Thousands of guests sat at a 500 metre-long (1640ft) table on the Charles Bridge in Prague on Tuesday sharing food and drinks they had brought from home.
Guests were encouraged to share with their neighbours and there was no social distancing, something people in countries under lockdown will find hard to relate to.
There have been fewer than 12,000 infections in the Czech Republic, a country of 10 million. About 350 people have died.
The event’s organiser Ondrej Kobza said the celebration was possible due to a lack of tourists in the famously charming city.
Ondrej Kobza, Said “We want to celebrate the end of the coronavirus crisis by letting people meet and show they are not afraid to meet, that they are not afraid to take a piece of a sandwich from their neighbour.”
Spaces for the event, which had to be reserved, were fully booked.
One attendee, Galina Khomchenko-Krejcikova, said she found the event on Facebook and “thought it was interesting”.
The Czech Republic was quick to enforce a lockdown and has managed to avoid the worst of the pandemic.
Last week, the government permitted public gatherings of up to 1,000 people.
Swimming pools, museums, zoos and castles can now open without limits on the number of visitors.
Restaurants, bars and pubs have been allowed to serve people indoors for a month now.