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Grand city tour on Scrooser in Prague
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Grand city tour on Scrooser in Prague

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Discover many of Prague’s top attractions—and enjoy a fun, one-of-a-kind way to get around town—when you book a small-group tour via fat-tire electric scooters. Pick between morning and afternoon tour times, meet your guide, and get acquainted with your vehicle. Then, set off. You can look forward to seeing highlights like the Charles Bridge, the Old-New Synagogue, and the Old Town Hall, and learn more about the city’s history as you go.
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Wenovo wrote a review Sep 2020
Morris County, New Jersey2,098 contributions7,879 helpful votes
If you cross the Charles Bridge towards the Old Town direction, you will find yourself facing the church. It is part of the Klementinum complex. The church is impressive on the outside. The Baroque facade. The large portico with the sandstone structures of the saints is particularly impressive. The church is equally beautiful inside. The classical concerts are great if the timing works for you. The church has not one but two organs , recently restored. Staying in the hotel Four Seasons nearby for part of our trip, we were able to wander around at all hours of the day. The church is beautifully lit at night.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Acineto wrote a review Feb 2020
Auckland Central, New Zealand14,882 contributions474 helpful votes
A church on one end of Charles Bridge. I didn't notice it until I looked back when I got to the bridge. It has quite a few statues on the roof which looked interesting.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Igorek007 wrote a review Dec 2019
Savannah, Georgia1,180 contributions188 helpful votes
This is a very nice church located at the beginning of the Charles Bridge. A lot of people miss it. Entrance is free and it is beautiful inside. They offer very good concerts in the evening. Concerts are not free.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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713traveler wrote a review Oct 2019
Durham, North Carolina82 contributions43 helpful votes
Discovering Prague offers abundance of Classical Concerts at many churches, we opted for St. Salvatore near our hotel in town. Locals I talked to pointed out that most concerts on flyers are private venues geared toward tourists and they go to Rudolfinum, National theatre & Municipal house, but the schedule did not work out for us and we wanted to try a Classical concert. (1) Ambience of this old church is nice. (2) Price is a little higher than other venues (3) The church is long and narrow. Czech Orchestra is small and performs in front on the same level as seats. We sat in the mid-tier section (Row 13), and found the sound too faint and far-away; thus, it did not give the full effect of Orchestra and arias. Almost like having to strain to hear. Bottom line is: it was just OK experience we would not repeat.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Elaine H wrote a review Oct 2019
Rockville, Maryland226 contributions181 helpful votes
At the foot of the Charles Bridge, the church is excellently located not only for touring but also for the evening concerts. We attended (first row center!) a one-hour performance in the main church of various well known excerpts from Smetana to Verdi to Bach, Mozart and more within the cavernous nave. Our performers were a six-string ensemble, soprano and organ -- unbelievable sounds amplified by the near perfect acoustics of the place. Enjoy!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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