A significant Prague monastery founded by Charles IV in the 14th century.
In Hybernia theatre you can see the best of the famous ballet and opera performed by leading Czech artists.
Neogothic chapel of the Evangelical church is located in the Prague district of Vinohrady (Prague 2).
The tower of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church built in 1928 offer beautiful views of Prague.
The largest synagogue of the Prague Jewish community is built in Art Nouveau and Moorish style.
Admirable Baroque cathedral by the Charles Bridge, in which great chamber classical concerts are held.
Concerts in the Music Academy in Liechtenstein Palace are known for their high artistic level.
Classical concerts by renowned musicians and by Academy graduates are held in beautiful Martinů Hall.
The reconstructed hall offers a variety of cultural events. The adjoining restaurant offers tasty refreshments.
A famous Prague theatre with rich history is also a second largest theatre scene after the national Theatre.
The Republic Square in the Prague center is dominated by the Municipal House
Lobkowicz Palace is located at the the Prague Castle complex. Accomodate a midday classic concert to your visit.
Welcome to Reduta, the legendary jazzclub featuring top Prague jazz concerts!
Taste the traditional Czech cuisine and enjoy the authentic folk evenings at Restaurant U Marčanů.
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.
A monastery Baroque church next to Charles Bridge with long tradition of organ concerts
This Gothic church with Romanesque origins was built in the 12th century. Enjoy the classical music concerts!
Renaissance St. Salvator Church commissioned by Emperor Rudolf II is a favourite Prague concert venue.
Beautiful Gothic St. Giles Church with Baroque decorations in the heart of Prague Old Town