Music tours to Prague & the Czech Republic
Take your performance group on a musical journey within the heart of the lush countryside of Bohemia to the architectural splendour of Prague.
You can enjoy the best of both worlds by combining concerts in lively Old Town squares like Karlovy Vary or Baroque churches with wonderful sightseeing opportunities.
Prague is an iconically beautiful and welcoming city, barely touched by natural disaster and the raging wars that have gone on around it. The river Vlatava divides the city into two unequal halves; the left bank housing the most obvious sights - the Castle, the Cathedral and the former aristocratic palaces - whilst the right bank is the Old Town, the Jewish Quarter and the famous Wenceslas Square.
Travelling beyond the rigid apartment blocks of Prague's outer suburbs - a reminder of its modern history - we are introduced to the rich green hinterland of Bohemia, a land of gently rolling hills, lush farmland and thick forests dotted with castles, picturesque towns and spas with hot spring waters.
Potentially the most prestigious and fascinating concert tour in our programme and one which will incite envy from your peers, amazing photo opportunities, and most of all one that you seriously enjoy and will never forget!
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Interested in performing in a concert tour in Prague and the Czech Republic? We can help tailor the perfect trip for your school or adult tour. Call us on 0115 9404 303 or get in touch by using the form below:
Gower Music Tours & Prague
Concerts in Prague and the Czech Republic have always been extremely successful for our touring performance ensembles of all sizes and sounds. Your concerts will be organised and managed expertly by our local specialised resident agent and usually attract good sized audiences. A tour manager is always provided in resort throughout your tour.
Concert performance venues in Prague and the Czech Republic
The Czech Republic is a great destination for all music ensembles to enjoy performing in some incredible venues located in and around Prague to appreciative audiences.
The construction of the St Salvator Church in the renaissance style was started in 1578 by Marco Fontana di Brusata. The church was renovated in the 17th century in the baroque style by the architect Carlo Lurago. The interior is rich with stucco decoration. The altarpiece was painted by Jiří Hering in 1632 after “Transfiguration of Christ” by Raffael, kept in the Vatican. The ceiling fresco symbolizes the four continents known at the time. There are steps and space around the alter to perform with a conductor's podium and risers available if required. There are changing rooms and toilets available.
St Salvator Church
A beautiful church located near the Old Town Square
The museum is located in the Lesser Quarter, in the beautiful Baroque Church of Santa Maria Magdalena which was built in the 17th century. The exhibition presents a unique collection of musical instruments as an outstanding proof of art and craft skilfulness and as a basic mediator between human and music.
Visitors have the chance to see how music for different instruments was to be written down and see on which occasions the instruments were played. Music stands and powerpoints are available and any music ensemble is welcome to perform in this incredible and popular building
Czech Museum of Music
Located in Lesser Quarter is the very interesting Czech Museum of Music
The Mill Colonnade is a large colonnade containing a several hot springs in the Spa town of Karlovy Vary. It was constructed between 1871 and 1881 by the architect Josef Zitek and was officially opened on 5 June 1881 at the start of the Spa season. inside the largest colonnade in Karlovy Vary, you may find the seeps of five mineral springs: the Mill Spring, the Rusalka Spring, the Prince Wenceslas Spring, the Libuše Spring, and the Rock Spring. It has a capacity for accommodating up to 100 singers or 100 piece orchestra. Concerts normally take place between May and October and there are changing facilities and toilets available
Karlovy Vary Mill
A stunning covered outdoor Colonnade
Accommodation options for your Prague music tour
The Czech Republic offers a variety of venues to suit most groups budgets. For those wanting a bit of luxury there are 4* hotels located in the city centre or there are some beautiful 3* hotels that are just on the outskirts offering better value for money but still very comfortable.
A lovely hotel in a great location and within a 10 minute walk of the new shopping and commercial centre. The hotel is consists of two buildings connected by a private funicular railway. Groups are always accommodated in the lower building. Rooms are predominantly twins and have air conditioning, bath, minibar, hairdryer etc. The hotel has 2 restaurants, 2 cafes and 2 bars. Food is plentiful and dietary needs are catered for.
A large modern hotel located in the centre of Prague
The hotel offers quality and value for money services and has a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The rooms are modern, spacious and have wifi. They have a variety of rooms including twins and multi bedded rooms for students. The restaurant serves good local and international cuisine so there is something for everyone to enjoy.
A popular hotel located on the outskirts of Prague
Excursions and Trips in Prague and the Czech Republic for touring music groups
The Czech Republic, former Bohemia, is a land of relentless variety and perfectly adapted in our 21st century to provide a fascinating excursion itinerary. Travelling on a coach from the delights of Prague will take you to Český Krumlov, with its riverside setting and Renaissance castle. Expect to find great museums, traditional working farms and 19th-century spa towns exuding an old-world lustre.
View the Castle and other famous sights of Prague from the Vltava river before climbing the hill to visit the largest castle complex in the world!
A guided walking tour is always an excellent way to begin to understand the history and culture of the city.
Folk dancers in traditional costume will guide you the folklore of their country while you enjoy authentic Czech food and drink
Travel on the mountain railway from Colonnade street to the Diana viewing tower for the best views. Here you’ll find a butterfly house and mini-zoo, surrounded by spa forests and peacocks.
Reportedly the largest water park in central Europe with a 450 metre lazy river winding its way throughout the adrenaline inducing rides.
In operation since 1842, Tour highlights include a trip to the old cellars (dress warmly) and a glass of Pilsner nectar at the end. Entry is for over 18’s only.
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We'd be delighted to offer advice, help shape your trip and work with you to create pricing options to meet your budget.
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