Welcome to PraguePrague has always been an European city of culture. A lot of events are held in Prague every day, included many theater or opera performances, classical or modern music concerts, museums or galleries exhibitions, film festivals and other events. Below find some of the most interesting events and news for upcoming season.
Opera, Classical Music and TheaterYou should not miss to visit State Opera, to listen some classical music concert in Rudolfinum or Municipal House and to see some black light theater performance while you are in Prague this season. Find more information at Music, Film, Theater or get the tickets online. The best performances are often sold out, so book your tickets in advance.
Exhibition is open from 10 am to 8 pm, daily except Mondays from March 28 till August 3, 2014.
Praga automaker, based in Prague-Liben formed before World War II. There were three worldwide famous automakers these days in Czechoslovakia: Laurin & Klement (now Skoda Mlada Boleslav, part of VW Group now), Tatra Koprivnice (remember Paris-Dakar) and Praga. In the second half of the twenties and late thirties Praga even been the best selling car in the domestic market. Production of passenger cars Praga ended World War II. After the year 1947, under the brand Praga manufactured only trucks.
Exhibition is open from 10 am to 6 pm, daily except Mondays, from December 19, 2013 till April 27, 2014.
Money is presented within the wider cultural contexts. In addition to the history of currencies, you have the opportunity to acquaint themselves with the history of commerce and wage labor, or the workings of banks and the stock exchange. The exhibition shall also follow the influence of money on art, lifestyles and human morality. This exceptional exhibition project is accompanied by several smaller presentations from the exhibition cycle of the same name, features the co-operation of a range of distinguished institutions in the Czech Republic and abroad.
Exhibition is open from 10 am to 6 pm, daily from November 29, 2013 till July 15, 2014.
The world's most comprehensive collections of 215 studies, drawings and paintings by Kupka and 17 sculptures by Gutfreund are on display in Museum Kampa beautiful building next to the Charles Bridge. Do not miss it.
Museum is open daily from 10 am till 6 pm.
You can still enjoy an advantage from the Mozart Prague Project. This project was prepared in 2006, when the whole cultural world remembered 250 years from his birth and a great number of cultural events were prepared there. Some of the best events are still held in Prague. Discover Mozart and get the tickets online in the Estates Theatre, National Theatre or State Opera.
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