A school music tour to the ‘City of a Hundred Spires’ offers a truly unique experience!

Your ensemble will have the opportunity to perform at some of Prague's most famous sites, such as the Main Square and St Nicholas Church. You may also like to consider a trip to Western Bohemia, renowned for its beautiful countryside and spa towns. Here, more informal performances can be held in the Colonnades of Karlovy Vary and Marianske Lazne. Your chamber choir may have the honour to accompany the Prague Conservatoire Orchestra and be part of their workshops led by their director of Choral Education.

Venues

St Nicholas church View
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St Nicholas church

This is one of the most beautiful churches in Prague and is located in the heart of the Old Square...

Marianske Lazne Spa Colonnade View
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Marianske Lazne Spa Colonnade

This beautiful spa town lies in Western Bohemia and, following the Singing Fountain performance, concerts can be given in the...

Poděbrady Concert Hall View
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Poděbrady Concert Hall

A short distance from Prague is the spa town of Poděbrady where, in the central Lázeňský Park...

Concert Hall of St. Simon & St. Jude View
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Concert Hall of St. Simon & St. Jude

The deconsecrated Church of St Simon and St Jude has become one of Prague's most loved concert venues...

The Hlahol Hall View
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The Hlahol Hall

The hall was built atthe beginning of 20th century as a concert and rehearsal hall for the well-known Hlahol...

Prague Music Festival View
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Prague Music Festival

The Prague Spring Music Festival is a yearly celebration of music that features opera, chamber music and symphonies. The Prague...

Suggested Itinerary (7 days, 4 nights)

Day Morning Summary Afternoon Summary Evening Summary
1

Depart the UK by coach

Ferry/Eurotunnel crossing

Overnight travel to the Czech Republic

2

Travel

Arrive in Prague

Time to explore the Old Town Square

Time to rehearse after evening meal

3

Morning to visit Petrin Park, the castle and Charles Bridge

Late afternoon depart for Podebrady for concert at the Spa Hall

Return to Prague for evening meal

4

Depart for Marianske Lazne, spa town

Afternoon concert in Marianske Lazne

Travel back to Prague for your evening meal in a local restaurant

5

Visit the Jewish Quarter and Communism Museum

Concert in central Prague at St Nicholas followed by a boat cruise

Farewell evening meal in central Prague

6

Last-minute shopping

Afternoon departure for Calais

Travel overnight

7

Ferry crossing

Arrive home

7 days, 4 nights Price from £499 pp
  • 4 nights' half-board accommodation
  • Return executive coach travel (TV/video/WC/seatbelts)
  • Return ferry crossings
  • Free staff place ratio 1:8
  • Detailed information pack
  • Comprehensive travel and medical insurance
  • Arrangement of 3 concerts
  • Service of a Czech-speaking tour courier in resort
  • Motorway tolls and taxes
  • VAT

Accommodation

Excursions

Prague Castle

Prague Castle

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Prague Castle is the largest medieval castle complex in Europe and is a must for all visitors to Prague. Renovation… Read More

Old Town Prague

Old Town Prague

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The heart of Prague, Old Town is filled with many houses, churches and other structures dating back to the 13th… Read More

Petrin Park

Petrin Park

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Petrin Hill lies to the west of the Little Quarter, its wooded slopes rising to a height of 315m above the city.… Read More

Museum of W. A. Mozart and the Dušeks

Museum of W. A. Mozart and the Dušeks

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In 1787, shortly before the premiere of Don Giovanni at the Estates Theatre in Prague, Mozart withdrew to Bertramka to finish his opera. Bertramka was the romantic summer residence of his friends the Dušeks.… Read More

Karlstejn Castle

Karlstejn Castle

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An easy half-day excursion from Prague, this fourteenth-century Gothic castle towers over the Bohemian countryside.… Read More

Golden Lane

Golden Lane

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Inhabited until World War II, Golden Lane is a row of tiny workmen's cottages built into the walls of the castle. The famous Czech writer Franz Kafka lived here in 1916-1917… Read More

Museum of Communism

Museum of Communism

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Marketed as an insight into Czechoslovakia's 'forty-year episode of Big Brother', the Museum of Communism captures a glimpse of a… Read More

Vltava Boat Trips

Vltava Boat Trips

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An ideal way to see the sights of Prague. Take a boat or steamboat cruise on the River Vltava. … Read More

Terezin

Terezin

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Better known by its German name, Theresienstadt, the eighteenth century fortress near this small Czech town was chosen by the Nazis, in 1941 to house political prisoners.… Read More

Karlovy Vary

Karlovy Vary

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In Western Bohemia lies the Czech Republic's most visited Spa Town Karlovy Vary and film location for scenes from the Bond Film 'Casino Royale'. Relax in the centre of the Spa Town or take a ride up to the Diana Viewing Tower.… Read More

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