We visited Prague a couple of weeks ago and were lucky enough to get tickets to one of the concerts in the Prague Spring season at the Municipal House. Although the acoustics are not brilliant, the atmosphere was amazing and the orchestra excellent. A word of advice though - the Czechs take their music seriously and were all dressed very smartly. My boyfriend, who was in smart trousers and shirt, commented that he wished he'd worn a jacket to the concert. On the plus side, tickets were £10 each for a box seat.
We did this in 2002 but it is well worth a go if these guided evening tours by Czech students are still running. We had to wait under the Cuckoo Clock Tower in the main square at 7pm to meet a student and pay a ridiculous sum (something like 50p) for the tour and a free drink. The great thing was that the student took my partner and I (the only people to turn up!) to all the local bars where beer really is 20p a glass and we received fasinating conversation for about three hours about what life was like under communist rule and an insider's insight into the capital. Highly recommended!
Pick up a leaflet at the Tourist Information Office in the main square.
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