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Prague Opera Ballet & Classical Music Holidays

Experience the beautiful city of Prague with IFC. Our holidays offer you the chance to see stunning Prague as well as enjoying opera and ballet performances in the wonderful venues. The city will delight you at every turn, with palaces, cathedrals, and churches located throughout. See the many splendid bridges arching across the river, none more famous than the exquisite 15th century Charles Bridge, plus historic churches and merchants’ houses adorning the beautiful old town. Not forgetting the fascinating “astronomical clock” on the city’s unpronounceable square, Staromesti Namesti. The city boasts three wonderful Opera Houses: the ornate and stately National Theatre which places emphasis on works by native Czech composers, the stunning Prague State Theatre, and the historic Estates Theatre where the premiere of Mozart’s Don Giovanni took place. Classical music performances are held in the Rudolfinim and the Municipal House.

Prague Opera, Ballet and Music for Individuals

For those interested in travelling independently Prague, we will tailor-make your opera or music holiday based on your requested travel dates and requirements.   Please contact us on 01 888 7840 to request a tailor-made Prague Holiday. Performance details for the coming season can be found below by clicking on the venue.


Prague State Opera

The Prague State Opera was built in 1888 and thanks to its spacious auditorium and rich Neo-Rococo décor, the venue is one of the the most beautiful opera houses in Europe.

The National Theatre

Prague's National Theatre is a stunning neo-Renaissance building dating from 1868-83. Located opposite the Vltava River, it is recognisable by its stunning golden rooftop.

Estates Theatre

Prague’s Estates Theatre opened in 1783. It is Prague's oldest opera house and many say that it one of the most beautiful opera houses in Europe.

Rudolfinum, Dvořák Hall

Named in honour of Rudolf, Crown Prince of Austria, The Rudolfinum is one of the most important Neo-Renaissance buildings in Prague and home to the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra.

The Municipal House

Prague's most prominent Art Nouveau building is situated on the site of the former Royal Court Palace. With its Art Nouveau gold trimmings and stained glass windows, it is a popular attraction for visitors to the city.