Cultural Institutes in Prague

Various national cultural institutions in Prague host a wide variety of artistic offerings throughout the year.

Austrian Cultural Institute (Rakouský kulturní fórum)

Address: Jungmannovo náměstí 18, Nové Město;

Very good exhibitions of Austrian art, with concerts, films and talks.

British Council (Britská rada)

Address: Bredovský dvůr, Politických vězňů 13, Nové Město;

Various lectures and events all year, plus temporary exhibitions, newspapers, magazines and a reading room.

Goethe Institut

Address: Masarykovo nábřeží 32, Nové Město;  

Weekly German films and frequent lectures; small exhibition space and library.

Hungarian Cultural Centre (Madhrské kulturní středisko)

Address: Rytířská 25-27, Stare Město;

Weekly film showings and regular exhibitions and concerts.

Institut français de Prague (Francouzský institut)

Address: Štěpánská 35, Nové Město;

Great exhibitions and a great café, with croissants and journaux. Also puts on screenings of classic French films, plus lectures and even the odd concert.

Instituta Italiana di Cultura (Italský kulturní imstitut)

Address: Šporkova 14, Malá Strana;

Exhibitions, films and events staged in various locations including the wonderful Baroque chapel on Vlašská.

lnstituto Cervantes (Spanělské kulturní centrum)

Address: Na Rybníčku 6, Nové Město;

Regular programme of concerts and films, plus a library.

Polish Institute (Polský institut)

Address: Male náměstí 1, Stare Město;

Weekly film showings, occasional concerts and lectures.


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