There are about a million things to do in Prague. If you enjoy opera or classical music, there are three opera houses and two city symphonies. And that doesn't include Prague Spring Festival when the city goes wild with concerts.
If Jazz or rock music is your scene, there are a variety of clubs which you can get to for a bit of local music or see a visiting artist.
Then there is plenty of art as well. Ranging from Modern to renaissance, museums in town have it all. And to top it all off, Prague is really an architectural jewel, with a myriad of styles from the 12th through the 21st centuries.
So have a look at the links below for more information about Prague, galleries, museums, travel agencies, weather, festival, airport arrivals, train and bus schedules.
Our first and most highly recommended site to check for all things happening in Prague is The Prague Information Service. This site has history of the Czech Republic on it, newspaper information, maps, schedules for concerts, monument opening hours, guides, the works. This is an incredibly useful site, please have a look at it before you come here.
To see what's happening at the opera, look at the National Theater site. Also be sure to look at the State Opera house to see what's playing there. The season runs from Sept. through June, but there are special performances all year around.
If you prefer symphonic music, look at the Rudolfinum web site. The former parliament building (in the first republic) houses the Czech Philharmonic orchestra.
For lots of general information, check out Prague TV or Expats.cz. For news and information about what's going on in Prague and the Czech Republic, read the Prague Monitor. This cool new site, Prague360 offers 360 degree VR pictures of sites around Prague, so if you are curious what Prague looks like because you've never been here before, take a look at their site Prague360.
Look at our friend Jorn's home page, which has lots of nice pictures of buildings in Prague, if you want an idea of what to expect while walking around the city.
Not that these are Prague Links, but lots of people come not just to Prague, but to central Europe in general. If you would like to find another place to stay in the region, try these sites: