Castles, Chateau’s, Palaces and Gardens! With over 700 unique conference venues throughout the country, and more UNESCO
protected heritage sites than any other country in the world, allow us to suggest the very best for your event size,
expectation, and budget. A royal setting is not reserved for just royalty any longer!
The Lobkowicz Palace is the only private venue located in the Prague Castle complex, and is one of the most beautiful and significant cultural sites in Europe. Seized by the communist regime from the Lobkowicz clan in 1952, the Palace was returned to the family in 2003. Built during the mid-16th century, Lobkowicz Palace is one of Prague's most important historical sites.
The Estates Theatre was built during the late 18th century in response to the period of enlightened thought regarding general access to the theatre, and theatres themselves demonstrating the cultural standards of a nation. It was opened in 1783 and is inextricably linked with Amadeus Mozart as it is here where he debut several of his famous opera’s.
The Prague Castle, a symbol of Czech statehood, has been the focal point of Prague for over a thousand years. The unique complex of palaces, cathedrals and other buildings with diverse architecture offers a cross-section of Czech history. The Riding Hall, the largest Baroque building at Prague Castle, was erected on the Castle grounds in the late 17th century.
Distinguished by the colorful silk wall coverings, the salons in this Palace are tastefully furnished with Rococo furnishings, providing a regal ambiance to intimate business or cultural events. The interiors are rich in Neo-Rococo stucco decor, silk wall coverings, as well as period furniture. The palace also houses the Alfons Mucha museum which may also be utilized.
Kaiserstein Palace is an architectural gem situated in Prague’s Lesser Quarter. Originally built in 1654, it was completed to its current beauty in 1720 and is currently protected by UNESCO as a historical landmark. The Palace rests on land originally occupied by two ancient houses, first mentioned in topographies dating back to the year 1404.
Hard Rock Cafe Prague, one of Europe's largest Hard Rock Cafes, is situated in the four-story V. J. Rott building, which features a beautifully decorated neo-Renaissance façade with colorful frescos. The 1,900-square-meter cafe is spread across three levels and a basement, and includes three vibrant bars, a Rock Shop, and a unique compilation of rock memorabilia.
This high-gothic tower from the workshop of the distinguished master builder Petr Parléř is one of the most beautiful examples of gothic architecture in Europe. This tower is the gateway through to the Charles Bridge and has welcomed Kings, Emporers, Presidents, as well as millions of visitors over the years through its archway.
The National House Smíchov serves as the Prague district 5 social center, and was built in 1908 in the height of the Art Nouveau design craze. Each of the rooms' are unique, and provide a perfect venue for cultural events and balls, conferences, concerts, as well as large social gatherings for up to 1500 guests. The dominant feature is the Great Hall on the first floor.