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Operas, Balets and Concerts in Prague
The saying goes: “If he’s a Czech, he’s a musician,” and music here literally pulsates at every step. Street musicians, historical churches with flawless acoustics, concert halls, and posh opera houses will leave you with an indelible impression of musical Prague.
Alšovo nábřeží 12, Prague 1
The neo-Renaissance Rudolfínum is home to the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, concert and gallery spaces, as well as one of the main venues of the annual Prague Spring Music Festival. This art centre was envisioned by architects J. Schulz and J... Read more about
Prague State Opera
Legerova 75, Prague 1
The State Opera, near Wenceslas Square, also belongs on the list of exceptional places. Today plays, opera, and ballet are all on the bill. Originally a German theatre for operas and operettas, it opened to great fanfare in 1888. Architects.. Read more about
The National Theatre
Národni 223/2, 112 30 Prague 1
Municipal House
nám. Republiky 5, Prague 1
The stunning Art Nouveau building known as the Municipal House was built between 1910-1912, according to blueprints from architects A. Balšánek and O. Polívka. Its fantastic ornamentation is the product of the combined efforts of a number of.. Read more about
Estates Theatre
Železná 540/11, Prague 1
The Classicist Estates Theatre ranks among Europe’s most beautiful and hosts plays, opera, and ballet. The theatre’s foundation stone was laid in 1781 on land belonging to art-lover and German-Praguer Count Antonín František Nostic Rieneck... Read more about
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