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Prague sights entertainment

Monuments

Charles Bridge

This 14th century bridge is said to be the most romantic place for a kiss in Prague – though if that’s your goal you would better choose evening or off-season moments given its success!

Prague Castle

Overlooking the city and Vltava river, it has become a symbol of Prague

St-Vitus Cathedral

Inside the Prague Castle, it protects the jewels of the crown

Old Town Square

Its coloured houses are a good reflection of the richness of neighbouring streets. You can also take a virtual tour at http://www.czecot.cz/?&page=18&idvp=2

National Theater

It was financed by a voluntary contribution of Czech people in the 19th century as a symbol of national awakening

St-Nicolas’s Church

rich example of Prague’s Baroque

The Old Jewish Cemetary

And many more...

Check http://www.czecot.cz/?id_region=2 for more

Museums

More than 30 museums and 100 galleries will take you from Middle ages to Mucha and modern art.

Opera and ballets

You can enjoy them in the State Opera or in the National Theater. It is recommended to buy your tickets in advance, for example on www.ticketpro.cz  and visit the state Opera’s website at www.operaprague.com/en/program/

Otherwise you can try to buy tickets directly on-site at the box-office:
Wilsonova 4, Prague 1, tel. +420 224 227 266
Monday - Friday 10 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.
Saturday - Sunday 10 a.m. to 12 a.m., 1 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.
The evening box-office is open in the theatre entrance foyer one hour before each performance.

You can find programs at www.operaprague.com/en/program/

Classical music concerts

You can check www.bohemiaticket.cz or www.ticketpro.cz for programs