Dvorak Museum
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What people are saying about Dvorak Museum

Overall rating
3.7 / 5
based on 346 reviews

Great performances in an intimate setting

This concert was all Dvorak, vocal works and violin pieces. Much better than many of the classical music concerts in Prague. This was serious Dvorak sung in Czech by very accomplished artists. The three violin solos we're beautifully played and r evelations. I am a violinist and was really impressed with the performance! But don't be put off if you are not a hardcore music buff. The performers are in period costumes and there is a story line in English which makes the performance very accessible. The performance is at the Dvorak museum. You can thoroughly see the exhibits in 15 minutes. The performance is in an upstairs salon with great acoustics and seating for only 50. Overall a very memorable evening. Go!

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It was a good way to get an initial feel for the city

The only complaint we have is that no one seemed to know about the castle tour. We asked one of the ticket checkers and they said to meet inside castle security in front of church for 11:30 tour. We couldn't find anyone there representing hop on hop off. We did our own tour. We enjoyed the boat trip. The bus driver was very helpful in telling us where to get on the boat.

The river cruise and castle tour increased the Prague experience!

Both the castle tour and the river cruise met all expectation. Unfortunately, however, the bus tour experience was spoilt by poor audio equipment and lack of synchronisation.

Good value for two days, use all that it offers.

Sometimes at certain places you cannot get on because bus is full. Overall very useful introduction to the city. Use both the river cruise and palace tour.

brilliant help, great to have it there in my hotel when I arrived

Easy to order, comes right to your hotel with no extra charge Lots of activities for free and all the public transport Absolutely great

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