Taste the traditional Czech cuisine and enjoy the authentic folk evenings at Restaurant U Marčanů.
Rudolfinum: cultural centre where art exhibitions go hand in hand with top concerts of the Czech Philharmonic
Brightly colored spaces of the new educational centre encourage creativity and playfulness.
The most famous Neo-Renaissance concert hall in Prague standing by the river Vltava.
Renaissance St. Salvator Church commissioned by Emperor Rudolf II is a favourite Prague concert venue.
An interactive visit with Slivovitz tasting awaits you in the Slivovitz Museum near the Charles Bridge.
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!
Ancient Romanesque-Gothic church in Prague New Town once served as a prison.
Sts. Simon and Jude Church in Prague Old Town serves as a concert hall. It is a seat of Prague Symphony Orchestra
The building is located in the courtyard of Karlova street and is part of cultural monument.
Live jazz and blues performances, great food and drinks and cosy interior with friendly staff
Vyšehrad Orchards are located in the southeastern part of the Vyšehrad fortress by the Basilica of St. Peter and St. Paul.