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Guarantee your seat for 'Prague Illusion,' one of Prague’s top-rated shows, on your ideal date by prebooking your ticket. Then, look forward to the show knowing your admission is secure before heading to the lounge-bar venue. After taking your seat, marvel at the skills of the resident illusionist: watching feats, puzzles, and daring illusions, experiencing mind-reading and audience participation challenges, and more.
If you have one evening spare in Prague, ‘Antalogia’ by the Black Light Theatre Srnec is a must. A Prague speciality, this theatrical style pairs pitch-black lighting with fluorescent costumes to create visual illusions. Book ahead to secure a seat at your preferred performance of the 'Antalogia' show, and watch actors perform seemingly impossible acrobatics, objects float through the air, and other visual wizardry, all in a non-verbal, fantastical family-friendly show.
Relish the music of Mozart over dinner at this concert-dinner experience in Prague. Relax into the historical Boccaccio Ballroom and savor a 3-course Czech and Austrian dinner as you hear arias and duets from operas such as 'The Magic Flute' and 'Don Giovanni.' Interludes are performed by two singers and five musicians from Czech opera houses. Upgrade to sit at a table for two, perfect for couples.
Whether you’re looking for an atypical Prague experience or the kids need a break from museums, the Black Light Theatre Wow Show is a great option. Let the combination of live performers and 4D effects take you on a visual journey. With an advanced booking, there's no need to wait in line or worry about sold out tickets. Simply show up and prepare to be amazed.
Explore Old Town and enjoy a concert of classical music on this Prague combo tour. From the Astronomical Clock, walk around the city’s historical center with a knowledgeable guide, and see sights like the Charles Bridge. Then head to a baroque chapel or palace to listen to the works of Mozart, Bach or other classical artists.
Engross yourself in Lobkowicz Palace at Prague Castle, the largest fortress complex on the planet, with this super saver two-for one deal: enjoy a classical music concert in the 16th-century palace's baroque concert hall. Then visit the Lobkowicz Palace Museum, marveling at paintings by Canaletto, Cranach, Brueghel and Velázquez and seeing music scores written by Beethoven and Mozart. With an audio guide, learn about the history of the palace, the only privately owned building at Prague Castle.
St. Francis Church is undergoing an extensive reconstruction this year, It will be open on Christmas and in 2018.
Spend a baroque-style evening in Prague at an organ concert at St Francis of Assisi Church in Old Town, near the Charles Bridge. Your ears will delight in the sounds of classical music being played by Czech musicians on one of Prague’s oldest organs, which dates back to 1702 and has been previously played by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Listen to historic melodies by Smetana, Dvořák, Beethoven and Bach during this 1-hour midday concert at UNESCO-listed Prague Castle. Take a pause in your day of sightseeing in Prague to relax and take in some chamber music, surrounded by historic works of art in the Lobkowicz Palace's Baroque concert hall.
Celebrate an evening in Prague in traditional Czech style with dinner and a show, including unlimited wine, beer, and soda. Travel by coach to a typical Czech restaurant and take a seat for an evening of colorful Czech folklore and feasting. Sip on a complimentary glass of sparkling wine and savor a delicious 3-course dinner of signature Czech dishes as you enjoy a fast-paced show of live music, dancing, and singing. Clap along to the cheerful tunes, tap your feet and perhaps join in the fun on the dance floor!
On this evening tour in Prague, explore the sights of Old Town before enjoying dinner and a folk show. Follow a guide around the city’s historical center to see landmarks like the Astronomical Clock and Old Town Square, and hear stories about the city’s long history. Then head to a restaurant for a dinner of Czech dishes accompanied by traditional music and dancers. Beer or wine is included.
Indulge in the trippy and fun 1-hour performance of the HILT Black Light Theatre show. Watch 'The Phantom' and be amazed by this unique spectacle which is unique and fun for travelers in Prague. Watch The Phantom come to life in a dance and pantomime performance.
Prague’s nightlife is known to be epic, but navigating the club scene can be daunting for visitors. Let a local party-goer show you the ropes on a fun and social bar crawl that takes you to three of the hottest spots in town so you can avid tourist traps and let loose in true Czech style. Enjoy no cover charges and free welcome shots at each bar or club.
Take part in Prague’s cultural scene with a live concert performed by the acclaimed Czech Collegium Chamber Ensemble. Sunday concerts feature classics from the American and European songbooks like “Carmina Burana,” “Evita,” and the “Barber of Seville.” You'll also hear traditional Jewish songs fitting for the venue, the historic Maisel Synagogue.
Get cultured in Prague—even on a Monday—with a weeknight concert featuring classical favorites by Mozart and Verdi plus American pop songs by Queen and Leonard Cohen. All songs are performed by the Czech Collegium Chamber Ensemble and take advantage of the historic acoustics inside the 16th-century Maisel Synagogue.
Visit the historic silver mining town of Kutna Hora on this private day trip from Prague, then spend the evening at the Detenice medieval show and dinner. With a guide focused on your personal group, you’ll see the Roman Catholic chapel of Sedlec Ossuary, aka “the bone church of Kutna Hora” and learn about the town’s mining heritage. Later, you’ll enjoy medieval fun at the Detenice show; the dinner is extra, but the roasted meat and dancing swordsmen make the expense worthwhile.
Save vacation time in Prague and avoid missing out on a seat by prebooking for the ‘Aspects of Alice’ show by the Prague Black Light Theatre. Travel independently to the venue and enjoy the visual trickery and black-light effects of this surreal, non-verbal, and family-friendly adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s ‘Alice in Wonderland,’ set in Prague. Two daily showtimes gives you flexibility, and your ticket includes a backstage tour and workshop.
Learn more about Skoda car on this half-day trip to the Skoda factory from Prague. Accompanied by a guide, depart from your hotel in a private vehicle and make your way to the Skoda Car Company Factory and Museum outside of the city. Watch the machines assemble cars before moving on to the museum, where you can see vintage cars and learn about the history of Skoda.
Capture the uplifting spirit of Czech folklore during a 2-hour traditional Czech folklore show including dinner. In an atmospheric venue in the heart of Prague, you’ll observe colorfully-clad dancers and listen to musicians playing customary Czech tunes. Please your palate with a 4-course Czech feast, sample locally-brewed Czech mead and enjoy unlimited beer, wine and soft drinks throughout the evening. Round-trip transport from your Prague hotel is included.
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Sport enthusiasts in Prague—that are looking for a fun twist on a classic game—shouldn't miss this kooky sports excursion. Head to the field with your buddies, and enjoy a bouncy game of bubble football, with all gear included. Just strap on your knee pads, go over the rules, and slide into your plastic bubbles before hitting the pitch. And don't worry about the rules—your personal referee is there to make calls, and keep the game moving.
Take a break from seeing the sights and add a little fun to your day in Prague with a game of bubble football. In your group of between six and 24 players kick off for a lively game of soccer while your upper bodies are all encased in transparent inflatable bubbles. Plenty of laughs are guaranteed.
We play in one of the most beautiful Art Nouveau apartments string quartet exclusiv only for you, in a private setting and relaxed atmosphere. We play the most beautiful Czech chamber music, such as For example, the American Quartet of Dvorak. Then you are cordially invited to toast with us with a glass of wine
I would like to introduce you to the musicians:
1. Violin plays Helena Jiříkovská. She is the lead violinist of the wonderful Skampa Quartet.
2nd violin plays Marta Hajšmanová. She is the leader of the 2nd violin in the Prague Philharmonia
Sylva Jablonská, our cellist, plays in the National Czech Symphony Orchestra and in the group The Swans. I myself am the violist of the ensemble.
The four great Czech composers
B. Smetana: String Quartet No. 1 From my life, Allegro moderato á la polca
L. Janáček: String Quartet No. 1 Kreutzer Sonata, Con Moto
B. Martinů: 7th String Quartet, Andante
A. Dvořák: American Quartet
MAMMA MIA!, one of the most successful musicals in the world based on songs by ABBA, was converted into a unique Czech version that was seen by more than 280,000 people in the Prague Congress Centre. You can once again look forward to the biggest hits, such as Super Trouper, Chiquitita, Money Money Money, The Winner Takes It All, I Have A Dream, Our Last Summer, Dancing Queen, and Mamma Mia!
See Mozart's Don Giovanni opera in the theater where it had its world premier in 1787. Enjoy admission to the Estates Theater, located in the center of Prague's Old Town, and watch Don Giovanni being performed in a beautiful setting.