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The Capital City of Old Bohemia in the heart of the Czech Republic, is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe and is one of UNESCO’s
World Cultural Heritage Centres.
This 12th-14th Century masterpiece is the perfect place to just wander. The Old Town (Mala Strana) is divided by the Vltava river and
joined by the world famous Charles Bridge (Karluv Most). To stroll over Charles Bridge at sunset is an unforgettable experience. You can
roam through the many Art Galleries and Bohemian Crystal shops, take coffee in the magnificent Old Town Square or lunch in the Art
Deco splendour of the Town Hall (Obecni Dum). In the evening you can catch one of the many concerts, Operas or theatre shows or just
relax in Wenseslas Square (Vaclavske Namesti).
Mozart so loved the city and the warmth of the people after his Marriage of Figaro had played here that he decided to premiere and conduct Don Giovanni at the Estates Theatre in the centre of Prague. The Opera still enjoys a season every summer at the very same theatre.
Kafka and Mucha lived here within the grounds of the Castle, another superb monument over looking the entire city and containing the
St Vitus’s Cathederal (Patron Saint of Dance).
Food and drink are very reasonably priced, so much so that if you are thinking of how much spending money you would need, then we
would suggest about £20 or €25 per day.
The combination of such high profile teaching staff and this wonderful city makes this one of the most
complete cultural experiences available for any serious ballet student or dancer, and an extremely rare
opportunity, one not to be missed.
Address of Studios: ANENSKE NA. 2, PRAGUE 1, 110 00
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