Prague is a gem of a city whose Old Town is dominated by towering church spires, medieval squares, cobbled lanes and hidden courtyards that beckon the visitor forwards to explore just a little further.
The Vltava – Smetana’s inspiration for his symphonic poem, The Moldau – snakes lazily through the city and is spanned by the 14th Century Charles Bridge.
The region undoubtably deserves its reputation for producing some of the best beers in Europe and what better way to relax after your concerts than enjoying a glass of Pilsner next to the river?
|Day 1 – Transfer from Airport to Hotel – discover local area on foot – Evening Meal
|Day 2 – Guided walking tour of Prague including St Vitus Cathedral, Charles Bridge and Mala Strana (Little Quarter) – Evening Meal – CONCERT
|Day 3 – Walking tour in Prague to visit the Town Hall and distinctive clock, Wenceslas Square and Old-New Synagogue (dating from 1270) – rehearsal and CONCERT – Visit National Museum – Evening Meal
|Day 4 – In the morning choirs can participate in Mass at the Kostel Panny Marie Vitenze – Afternoon transfer to Airport for journey home
from £495 pp
based on 47 passengers travelling November 2023, excluding flights