Oratorio, Symphony, Chamber Concert and Recital – every genre is represented here in venues that are as magnificent and beautiful as the music that awaits you.

Perhaps not as prominently at the forefront of classical music as its neighbours Vienna and Budapest, it is never-the-less a magical and memorable experience and a must-do when in Prague. From the stunning Dvorak Hall to the quaint Mozart Museum, you are guaranteed to have a wonderful evening at one of the cities classical music events, especially if you visit the city between mid-May and June, which is when the Spring Festival takes place.

During this time you have the chance to see some of the best musicians and conductors in the world perform. Tickets have been known to be as low as $2.

Rudolfinum - Dvorak Hall

Rudolfinum - Dvorak Hall.

Home to the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra this concert hall boasts exceptional acoustic characteristics and is a much sought after location for many film companies who have chosen to record soundtracks to major block buster...

Mozart Museum

Mozart Museum.

When in Prague Mozart often played in an estate called Vila Bertram, which is now home to a museum in his honour, and is a charming venue for classical concerts, which are held either in the garden or the salon from April to October...