Fodor's Expert Review Rudolfinum

Prague Music Fodor's Choice

Austrian Crown Prince Rudolf lent his name to this neo-Renaissance concert space and exhibition gallery built in 1884; it's only been open to the public since 1992. The large concert hall, named for Antonín Dvořák, who conducted here, hosts concerts by the Czech Philharmonic. The smaller Josef Suk Hall, on the opposite side of the building, is used for chamber concerts. Rival theaters may have richer interiors, but the acoustics here are excellent (and the exterior is also pretty fancy).

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Quick Facts

Alšovo nábřeží 12
Prague, Praha  110 00, Czech Republic

-227–059–227

www.rudolfinum.cz

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