Prague

Rudolfinum

Home of the Czech Philharmonic, Rudolfinum is a famous concert hall that was built from 1876 to 1884 in neo-Renaissance style. In its early years, it was a National Assembly building that included a picture gallery and a concert hall.

Dvořák Hall

One of the largest concert halls in Prague, Dvořák Hall is a venue reserved for concerts of classical music. Unfortunately, tourists are usually unable to purchase tickets for performances due to the fact that most of the entrance tickets for concerts are sold to subscription members months ahead.

Other Halls and Lounges

There are several halls and lounges in this big complex. Suk Hall focuses on chamber performances and is located next to a recording studio, while the Ceremony Hall is usually used for receptions, social gatherings, and gala diners. Press conferences and presentations are held at the Presidential Lounge, and those who are looking for spectacular views of the Prague Castle should visit the Western Lounge.