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Prague: Old Town Bridge Tower Entrance Ticket

1. Prague: Old Town Bridge Tower Entrance Ticket

Wander Prague's medieval streets under the glimmer of its city lights, and get a new perspective of the Czech capital. Take a tour of the Old Town Bridge Tower, one of its many highlights. Secure a ticket to this 14th-century wonder. Glimpse the gate to the Old Town, conceived as a symbolic victory arch through which Czech kings passed on their coronation processions. For an unforgettable view, climb 138 steps to the viewing gallery. Meander through cobble-stoned alleys in search of the city's magical sites. See Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, and the endless nooks and crannies which characterize picturesque Praha, as the city comes to life after sunset.

Prague: Vltava River Cruise with Dinner and Live Music

2. Prague: Vltava River Cruise with Dinner and Live Music

Enjoy a two-hour boat ride with dinner buffet of warm and cold dishes and live music. View of illuminated Prague, Charles Bridge and a romantic ride on the Vltava. After the cruise we will take you back to your hotel.

Prague: Lesser Town Bridge Towers Entrance Ticket

3. Prague: Lesser Town Bridge Towers Entrance Ticket

Gain entrance two these two distinct towers that form the entrance to the Lesser Town. Climb to the top and admire the impressive views of Prague. Soak up the history of the city as you wander along Charles Bridge, which is also one of the city's most iconic sights. The smaller tower is Romanesque, dating from the 12th century. Its current Renaissance appearance dates to 1591. The taller Late Gothic tower from 1464 is based on the architecture of Parléř's Old Town Bridge Tower. From its viewing gallery, you'll get a stunning view of the flowing Vltava River and the historical city center.

Prague: The New Mill Water Tower Entrance Ticket

4. Prague: The New Mill Water Tower Entrance Ticket

Enter the New Mill Water Tower in Prague and visit the “Prague is Burning” exhibition. Discover more about the many fires that have affected the city throughout the years by means of a variety of multimedia elements including video mapping, animations, video art, and virtual reality. Learn about its long history of supplying water to the citizens of Prague from the Vltava River. Find out more about its strategic importance, as one of the first watchtowers of the city. After enjoying the exhibition, take in the panoramic views of the Vltava River and the New Town area of the city.

Prague: Culinary Jazz Dinner

5. Prague: Culinary Jazz Dinner

A three-course dinner from the famous chef Jaroslav Zahálek A luxurious three-course dinner served during concert breaks is a one of the key ingredients of the Jazz Dinner in Mánes. The menu prepared by the chef of the Art Restaurant Mánes, Jaroslav Zahálka, is inspired by the Prague cuisine of the 1930s. As an appetizer, we serve pea cream with butter croutons, fava beans, basil créme fraiche, watercress oil and afila sprouts. The main course is Veal fillet fried in butter, fine mashed potatoes and chard, or Zander with smoked velouté, dill, chive oil, beets, salicornia and potatoes, or Steak of roasted cauliflower, wild broccoli, cauliflower puree and hazelnut relish with pecorino. And finally, you can taste Czech classics as a dessert - Ducat buns with vanilla cream. Enjoy your meal! Jazz concert Jazz concerts were held regularly in Mánes until the beginning of World War II. A dinner with jazz follows this tradition and revives it. Only the best Prague jazzmen will perform for you - Doris and Sophia Lámoš (vocals), Antonín Šturma as bass player, Jiří Polydor on piano and Jan Štolba on saxophone. The program includes compositions by well-known Czech composers as well as world greatest hits. And the authentic atmosphere of the 1930s completes the piano instrument that was once played at the venue by the famous Czech jazz pianist, conductor and composer Jaroslav Ježek. Historic hall in Mánes Immerse yourself and go back to the 1930s while visiting this historic place full of art and jazz. The building itself is built in the functionalist architecture style and the its complex also includes a famous Manes Gallery and restaurant. The hall where the jazz dinner is performed has wonderful views over the Vltava River, Petrin Hill, Prague Castle or the neo-Renaissance Žofín Palace, located on the romantic Slovanský island, same as Mánes. The ceiling of the hall is decorated by cubist frescoes by the distinguished Czech Cubist painter Emil Filla.

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Everything perfect, the most I liked was the music