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Prague: Medieval Dinner with Unlimited Drinks

1. Prague: Medieval Dinner with Unlimited Drinks

Welcome back to medieval times! This fun and unique 3-hour experience brings the past to life in the atmosphere of a medieval tavern. No detail has been left out, and there’s plenty to enjoy during the medieval show that accompanies the evening. See swordsmen, jugglers, and belly dancers, all performing to music. While enjoying the show, feast on a delicious 3 or 5-course meal, from your choice of 6 different menus. The 3-course meal occurs at an earlier time. Drink your fill from the unlimited beer, wine, and soft drinks available. This is a truly different and entertaining way to spend an evening in Prague, and one’s that guaranteed to take you back in time and satisfy your palate. This event is suitable for children aged 4-12 years old.

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Prague: Beer Bath With Unlimited Beer

2. Prague: Beer Bath With Unlimited Beer

Upon arrival, you’ll be taken through the facility by the spa staff. Soak in a private beer bath for two while drinking unlimited Bernard beer. Then, relax on the heated bed while, of course, enjoying more beer. In private rooms, gear up for a unique experience with friends, your loved one, or in a tub all to yourself. Beer baths are a medical procedure from the Middle Ages, known to cleanse the pores, increase pulmonary circulation, regenerate skin and hair, and revitalize the nervous system. It is necessary to maintain the correct temperature, length, and ratio of ingredients to ensure maximum health benefits.  The bathing experience takes place in special tubs and is regulated by professional staff. The experience lasts about an hour — opting for the beer massage adds an extra half hour. At the end of your rejuvenating visit, you will receive a bottle of Bernard Beer with a historical seal and a certificate of completion.

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Prague: Black Light Theater Show Experience

3. Prague: Black Light Theater Show Experience

Enjoy a fascinating spectacle which will absorb you from the very beginning, wake up your inner child, and let you look into the depths of your soul. This performance is the tale of a man who is searching for his own self, and manages to defeat his fear with the help of magical beings. When watching the story, each viewer will start dreaming and looking into the corners of their own heart. The visually rich presentation will open a magical dream world before you. You can be witness to a spectacle during which the hero saves a child imprisoned in a spiderweb of fear. He overcomes the traps thanks to the power of the gifts he receives during his journey. But don't worry, not even your children will be afraid, they will be enthused and amazed. The visually attractive theater show is designed for the entire family, children will particularly enjoy the magical effect of the black light theater and the interactivity of the performance, while adults will surely appreciate the beautiful music, 4D effects and interesting insight into the human mind. You will remember the ideas from this performance for a long time, and they may have a positive effect on the everyday reality of your life. The story which you will see performed is truly a story about each and every one of us.

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Prague: Mozart Dinner in Neo-Baroque Boccaccio Ballroom

4. Prague: Mozart Dinner in Neo-Baroque Boccaccio Ballroom

The musical ensemble Amadeus Prague features 2 opera singers from Czech opera houses and instrumentalists from the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra. They perform their art dressed in period costumes. With your ticket for this 2.5-hour program you’ll enjoy their performance of the most famous arias and duets from Mozart’s operas, Don Giovanni (which premiered in Prague 1787), The Marriage of Figaro, and The Magic Flute. Bask in the atmosphere of the period in a historically protected ballroom. Enjoy the beauty this masterpiece of artificial marble, gold, and crystal glass. Located in the very heart of Prague’s Old Town, it is one of the mythical places where great parties and shows with dinner were regularly held until the beginning of the Communist era. This 3-part classical Mozart concert program (each segment lasting 20 minutes) is performed between the courses of the dinner menu. First Part of Mozart Concert: Don Giovanni Aria Leporella – Notte e giorno faticar Duet Zerlina and Masetto – Giovinette che fate l´amore A Little Night Music – Allegro Aria Zerlina – Batti, batti o bel Masetto A Little Night Music – Romance Duet Giovanni and Zerlina – La ci darem la mano First course of the meal is served. Second Part of Mozart Concert: The Best of Mozart’s Operas Aria Figaro – Non piú andrai, from The Marriage of Figaro Aria Cherubino – Voi che sapete, from The Marriage of Figaro Divertimento D-Dur – Allegro Aria Don Giovanni – Finch´ han dal vino, from Don Giovanni Divertimento D-Dur – Presto Duet Susanna and Figaro – Tutto é tranquillo…Pace, pace, from The Marriage of Figaro Main course is served. Third Part of Mozart Concert: The Magic Flute Divertimento B-Dur – Allegro di molto Duet Papageno and Pamina – Bei Männern welche Liebe fühlen A Little Night Music – Menuetto Aria Pamina – Ach ich fühl’s Aria Papageno – Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen Duet Papageno a Papagena – Pa-pa Dessert is served. The traditional Czech-Austrian dinner comprises 3 courses inspired by recipes from Czech and Austrian cuisine. The dinner includes pea soup with buttered croutons, beef top blade with red wine sauce, served with celery and potato puree, and homemade apple strudel with almonds and vanilla sauce. Boccaccio Menu Soup: Pea soup with buttered croutons Main course: Beef top blade with red wine sauce and potato-celery purée Dessert: Homemade apple pie with almonds and vanilla sauce Vegetarian Menu Soup: Pea soup with buttered croutons Main course: Homemade potato gnocchi in creamy paprika sauce with roasted vegetables Dessert: Homemade apple pie with almonds and vanilla sauce Children's Menu Soup: Strong beef broth with vegetables and homemade noodles Main course: Mini chicken nuggets with steamed potatoes and carrots in butter Dessert: Homemade apple pie with almonds and vanilla sauce

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Prague: 1.5-Hour Black Light Theater Srnec Performance

5. Prague: 1.5-Hour Black Light Theater Srnec Performance

Watch a performance at the Black Theater of Jiri Srnec, the first theater of its kind in the world. Enjoy a unique show and be thrilled by lights, colors, visual effects and dancing skills. The mime-based show is full of witty humor, dancing, and black light theater skills. With this show, nothing is as you would expect it to be.   The performance is entirely non-verbal, supported by light, music, and the talent of its performers. Discover what your underwear is doing when you’re not looking, see how street-lamps can be dangerous foes to humans, and be persuaded that animals are much more intelligent than you may have thought. Award-winning theater awaits you.

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Prague: The Nutcracker Ballet Tickets

6. Prague: The Nutcracker Ballet Tickets

Enjoy a performance of The Nutcracker ballet at the recently refurbished Hybernia Theatre in Prague. The two-act ballet was originally choreographed by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov with a score by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. The libretto is adapted from E.T.A. Hoffmann's story, The Nutcracker and the Mouse King, by way of Alexander Dumas' adapted story The Nutcracker. The first performance of the ballet was held as a double premiere together with Tchaikovsky's last opera, Iolanta, in December 1892, at the Imperial Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg, Russia. Directory, Choreography: Monika a Alexander Kysil according to the draft by M. Petipa Music: P.I. Tchaikovsky Duration: 1 hour and 45 minutes (15-minute intermission) Ballet soloists Nutcracker: Slava Burlac, Ondrej Novotny (Karel Audy, Miroslav Hradil) Klara: Magdalena Matejkova, Andrea Kramesova Uncle Drosselmayer: Milan Bocek, Radek Vratil (Michal Holanek)

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Prague Pub Crawl and International Party

7. Prague Pub Crawl and International Party

The Prague Pub Crawl starts at the first bar, where you'll have the chance to mix and mingle with fellow party-minded travelers from around the world. During the 2 hours of unlimited drinks from 7:45 PM, you never have to wait for your next free drink. The bartenders will be serving up beer, wine, absinthe and vodka at a fast pace so that your glass or shot is never empty. Get your fill of alcohol to start the night right. It's then time to follow your party tour guides to 2 more local bars. Look forward to an on-the-house welcome shot at every venue! You'll stay at each bar for an hour—if you need more to drink, that comes from your own wallet. But rest assured, you're paying local prices and in Prague, the beer is cheaper than water! Finish the night with VIP entrance to the 5 story nightclub Karlovy Lazne.

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Prague Hybernia Theatre: The Best of Swan Lake Tickets

8. Prague Hybernia Theatre: The Best of Swan Lake Tickets

The Best of Swan Lake performance features the music of Tchaikovsky with the entire story told in a selection of scenes from one of the world’s most beloved ballets. Little is known about the original production of Swan Lake. Much of the Swan Lake we know today is from a revision in 1895 by the famous choreographers Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov. About the Performance The performance covers the complete story of the original ballet in selected scenes and is performed by top dancers and Prague National Theatre soloists. Music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. The Cast Odette/Odile: Magdalena Matějková, Andrea Kramešová Prince Siegfried: Ondřej Novotný, Karel Audy Rothbart: Milan Boček, Radek Vrátil The Prince’s Mother: Monika Kysilová, Karolína Cachová, Michaelo Wenzelová Clown: Veaceslav Burlac, Serghei Gherciu, Alexandr Kysil Ballet Company: Tereza Ulrichová, Ivana Mikešová, Pavlína Mráziková, Daria Lazucová, Helena Fábiková, Karolína Nováková, Klára Žežulková, Karolína Cachová, Lenka Hrabovská, Monika Kysilová, Michaela Wenzelová, Tereza Kučerová, Lenka Šnellerová, Klára Slaná, Kateřina Routková, Zuzana Semová, Natálie Rychetská, Lýdie Švojgerová, Eliška Kolářová The Venue: Divadlo Hybernia, Prague The venue has a long and varied history. The building dates from a time before the foundation of the New Town by Charles IV. It was an Ambrosian monastery in the 14th century. After the 30 Years' War (1618-1648) Ferdinand II allowed Irish Franciscans to establish a college on the site of the desolate monastery. The present Classical appearance of the building dates back to the early 19th century. The building served as an exhibition site in the 20th century and only in 2006 was the dilapidated building saved by the Hybernia Theatre project. Theatre Hybernia opened in 2006 as a modern, air-conditioned theater and concert hall with 1,000 seats, 2 restaurants, 4 bars, and a summer terrace.

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Prague: Classical Concert in the Spanish Synagogue

9. Prague: Classical Concert in the Spanish Synagogue

Enjoy a concert of classical, modern, and Jewish music in the Spanish Synagogue performed by leading players from the Prague FOK Symphony Orchestra. Enjoy a wonderful mix of compositions expertly performed by professional musicians. Depending on your chosen day, hear a variety of classical works such as the best of Gershwin, the best of the world and Czech music, Jewish traditional songs, Bolero, and Hallelujah. Listen to solo and ensemble pieces by famous composers such as Verdi, Rossini, Mozart, and Bach, alongside great 19th-century Czech composers including Dvořák and Smetana. Admire the beauty of the synagogue designed in a Moorish Revival Style. See the remarkable interior decor which features stylized Islamic motifs applied to the walls, doors, and gallery balustrades. Enjoy the performance surrounded by historic works of art, and perfect acoustics. Programme: • Sundays and Tuesdays: Bolero • Mondays: Gershwin • Wednesdays: The Best of World and Czech music • Thursdays: Hallelujah

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Prague: Concert at Reduta Jazz Club

10. Prague: Concert at Reduta Jazz Club

Enjoy an incredible evening of jazz at the Reduta Jazz Club in the heart of Prague. Since its opening in 1957, the club has been the home of Czech jazz music. Watch a fantastic 2.5-hour performance in this beautiful cultural monument. Forget about time and stress, and listen to world-class music at a famous venue. Stop at the Saxophone Bar to drink a beer tapped into a golden saxophone. Select the VIP option to enjoy a welcome drink and sit in the place where Václav Havel and Bill Clinton once sat.

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What people are saying about Prague

I was afraid after reading reviews online but my friend and I loved it. The seats were comfy, the show was fantastic, and it was affordable. It was a great night to spend in Prague. I will say that the instructions could be better communicated and I didn’t like that I couldn’t initially pick my seat or even knew where I would be sitting until later but these are my preferences and had nothing to do with the quality of the show. Many reviewer online stated that this is no better then a high school play, how dare they. There were times when certain turns or steps were out of sync but to say that this show is low quality is disrespectful.

Amazing experience the musicians and the singer were exceptional. Cannot recommend it enough! The magnificent synagogue paired with music is magical and an unforgettable experience

This was one of the highlights during my visit in Prague! Belly dancers, live music, fire play and more which enjoying a 5 course dinner!

Amazing! Such a great experience for us. I highly recommend this experience. It was relaxing, unique, and fun!

Awesome show. Seating prices should be the same if audience can sit anywhere.