Prague is a wonderful destination for music lovers. There are many places where you can enjoy the experience of watching a live concert in this lovely city, so once you’ve booked your Prague airport transfers, consider visiting the following sites of interest.
This impressive Neo-Renaissance building is located in the Old Town next to the river, and inside you will find the Dvoark Concert Hall, which is one of the biggest and best in the city. This grand hall is a popular venue for the very best orchestras, and the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra is also based here. You may pass by the site on your Prague airport transfers, but make sure you return to explore inside and enjoy a concert.
Municipal House, also known by its other name of the Smetana Concert Hall, is the most important Art Nouveau building in the city – in fact it’s renowned as one of the best in Europe. The large concert hall regularly hosts classical performances and it is also home to the Czech National Symphony Orchestra.
Located in the Old Town, the Klementinum is a historic old building that dates back to the 13th century. The building has evolved over the centuries and it is now an excellent venue for concerts, which are held in the Mirror Chapel. Mozart even played here once. As you’ll almost certainly pass by on the route of the Prague airport transfers, get the driver to point out the location then return on foot once you’ve settled in.
St. Nicholas Church
Located in the Old Town Square, this beautiful white building is one of the most important churches in the city. It also boasts wonderful acoustics, and for this reason it regularly hosts classical concerts.
Lobkowicz Palace is located inside Prague Castle, and it is one of the best places in the city to enjoy an afternoon concert. The outdoor setting is a huge draw for visitors, and you can make a whole day of it by buying a package to see the museum as well as enjoy a concert during your visit.
Located in Republic Square in the Old Town and opposite Municipal House, Hybernia Theatre is another of the city’s largest theatres – and the acoustics are excellent. It is a modern and comfortable venue where locals and tourists go to enjoy classical concerts and ballet.
St. Martin in the Wall Church
This 12th century church near the Old Town Square is not only popular for being a historic setting but also because of its excellent acoustics. The classical concerts held here are very popular, so make sure you book to avoid missing out.
There are so many places to enjoy a concert when you arrive in the city. Once you’ve booked your Prague airport transfers, get out and explore the musical delights of the city – but do book your place early to enjoy this wonderful cultural experience.