Cathedrals and churches, Prague
This city is beautifull in the night, make sure you cross at least Charles Bridhe and take a look around you, the lights the people, the river, everything looks amazing at night. It's a must see ! I think the pictures I took speak from themself
The church of St. Savior offers every day an interesting choice among two concerts, generally one to the 17-18 and the second to the 20. You can assist to good concert representations of the principal Czech authors and not (like Paganini, Mozart, Litz...).
Hang out at the Karluv Most and see the view of Prague Castle at night is already entertaining much more watching people. The River view was quiet a view from all directions.
Dress Code: Casual or whatever is comfortable (I've seen girls with short skirts that made them uncomfortable when the wind blows a little harder) they may look nice but we don't need a show. Jacket my help if there is wind.
There is a lot of typical night life in Prague. There are many friendly bars and clubs, many restaurants and lots of evening activity. But aside from the typical tourist nightlife, Prague has many classical and semi classical concerts every night. Here at St. Nicholas there are concerts each evening. You can purchase tickets at the church door during the day while you are walking around Old Town Square. There are also many street vendors walking the streets selling tickets to the concerts.
Many shops stay open till late in the tourist areas, most selling souvenirs or kebabs. Duh! Anf fortunately, if your not one of those who are just out for the p.i.s.s, you can enjoy the gorgeous Czech architecture litted at night. Walking up to Prague Castle at night can also be a breeze, with lesser people and traffic, and an awesome view of the city. Enjoy!
Situated in the Old town, this building held classical concerts everyday in the afternoon and evening. The cost was around €5 for a few hours entertainment, sincel l love classical music l would recommend this. Nice way to spend the afternoon.
Dress Code: Casual
There are quite a lot of concerts performed in various cathedrals and chappels, varying from opera and classic music to pop music. Just check the flyers you can find almost everywhere and choose according to your taste.
Dress Code: Casual.
People come and go, amazed by the view of the Prague Castle and the Karluv most.
Dress Code: Casual and whatever is comfortable, nobody seems to mind.