U Rudolfina / Praha

Křižovnická 60/10 Praha 110 00
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 11:00 - 23:00

The Rudolfinum is a building in Prague, Czech Republic. It is designed in the neo-renaissance style and is situated on Jan Palach Square on the bank of the river Vltava. Since its opening in 1885 it is associated with music and art. Currently Czech Philharmonic Orchestra and Galerie Rudolfinum are based in the building. Its largest music auditorium, Dvořák Hall, is one of the main venues of the Prague Spring International Music Festival and is noted for its excellent acoustics.OverviewThe Rudolfinum has been the home of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra since 1946 and is one of the main venues of the Prague Spring International Music Festival held each year in May and June. The building was designed by architect Josef Zítek and his student Josef Schulz, and was opened 8 February 1885. It is named in honour of Rudolf, Crown Prince of Austria, who presided over the opening. Between 1919 and 1941 the building was used as seat of Czechoslovak parliament.The Rudolfinum's Dvořák Hall is one of the oldest concert halls in Europe and is noted for its excellent acoustics. On 4 January 1896 Antonín Dvořák himself conducted the Czech Philharmonic in the hall in its first ever concert.

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Pivnice U Rudolfina – Typical Czech pub
Pivnice U Rudolfina – Typical Czech pub Image by Stepanka Sevcikova When it comes to beer I can say at U Rudolfina you’ll get one of the best beers in Prague. Pivnice U Rudolfina is located right next to the tram stop S ... continue Prague Spotted by Locals · Blog
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Mariela Jrz es
De los mejores lugares para comer de praga, relación precio válida es buenísima. Foursquare - January 2018
Kherlen en
Not recommended. Had bad experience here, does not let single travelers eat at their eatery. Foursquare - January 2018
Heath Pye en
Great friendly staff and atmosphere. Fresh beer from tank which makes a huge difference to the taste of any beer. Many people describe the large head upon their beer as a bad thing. Most Czech's understanding is that one can taste the beer better with this head and it means it's not going to make you feel bloated after especially if you plan to drink more than one lol. I'm not a big drinker myself but my Czech family have done their level best to train me well. If you like a great taste to your beer then try to find pubs which store their beer in the tank like this pub. This will mean no gas in your beer and a World class drink in your hand. 🍺 *** We have since returned to this pub and enjoyed a great meal and lively atmosphere. Food comes quickly and with a smile. Try to use your Czech here it will work wonders. Will make this a favourite of ours. GooglePlace - January 2018
Clemens Wührer en
Very good traditional meal. The service is friendly and helpful. The beer ist only half filled but this is in Prague normal. I suggest you to reserve a table. GooglePlace - January 2018
Brian Sheldon en
I'd say one of the more traditional Prague bars. Busy when we were there but friendly service and as I keep saying about Prague, excellent value for money GooglePlace - December 2017