Stavovské divadlo




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If you've seen Miloš Forman's film Amadeus, you've seen the Estates. This Baroque gem, which appears to be made from marzipan, was where Mozart's La Clemenza di Tito and Don Giovanni premièred, with the composer conducting. Today, it's one of the three performance venues under the National Theatre's umbrella. Opera is still performed here, along with dance and drama. Although the opera offers surtitles in English and German, plays are very rarely accompanied by translations.

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Stavovské divadlo details

Ovocný trh 1,
Staré Město,
Prague 1

Area Prague

Transport Metro Můstek/tram 3, 9, 14, 24.

Telephone 224 902 312

Stavovské divadlo website

Open Box office 10am-6pm daily.

Tickets 100-1,400 K±.

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By Jason from Prague - Sep 3 2014

Still the home of Don Giovanni (the full version, not the marionnettes) and probably the easiest to get tickets for. They do the occasional matinee as well. The cheapest tickets are for the Czech-language performances. It's the oldest of all the major theatres in the city. Inside tip courtesy of

By Claudia - Sep 22 2010