21.07.17 – Day 2:

  • Breakfast, morning optional sightseeing in Prague (Old Town Square, Old Town Hall Tower, Astronomic Clock,
    St. Nicholas Church, Charles Bridge)
  • Performance
  • Dinner – Free program

22.07.17 – Day 3:

  • Breakfast, optional program – boat trip on the river Vltava
  • Optional sightseeing (Prague Castle, St. Vitus Cathedral, St. George’s Basilica, Loreta Church)
  • Afternoon performance
  • Dinner – Prague at night – Wenceslas Square
  • Aqua Park, Jewish Quarter, Synagogue
  • Performance – gala concert, receiving the gifts and diplomas
  • Dinner – Free program

23.07.17 – Day 4:

  • Breakfast, departure of participants
  • Additional offers that can be booked

Participation fee includes

  • Participation in the festival concerts (2 performances)
  • Accommodation in 4 star hotels ( Olympik Hotel , Top Hotel ) triple-quadruple rooms (Supplement for double room is 5 euro per person per day)
  • Half-board (buffet)
  • Diploma, gift
  • Organization expenses

Participation fee does not include

  • Transport
  • Optional programs
  • Insurance
July 20 2017


Start: 20 July, 2017 @ 8:00 am
End: 23 July, 2017 @ 5:00 pm
Cost: €98
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Participation fee: 98 euro/person
Additional days can be booked for 30€/person/day
At every 25 participants 1 is gratis

Additional Info
Hundred-spired Prague, Prague – the mother of cities, magical Prague. These are just three titles which the capital of the Czech Republic proudly wears. Since the very beginnings of the Czech state, it has been its natural, political, business and cultural center. This historic yet modern city is more than 1,000 years old. It has an extraordinary charm about it which can be sensed in every season. Its status as a UNESCO World Heritage site speaks for its worth. In the last couple of years more than 180 groups and 6000 performers magnified the festivals with their presence and performance from all around the world.