Situated on the bank of the Vltava in the very heart of Prague, the majestic building of the Rudolfinum was conceived as a multi-purpose seat of the Muses: a home to music, an art gallery and a conservatoire. The origins of this project, which has transcended its time, bear witness to the changes in Czech nineteenth-century society.

Currently, Rudolfinum’s already famous halls, house many of the concerts of the Prague Spring and Autumn Music Festivals.

Buffet set-up: 1200 persons in several rooms