The purpose of this page is to present all the main concerts, operas and ballets held in Prague, so as to enable you to prepare your stay in Prague the best way possible by selecting in advance the shows you wish to attend. Let us help you to discover Czech culture!
Do you like live music and songs? Would you like to enjoy it while savouring tasty hearty Czech food, accompanied with unique excellent Czech lager in the authentic traditional atmosphere of a real pub? Then come and join this unforgettable, entertaining and amusing show U Fleků!
Enjoy some special moments with an exceptionnal cuisine and the best of Mozart's compositions in the extraordinary Boccaccio Ballroom of the Grand Hotel Bohemia in Prague.
Bellevue restaurant is located close to Charles Bridge, offering one of the superb views over the Vltava river and the famous Prague Bridge. It is an excellent place to spend a romantic evening.
Discover Prague at the pace of jazz with a music cruise on the Vltava River...
Lunch cruises give the opportunity to discover Prague while enjoying a peaceful ride on the Vltava River and savoring a convivial lunch. You can choose as you wish among the various cold and warm dishes that the buffet has to offer, while admiring the beauty of Prague’s sights lining the River.
A World Unique Piece in Prague: the most famous concert hall of the Czech Republic, Rudolfinum, will be illuminated by a fifty minutes long videomapping accompanied by classical music of a symphony orchestra.
The first performance of Don Giovanni from Mozart was in Prague in 1787. The National Marionette Theatre of Prague is an institution that was founded in the 18th century. It presents the most famous Mozart’s Opera and shows wooden-made characters during a two-hour wonderful theatre show.
As in many churches in Prague, concerts are also taking place at the Spanish Synagogue, well known for its splendid néo-mauresque decoration style.
The organ concert in the Church of St Francis of Assisi nearby the Charles Bridge will be an unusual musical experience for you. While listening baroque and classicist masters, you will enjoy the lavish decoration of the church.
During the months of April and May, Klementinum organizes a series of concerts especially made for the Easter celebrations.
The Black Light Theatre of Jiri Srnec is one of the first Czech modern black theatres as well as being one of the most famous exemplars of Czech theatre art in the world. Antologia, a child-spirited performance, is a retrospective selection of the best scenes of the black light theatre and is literally "bringing the ...
Alfred Radok and Josef Svoboda revealed their innovative concept at the exhibition EXPO 58: the Laterna magika, a multi disciplinary process where modern physical and optical techniques are combined to the performance of artists (actors, dancers, singers, musicians, clowns, mimes…) and to the simultaneous screening of slides, cartoons or other videos. This innovative concept was ...
At Prague castle, Lobkowicz family Palace hosts daily concert of the most known classical and baroque music composers.
Are you fascinated by the Middle-Ages? Would you like to experience the real atmosphere of a traditional medieval tavern where the drinks are flowing, food is always plentiful, people play cards and now and again a sword fight flares up? If so, then try the medieval Spider Tavern (U Pavouka) in the Old Town!
Weekend Brunch at Mlýnec: one of the most famous restaurant in Prague offering an amazing view on Charles bridge and Vltava river. During the summer months, seating is also available at the terrace over the Vltava River.
The V Zátiší Restaurant is one of the Old Town's best kept secrets. Established on the charming Bethlehem square, this cozy and elegant restaurant serves an exceptional cuisine with an excellent wine carte to accompany your meal.
Don’t miss out this unique opportunity to visit ‘Dancing House’ a masterpiece of deconstructivism. Come and enjoy the great food at Ginger &Fred restaurant, which is located on the top of Dancing House and experience sweeping, breathtaking views of Prague’s most beautiful historical sites and buildings.
Not far from Charles Bridge, the restaurant is particularly remarkable for the unforgettable view from its large bay windows or its terrace, which dominates the Vltava and faces the castle promontory.
Restaurant La Dégustation Bohême Bourgeoise is situated in the Old Town, one of the city’s most beautiful quarters and is one of the most sought after restaurants in the City. In 2012 it was awarded two Michelin stars for its outstanding, unique, culinary art of dining, combining traditional and modern trends.
The restaurant U Modré Kachničky ("The Little Blue Duck" in Czech), concealed behind a discreet blue façade in a narrow street in Malá Strana, has managed to convert Czech everyday meals into very sophisticated high-class Bohemian cuisine.
Following the success of the first restaurant bearing the same name, a new locale enjoying similar charm was opened mere steps from the Old Town Square in Prague, where you can relish classic dishes of Czech traditional cuisine.
Undoubtedly the most famous brewery and restaurant in Prague – the renowned "U Fleků" is situated in New Town nearby the National Theatre. Local specialty is the delicious and full of flavour flekovsky larger at 13°P". This larger is produced by the brewery which used to be located under the roof of what is today ...
Just across the Vltava River from the National Theater, the popular restaurant Olympia is the third restaurant owned by the Kolkovna group. It already used to welcome a loyal clientele in the 1930's under the name Urban’s Café, and later Opera Café.
At the bend of one of Prague's oldest streets, an exotic and golden tiger is waiting for you. Beware, it has an iconic status!
Next to the impressive colonnade of the Czernin palace and close to the Our Lady of Loreto church is another major landmark in Prague's life: "The Black Ox" is a historical pub in the Castle District, its spirit hasn't changed a bit from what it always used to be. The main attraction there ...
Mere steps from the Old Town Square, in the Josefov district, enjoy some Czech specialties in this typical bar-restaurant, a favorite among locals.
This restaurant is currently closed because of reconstruction
In a street located behind the "Staroměstská" (Old Town) subway station you will find, if you know where to look, a charming little restaurant, where you can enjoy typically Czech dishes at cheap prices. A good Prague restaurant to try without hesitation!
Just a short walk from the Old Town Square, the restaurant in the hotel "U Staré paní " (The Old Lady) welcomes every day numerous clients looking for simple but good and inexpensive meals.
¡Un poco de Cuba en Praga!… La Bodeguita Del Medio on the Kaprova street, near the Old Town Square, is the ideal place for all aficionados of Cuban but also other Latin American cocktails and music.
There are numerous Italian restaurants in Prague, but one of them is especially renowned for its authenticity and for the quality of the Italian cuisine it prepares and serves in a homelike fashion. The Trattoria Cicala brings a piece of Italy down to the center of Prague, it also attracts many a local celebrity and ...
Maitrea, the latest Zen-styled vegetarian restaurant in the Prague Old Town, is an ideal place for those of you who want to eat vegetarian meals in an elegant and hushed atmosphere.
Concealed in the corner of a little winding street in the picturesque Malá Strana District, the BarBar restaurant is a lively place, a meeting spot for locals, where you can enjoy delicious meals. The menu offers a large selection of vegetarian dishes, a rare occurrance in Prague.
Hidden at the back of a courtyard in a narrow street behind the Our Lady before Tyn church, this Indian/vegetarian restaurant is one of the three ‘Dhaba Beas’ restaurants in Prague.
The café of the Municipal House (Kavárna Obecního domu) is located right next to the Powder Gate, one of the entrance gates to the Old Town and is a perfect location for taking a break during walks around the historical city centre or just before / after a concert in the Smetana Hall. You ...
Facing the National Theater is Prague’s most famous café: a symbol of the city as a whole, of its turbulent history, its very rich intellectual life, its way of life, of thought, of expression.
In the Municipal House, architects, sculptors, painters, tile setters, stucco setters and other decorators have created a triumphant masterpiece that radiates grandiose splendor, and which became the high symbol of Art Nouveau on the Bohemian territory.
On the second floor of a building on the Národní street, the Louvre is a large complex with several rooms including a restaurant, a billiard room, a terrace, a café inspired by the Belle époque, as well as cozy lounges to sit in while enjoying some sweet pastry or a warm meal, reading the newspapers ...
Founded in 1911, the café Montmartre in Prague, better known among locals by the name “cabaret Montmartre”, still welcomes guests day and night in a building called U třech divých (House at the Three Savages).
This young café was founded in the late 1990’s and is one of the newest cafés in the city. In the heart of the Old Town labyrinth, very close to the Our Lady before Tyn church, to the University and to numerous cultural sites, it attracts mainly a clientele of young students, artists and ...
Close to Prague’s castle, the Úvoz street houses a café that exudes bohemian spirit: U Zavěšenýho Kafe (the hanging coffee) is a place to remember. It is specific for its concept, already adopted by numerous Prague inhabitants and fans from all over the world.
The café Kafíčko is a very inconspicuous but wonderful little place mere steps from Charles Bridge, in the delightful Baroque district of Malá Strana. It is concealed in a picturesque street, out of the way of tourist crowds.
This modern café, entirely set up in the “Brussels style”, lies in the Vinohrady district, very close to the National Museum. When you step in, you will feel as if you had taken a trip in time back to the ever optimist and colorful sweet sixties…
The Prague premises of this Czech tea house chain are located right in the heart of Prague’s most famous avenue, the Wenceslas square. Find the shop sign (a tea cup on a tealeaf) and let the Zen spirit invade your mind…