This venue was built in the late 1800’s, directly in Prague’s city centre on the Vltava river. It was built as a multicultural centre and concert hall. Rudolfinum was also used as a venue for the National Assembly (the first Czechoslovakian President was elected in this location). Today, Rudolfinum serves as the home for the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, containing several concert halls as well as a phenomenal gallery.

This venue is situated in the heart of Prague, easily accessible by bus, historical tram, and ferries. Rudolfinum main room, Dvorana, features an arcade staircase and a cathedral ceiling. There are two connected rooms, which can be used for welcome drinks, coffee or a digestive bar. Rudolfinum’s concert hall is one of the most ornate in Prague. It can be used for special occasions, such as a private concert or drinks prior your gala dinner.

Style: Historical venue
Capacity of the largest room: Up to 300 guests for seated dinner
Additional: Two additional rooms, concert hall ideal for private concert prior the gala dinner

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