Classical Music & Theater

Classical Music & Theater


Prague Christmas Markets 2018


Main markets are open: 1st of December 2018 – 6th of January 2019 The main Christmas markets in Prague on Old Town Square and on Wenceslas Square are open from 1st of December 2018 till 6th of January 2019). The opening of Christmas markets has become an integral part of the holiday season in Prague.…

Exterior Old New Synagogue Prague

Old-New Synagogue Prague


The old Jewish Quarter in Prague, called Josefov, hides a large number of historical buildings, secluded corners, hidden lanes and other interesting places. One of the oldest and most interesting buildings in the Old Jewish Quarter is the Old Synagogue, located next to the Jewish Town Hall. History Only very few synagogues in the world…


Top 10 Places to Swim in Prague


So far, Prague has been witnessing some record breaking weather temperatures this year. We have only had a couple of mild spring days and the climate jumped straight to summer days early on in April. These temperatures have held throughout the summer of 2018 in Prague with only a few showers here and there. Because…

The State Opera Prague


The State Opera House on Prague’s Wilson Street is the main opera stage in the Czech Republic. Together with the National Theater, the New Stage and the Estates Theater, it forms the National Theater institution which consists of three artistic ensembles: opera, ballet and drama. The Prague opera scene is very well known and is…

Czech Filharmonic Orchesetra in Prague Rudolfinum Concert Hall

Czech Philharmonic Orchestra


Public performance of classical music has a long tradition in the Czech Lands. The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, founded in 1896 has a rich history and is the most significant symphony orchestra in Czech Republic. The ensemble started its activities with a concert at the Rudolfinum in Prague and continues to run to this day. At…


Franz Kafka Museum


Franz Kafka (1883-1924) is one of the most famous writers that lived in Prague, that has become one of the most significant literary figures worldwide. The writers unusual life story and a unique writing style give his work peculiar and exceptional character that is underlined by the existence of the Franz Kafka Museum in the…


National Technical Museum


The National Technical Museum in Prague located in the Letná district is the largest Czech museum specializing in scientific and technical expositions. It was founded in 1908 and since then it has been operating continuously with 14 permanent exhibitions and a number of seasonal expositions. History of the National Technical Museum Efforts to collect samples…

Old Town Square


The Old Town Square in Prague is probably the most famous square in Prague as well as the most beautiful square in Prague that you must visit! The name of the square has changed several times throughout its history, as has the architectural style and character of the place, but the most important sights on…




The majestic Rudolfinum building in Prague is located on the right bank of the Vltava River, and from the beginning of its planning it was considered as a multipurpose house for music shows, with gallery spaces and the Czech conservatory music school. History of Rudolfinum In the years 1876-1881, the construction of the Rudolfinum building…


National Theater Prague


The neo-renaissance building of the National Theater in Prague in Ostrovní Street is probably the most famous theater in the Czech Republic and an important part of the Czech national identity. Part of the National Theatre institution are three other stages – New Stage, the Estates Theater and the State Opera in Prague. From the…