Rudolfinum

The Rudolfinum. Built between 1876 and 1884, it was used between the wars as the Parliament, but today it is used for its original purpose to host art exhibitions and various concert programmes and festivals year-round, including the Prague Proms and the International Festival of Classical Music. The Rudolfinum is an outstanding example of Czech neo-Renaissance style. It was named in honour of Crown Prince Rudolf of Hapsburg. Within the Rudolfinum you’ll also find Dvorak Hall. This magnificent concert hall is the home of the world-renowned Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. The building also houses the Rudolfinum Gallery which plays host to exhibitions of contemporary art.

Location: Alšovo nábřeží 12, Old Town; www.rudolfinum.cz
Admission to the building: free (Tue-Sun)
Concert tickets: from 150 to 1000 CZK
Box office 10am-12.30pm and 1.30-6pm

Rudolfinum

This venue presents a varied programme of classical music. Rudolfinum, built between 1876 and 1884, is an outstanding example of the Czech neo-renaissance style. Between the wars the building was used as the parliament, but today it is used for its original purpose – hosting art exhibitions, and various concert …

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