It is statistically proven that a sixth of the Czech centenarians, around 105 persons, live in Prague. At the same time there are more senior citizens than children living in Prague. What is it that makes the people in this city so long living? First of all the city is safe, there is a wide range of activities senior citizens can choose from and the accessibility and quality of medical care are good. 

The Czech Republic and Prague in general have a very low crime rate and the city is relatively safe. However, as in all big cities and tourist centres pick-pocketing is not uncommon, especially in crowded buses, trams and metro and in areas frequented by masses of tourists like the area around the Astronomical Clock, the Old Town Square and the Wenceslas Square. Be specially aware of the more enterprising thieves working in gangs - one will distract you while another takes your wallet, purse or phone.
Most of the museum and theatres, the opera, and the botanic gardens offer reduced admission for senior citizens. It might be also interesting to do a trip with the nostalgic tram no. 91.

State Opera Prague
Legerova 75
110 00 Praha 1
prices and schedule: check online
Phone: + 420 296 117 111
English Link: State Opera Prague…

Nostalgic tram No. 91
English Link: Schedule nostalgic tram No. 91