Somewhat overlooked among Paris's cultural centres, the Centre culturel tchèque is a hugely entertaining forum for all things Czech (and more besides). A glance at its online programme reveals the breadth of events that the organisers manage to pack into the modest building: whether you're looking for literary seminars on Kundera and Kafka, film screenings (every Monday) or concerts (oriented around classical and jazz), you're catered for. The centre also provides the requisite language courses – €600-750 for a year – and a valuable library dedicated to Czech culture and society (which was closed for renovations at the time of writing). If all this hasn't yet won you over to the Czech cause, then take note of the centre's partnerships with hip music and arts festivals across the city, such as Jazzycolors 2013, and its promise of the cheapest beer in Paris come Friday night.
|Venue name:||Centre culturel tchèque||Contact:|
18 rue Bonaparte
|Transport:||Métro : Mabillon ou Saint-Germain-des-Prés ; Bus : 39 ou 95|
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