Lama Ole Nydahl in Prague


On Sunday, 17 December 2017, Lama Ole Nydahl will hold a public lecture in Prague.

Sunday, 17 December 2017

Kralovka Sports Hall (, Nad Královskou oborou 51, Prague 7.

10.00 meditation
15.00 public lecture by Lama Ole Nydahl

Entrance fee:
EUR 15 (CZK 350)

Parking „Fotbalový stadion Letná“, GPS 50.0989447N, 14.4192111E
Parking „Podzemní parkoviště Letná“, GPS 50.0986147N, 14.4164358E

Practical information:
on public transport, accommodation & parking with a map
for download as PDF here » (English version starts on p. 2)

There will be no sleeping halls available and sleeping in the Buddhist center will not be possible. If you are planning to stay in Prague for a couple of days, you will need to arrange for our own accommodation.

Good hotels / hostels nearby:

Hotel Leon:
Extol Inn:
Sir Toby’s Hostel:
Plaza Alta Hotel:

Hostel Seven:

Or you may try or

Program held in English in Czech meditation centers

(Foreign Buddhist teachers usually hold lectures in English. Below is a list of their tours in Czech centres.)

Regular Programme in English

Guided 16th Karmapa meditation sessions (suitable also for absolute beginners):

  • Prague – every Thursday from 8 p.m.
  • Brno – every Thursday from 8 p.m.

Czech meditation centers and groups

List of all Czech centers and groups:

Czech retreat centers:


Diamond Way Buddhism of Karma Kagyu Lineage

The centres of Diamond Way Buddhism of Karma Kagyu Lineage were founded by Lama Ole Nydahl and work under the spiritual guidance of H.H. 17th Karmapa Thinley Thaye Dorje. Karma Kagyu is one of four major Tibetan Buddhist schools which stresses meditation and oral transmission of teachings imparted by the historical Buddha Shakyamuni and afterwards by an unbroken lineage of meditation masters. The Diamond Way Buddhism came to the Western countries in the 1970’s. Today there are about 600 Diamond Way Buddhist centres worldwide.

For more information on the Diamond Way Buddhism, Karma Kagyu and our teachers in English, please visit our international websites:

Czech Republic

The Diamond Way Buddhism has been developing in the Czech Republic since the first half of the 1990’s. Since 2007, the Czech Buddhist organization became officially registered by the Czech Ministry of Culture as a religious society. Today there are about 50 centres in the Czech Republic which co-operate extensively with the international organization.

Main activities

  • Lectures of Czech and foreign teachers on Buddhism
  • Buddhist meditations for the public
  • Meditation weekends and summer courses
  • Publishing of Buddhist books and a magazine
  • Tibetan art exhibitions
  • Buddhist film festivals


Buddhismus Diamantové cesty linie Karma Kagjü, n. s.
Na Maninách 17a
170 00 Prague 7