Prague plays host to such an incredible range of cultural events, invariably of high quality and low price, that you'll be struggling to see them all unless you're here for a very long time! There are countless magnificent galleries and museums, and though you will struggle at the theatre unless your Czech is excellent, you'll have no problems enjoying yourself at any of the excellent concerts.
If jazz music is your scene then rejoice, for there loads of specialist venues for the chin strokers amongst you. If you need help in whittling down the options then check out our recommendations!
I actually give it 4 - Dvorak never lived in the house himself.
A must for Dvorak and fine music fans, but make sure you arrive before 12:30 or the museum might be closed already to anticipate the 13:00-14:00 lunch break.
Hi people, in this case, I wanna warn you. When I was in Prague, with my girl friend we decided to go to the different kind of theatre. Marionettes looked good. But it was a big mistake. This particular theatre did bad job. Next time I will try another one. CUS...
your link to the Synagogue is incorrect, the right link is www.synagogue.cz, thank you
Czech Republic January 27th, 2011 Dear Sir/ Madam I' m just wondering how can I get the e-mail address for the French Institute in Czech Republic. Is all about- learning, socialising, reading, hearing, find-out more together with czechs. We all care, we want to improve! But how, what other links might be interesting... Randy Johnson
Awesome thank you so much
Just reply to lady from US. You have to control what do you want and what do you pay before payment, no just pay, go out and go back to complain. It wasn't the similar item, firstly was handkerchief about 250 CZK, but you took shawl with handkerchief like set about 1350 CZK. You can see the different in size on first view. So sorry... Mucha Museum Staff
While the museum was amazing, the gift shop is to be skipped. The cashier mislead my husband to believe that what he was buying the 200 czk item he asked for, and then charged him for a similar item that was 1350 czk. When he met me outside of the shop and told me he thought the total was high, we realized the mistake we went right back in to correct it. The evil cashier would not exchange the item, mumbling some crap in Czech as to why, so we were stuck with an expensive item we did not want. As a whole we have encountered a lot of crooks in Prague ripping off tourists, but this was the most outrageous. My advice is when buying expensive items always use a credit card so that the charges can be disputed and also expect all sales to be final.
Hello! Could you please send me some information about how could I learn the french languages in Prague? Is there a way to learn in the French Institute? If yes when can I start it, how often can I do this and how much is it? Would be appreciated if you could some usefull information to my email address. Thank you in advance. Gabi Nemeth
I was hoping to enjoy his work, but I left thinking it was pretty kitsch and overrated. Have to be honest!