Prague needs no introduction for holiday lovers as it is one of the most popular European tourist destinations. The medieval city of Prague treats it’s visitors with attractions: castles, towers, museums, a medieval Astronomical Clock, traditional and modern cuisine. It is famous for its historic heritage and picturesque hills and valleys. Red Apple Apartments recommends you to visit this multi-faceted city which provides you with a mix of classical culture with contemporary adaptation.
Prague Spring Music Festival provides you a perfect opportunity to take in the beauty of its towns along with some timeless melodies. Music festivals are always much anticipated by young and old alike but not all are for everyone. This particular festival is a heaven for the classical music and Opera aficionados. What’s now considered as one of the most significant classical music festivals in Europe was initiated as a celebration for the end of World War II in Prague in 1946. Many individual performing artists, conductors, composers and musicians from all over the world participate at this festival every year. There is a long born tradition of opening the festival with the symphonic poems of Czech composer Bedrich Smetana, “Ma Vlast” (My Country), and finishing with Beethoven’s ninth symphony. This festival offers a delightful blend of chamber orchestras, big bands, Symphony orchestras, church concerts, recitals and soloists’ symphonies across many beautiful destinations in Prague.
Prague is not famous as a costly capital but it can be very expensive during this time of the year. Yet it can be avoided if everything’s booked early in the season. Don’t even think about confined rooms of packed hotels along with dealing with the tide up staff; go online visit our website now for hassle-free booking of a cozy home-like apartment in Prague and let us cater for your lodging needs while you treat your ears with some of these spellbinding symphonies.