Nestled in the heart of Central Europe, the Czech Republic is a beautiful country with a rich music history, delicious and hearty cuisine, well-preserved historic cities and castles, and a long tradition of festivals. Its gorgeous capital city, Prague, dates back 1100 years and has preserved the structure of its development until present times. Additionally, the heart of the city, Old Town Square, is a fabulous UNESCO World Heritage Site. In addition, being home to world-class composers, such as Dvorak, Smetana, and Janacek, the Czech Republic is a must-do for any musician!

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In addition to its famous capital city of Prague, the Czech Republic offers many other important cities to visit for a musician. From Bohemia, with its dreamy and perfectly preserved towns such a Cesky Krumlov, to Moravia, with its beautiful cities such as Olomouc, there are endless options for a wonderful itinerary just within the Czech Republic or as a combination with another country, such as Austria, Germany, Hungary, or Poland!

  • Prague


    Arguably one of the most beautiful cities in all of Europe, Prague is truly the perfectly preserved jewel of the Czech Republic. Here, you can visit a variety of cultural attractions such as the 14th century Charles Bridge and the immense Hradcany Castle complex with its Archbishop's Palace, narrow alleys and Golden Lane, the legendary den of medieval alchemists. Prague is also in the perfect location to create a combo itinerary with other cities like Vienna, Salzburg or Cesky Budejovice.

    Ceske Budejovice

    Ceske Budejovice

    Ceske Budejovice is the largest city in South Bohemia and sits in the valley of the Vltava river. It is well-known for its long history of brewing beer dating back to the 13th century and was even the imperial brewery for the Holy Roman Emperor! If you're having trouble pronouncing Budejovice, just call the city Budweis for short.

  • Brno


    The largest Moravian city in the Czech Republic, Brno has many attractions that can be visited such as the špilberk castle/fortress, Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul and the Veveří Castle by the Brno Dam Lake. The most interesting cultural tradition is its fireworks competition, the Ignis Brunensis which lasts for two weeks at the end of May to early June bringing in thousands of visitors daily.

    Cesky Krumlov

    Cesky Krumlov

    This World Cultural Heritage City is the renaissance and baroque jewel of central Europe! The town dates back to the 13th century and was an important trading center in Bohemia. A visit to Cesky Krumlov is not complete without entering inside its stunning castle. Perhaps in the months of June-September, you may also wish to attend an opera at the famous Revolving Theatre!

  • Olomouc


    This lovely city in the heart of Moravia is best known for its incredible Holy Trinity Column, the largest Baroque sculptural group in the Czech republic and on the UNESCO World Heritage Site list! This city is a great place to stay when visiting other important places in Moravia, such as the Kromeriz Palace, Litomysl for the Smetana Festival or even Brno!

The Czech Republic offers a wide-variety of venues, from world-class orchestral halls, such as Dvorak Hall in the Rudolfinum and Smetana Hall to wonderful choral venues such as Church of the Holy Savior in Prague, to spectacular palaces such as Kromeriz.

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