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Prague
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Prague



Miraculously spared from the ravages of war and, so far, from industrial development. Home to an extraordinarily rich architectural heritage covering every period from the Middle Ages. Since the Velvet Revolution in 1989, Prague has recaptured its old vibrancy. The city's historic heart is the very small area of the Old Town a network of winding streets, and where the splendidly renovated 18th century Theatre of the Estates stands. It was here that Mozart gave his first performance of Don Giovanni in 1787. Prague lies in the shadow of the Castle District - this fortress a political and religious symbol including the Royal Palace and St. Vitus cathedral. The Old-New Synagogue in Josefov and the very moving Jewish cemetery. Stunning city.

3 Day Tour Price from £459 per person*
Includes: three nights accommodation incl breakfast and taxes, top category seat for one performance, opera synopsis, restaurant recommendations and city map.
Flights are not included but lowest fares can be sourced and booked.
*Based on Grand Hotel Bohemia
Grand Hotel Bohemia
Prague
This very lovely 5-star hotel is located in the centre of Prague’s Old Town: a few minutes walk to Theatre of the Estates and Wenceslas Square.
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2018 An Italian Opera Journey