Explore the history of Prague Jews in the Jewish Quarter established during the 12th century
Kutná Hora is the ancient silver mining city and its historical center is part of the UNESCO Heritage site.
Classical concerts by renowned musicians and by Academy graduates are held in the Martinů Hall.
The Maisel Synagogue belongs to the Jewish Museum. Visit its permanent exhibitions and occasional concerts.
International centre for contemporary art
The Klementinum´s Baroque Mirror Chapel frequently host chamber classical music concerts.
The Grégr Hall in the Municipal House is a popular venue for chamber concerts of classical music.
Visit the most important hall of the Municipal House and admire the stunning Art Nouveau decorations.
Visit the City of Hundred Spires, a monument of UNESCO, the capital city of Czech Republic - Prague.
The newly refurbished State Opera Prague is one of the most important music scenes in Europe.
The most famous Neo-Renaissance concert hall in Prague standing by the river Vltava.
St. Agnes Convent is a pearl of Prague gothic architecture and a national historical landmark.
This Gothic church with Romanesque origins was built in the 12th century. Enjoy the classical music concerts!
Sts. Simon and Jude Church in Prague Old Town serves as a concert hall. It is a seat of Prague Symphony Orchestra
Vltava is celebrated by the famous Czech composer Bedřich Smetana in the symphonic cycle "Má vlast".
Vyšehrad is said to be the oldest settlement in Prague. Take a walk, have a coffee, reminisce.