Neo-Renaissance building overlooking the Vltava River designed by architect J. Zítek and built from the proceeds of public collection. The building was gutted by fire just before opening but rebuilt in record-breaking time of two years according to the Josef Schulz's original plans. Czech artists of the period contributed to the exte­rior and interior decorations of "the Golden Chapel" which became the pride of the Czech nation.


The oldest theatre in Prague, where Mozart's opera Don Giovanni had its first performance on 29 October 1787. Simultaneous English language translations (headphones) provided at dramatic performances. Opera and ballet too.


One of the main attractions at the World Exhibitions in Brussels and Montreal. The show is based on the use of several artistic media: theatre, music, live artists and film. The experts say that it is the most exhaustive and inventive combination of all the technical possibilities of modern screen; attractive are the numbers of actors, dancers and singers who alternate and interact film with film sequences on various sizes of screen.


Originally Prague’s German theatre. Currently renowned for its classical opera and ballet performances.


All year round there are attractive concerts of classical music in traditional concert halls, Prague palaces, churches and gardens.


A unique show based on a special combination of pantomime, light show and music attracting spectators to the world of magic and fantasy.



Opera or ballet:  
National Theatre
from 33,-
Prague State Opera from 33,-
Estates Theatre (Mozart’s opera)
from 33,-
Theatre and performances:  
Laterna Magica from 31,-
Black theatre from 21,-
Křižík´s fountain from 10,-
Beer party at brewery (incl. dinner, music, beer)        from 30,-
Folklore evenings (incl. singing, dancing, dinner, drinks) from 30,-