Prague Winter Festival
|Country and Region||Czech Republic — Prague|
|Type of Festival||Dance, Drama, Music|
|Location of Festival||Prague, Prague, Czech Republic|
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The Prague Winter Festival features many opportunities for you to enjoy performances of classical music, opera and ballet by night in some of the world’s most beautifully ornate venues; whilst by day some wonderful concerts and events await you.
The opportunity to enjoy Michelin Star dining in The Mlynec, one of Prague’s top restaurants, with musical accompaniment from a string quartet. Elegant and sophisticated, The Mlynec is situated on the banks of the Vltava with magnificent views of the 13th century Charles Bridge and the Old Town Bridge Tower, which will literally take your breath away. Chef Marek Purkart was the first chef in the Czech Republic to win the coveted Michelin Bibendum award three times, elevating him to the same status as Gordon Ramsay’s in London. International fusion cuisine is The Mlynec’s speciality with Grilled Atlantic monkfish, Danish Veal Mignon, New Zealand Lamb and Traditional Czech Crispy Duck key features of its mouth-watering menu.
Whatever the season, Prague is a beautiful city. With good reason it is often called the Golden City or the City of a Hundred Spires and new for 2008 is the option to include a city tour as one of your chosen daytime events. Prague has something to offer everyone; charming and forgotten lanes just a few steps from the busy streets of the old town, buildings in all possible architectural styles, the peace and comfort of baroque gardens and an amazing array of ecclesiastical architecture.
|Festival Dates||January 2 - 7, 2010|