Castles, Chateau’s, Palaces and Gardens! With over 700 unique conference venues in Prague and 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!
SaSaZu is one of the largest entertainment facilities of its kind, capable of accommodating up to 2500 people for events such as conferences, corporate programs, fashion shows, exhibitions, as well as large parties and concerts. The club also boasts the latest technical and audio equipment with its own DJ UFO capsule, which spins and floats over the guests. Prague Pventery
A grand house with the extraordinary existence of two chapels and a richness of architectural components. Elaborate figuration and wall paintings in the interiors, as well as the geometric composition of the façade, positively proves that it used to be a Palace in its time, no doubt built by a member of the royal court, situated in the very heart of Prague – in the Old Town Square.
The Gothic church of St. Ann, also known as “Prague Crossroads”, in Prague Old Town was built between 1313 and 1330 and it belonged to a Dominican convent. There are remains of Gothic wall paintings inside as they have been rediscovered through years of careful renovation. It is registered on the UNESCO list as a part of the Prague Monument Reservation.
Enter the secret garden of The Mark and leave the city behind. Lush green scenery, beautiful sculptures and a peaceful environment guarantee you the perfect ambiance for dining, as well as celebrating memorable events and other celebrations. Looking out over the tranquil environment of the hotel’s courtyard garden, the Garden offers a truly memorable experience.
Most beautiful of the Prague opera houses , formerly the German Theatre built in 1888 by Fellner & Helmer. The State Opera (formerly the State Opera Prague, between 1948 and 1992 the Smetana Theatre, and originally the New German Theatre) has been a part of the National Theatre since 2012. The Opera and Ballet ensembles give repertory performances at the State Opera. Prague Eventery
The historical building of the National Theatre, constructed in 1883, is generally considered the prime stage in the Czech Republic and the embodiment of the will of the Czech nation for a national identity and independence. It is the premier stage for Opera, Drama and Ballet performances as wel as the flagship of the National Theatre institution, today amounting to five buildings.
Vrtbovska Garden is situated on the slope of Petrín Hill and is one of the most precious and beautiful of Prague's Baroque gardens. Due to the fact that the gardens are actually not seen, or accessible directly from the street, the gardens are an absolute secret place, capable of hosting ultra romantic and private affairs for 2 guests, or grand garden celebrations.
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.