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We offer booking of tickets for theatre performances, concerts and other cultural events on-line which you can pay for with your bank card (Visa, MasterCard). Since its introduction, this service has gained great popularity. We have now introduced a further enhancement – upon request, you can have tickets delivered to your hotel in Prague or pick them up in our office in the city centre. We offer for some of performances ( Black Light Theatres) E-Tickets which we send by email immeadiately.

The procedure is simple - choose performance date, indicate number of tickets, and fill in your details and contact information. The last step to complete the order successfully is submitting your bank card details. We use the EV SSL (Extended Validation Secure Socket Layer)international security protocol to protect your data against possible misuse (all information transferred over the Internet is encrypted). We will confirm the booking of tickets by e-mail within 24 hours after you send the booking.

The payment for your tickets will be confirmed and credited immediately. It is not possible to cancel the tickets that have been already ordered.

Thank you for using our services. We wish you a very nice stay in Prague and a great cultural experience. Let us offer you also our other services (accommodation on-line, transfers, round trips etc.) It is our utmost priority to keep the customer satisfied.

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Visitprague.cz

Production and Tickets Department

Prague State Opera

Wilsonova 4
110 00 Praha 1

The Prague State Opera resides in the building which on January 5th, 1888 was opened as a Prague German stage with the performance of Wagner's opera, The Mastersingers of Nürnberg. In the 19th century, Prague Germans performed in the Estate's Theater in alternation with a Czech company. Desire for their own theater led to negotiations in 1883 for the construction of a new theater building for the German Theater Association. Over the next three years, a blueprint was drawn up and handed over to the Vienna atelier of Fellner and Hellmer. Also sharing in the design was the architect of the Vienna Municipal Theater, Karl Hasenauer, while Prague architect Alfons Wertmüller took part in the construction. Financing came from private collections. With its spacious auditorium and neo-Rococo decoration, this theater building is among the most beautiful in Europe.