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National Theatre

Prague | Opera - History - Architecture
Kč60 - Kč200
9 621 Votes
Idyllically perched on the banks of the River Vltava, Prague's National Theatre is a must-visit for lovers of the performing arts.

Home to the country's top opera, ballet, and drama performances, the National Theater was opened in 1881 as a symbol of Czech national identity and to promote the Czech language and culture. Despite a somewhat checkered past that saw the building destroyed by fire and even closed by the communists, this stunning theater has undergone extensive renovations and stands as a monument to the city's rich talent and cultural significance.

Booking requested

08:30 - 12:30

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Other information

Contact details

  • Name: National Theatre
  • Address: Národní 2 - 110 00 - Prague - République Tchèque
  • Phone: (420) 224 901 506 / 448


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Getting there

  • By metro : ligne n°B (Národní třída)

Enzo Martinelli


Rus Newton