Prague Events Calendar

This page is under construction. Sorry for the hassle! We hope to have more events and links to each month soon. For now, read through some of the tips below.



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Many of the events on our calendars won't need reservations or an advanced ticket. For example, if you're interested in visiting a gallery or museum, just buy tickets at the office when you arrive. (Note: galleries and museums are generally closed on Mondays.)

Of course, for larger venues and popular performances, then booking tickets ahead is advised. So, for example, if you're coming to see Pink at the O2 arena, then get tickets well in advance.

Advanced tickets are also recommended for higher-end theatres and opera houses. These would include Prague concerts, operas and ballets at the National Theatre, Prague Opera House, Rudolfinum and the Estates Theatre to name a few.

So, if you want to see Mozart's Don Giovanni at the Estates Theatre, then please book tickets in advance - especially if there are more than 2 in your group.

You can reserve tickets at a variety of spots in the city and on the web. BohemiaTicket and TicketPro are just two agencies that have a wide variety of options.

Tickets can often be delivered to your place of accommodation and sometimes you can print tickets and bring them with you.

Tip

If you're already in Prague or can't book tickets in advance, stop by the venue's box office first. This way you save money and avoid the fees charged by all the ticket agencies.

More Sightseeing and Events

One of our favorite things about Prague is that you don't always need an itinerary to find something fun to do and see. Often, you can just walk through the city and find something interesting - all without posters.

We've seen a variety of free to very cheap concerts in the summer at a variety of churches.  You might try either of the two St. Nicholas churches - the domed one in Mala Strana or the white Baroque one on Old Town Square. These often have classical music concerts with tickets purchased at the door.

The Jewish Museum also has ongoing programs of music. The Spanish Synagogue in particular is a great place to hear music and it's absolutely beautiful inside.

Another option to break up the routine of Prague sightseeing is to stop by for an afternoon concert at the Lobkowicz Palace. Many people consider this building to be one of the most remarkable in Prague - so an afternoon concert is a delight. Tickets are be bought at the door.

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