Follow the walk of W.A. Mozart in Prague, the city that inspired the “Prague” Symphony. See Old Town highlights, such as the Astronomical Clock and Charles Bridge, and visit the Museum of Music. Extended option: get tickets to a classical music concert.

  • Discover the memory of Mozart in Prague with a 5-Star Expert Guide
  • See the Estates Theatre, St Nicholas and other places visited by Mozart
  • Learn about the life and work of the famous Austrian composer
  • Save time with skip-the-line tickets to the Czech Museum of Music
  • Enjoy an unforgettable classical music concert after the tour (3-hour option only)

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  • 2 -3 Hours
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  • Live GuideEnglish, German, French, Italian, Russian, Spanish
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On this original tour you will experience Prague through the eyes of one of the world’s most famous composers, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. While Mozart has spent most of his life in Vienna, it is the 18th century Prague that responded with most enthusiasm to his music, as he said, “My Praguers understand me”. Discover why Prague fell in love with Mozart!

Choose the 2-hour option for a Mozart-themed walking tour. The first point of interest will be the Estates Theatre, where two of Mozart’s operas were premiered, including the highly successful performance of Don Giovanni. Upon receiving a special invitation to visit Prague, Mozart came to the city in 1787 and oversaw the first ever performance of the Symphony No. 38, popularly known as the “Prague” Symphony.

Throughout the tour you will hear about Mozart’s days in Prague and the great appreciation that met him here. You will walk through the Old Time Square, see the iconic 600-years-old Astronomical Clock, and stop by The Clam-Gallas Palace, where Mozart also attended during one of his five visits to Prague. Cross the iconic Charles Bridge and see the Church of St Nicholas, which houses a Baroque organ that Mozart played in 1787. Mozart premiered Mass in C at this church.

Finally, you will visit the Czech Museum of Music. Don’t worry about waiting in long lines, as with skip-the-line tickets you can head straight to the entrance. The museum houses a collection of musical instruments and archives. Among its treasures are instruments on which Mozart and Liszt played during their visits to Prague. This is a real treat for fans of classical music.

Choose the extended 3-hour option for additional tickets for the evening concert of Mozart’s music. In 1791 when Mozart was laid to rest in Vienna, the grief exhibited for the composer in Prague far exceeded that witnessed in any other European city, with over a hundred musicians performing at his memorial service attended by thousands of Praguers. To this day, Mozart is highly celebrated in the city, and his classical compositions can be regularly heard across many prestigious venues.

  • Private Mozart-themed Tour of Prague’s Old Town with a visit to the Museum of Music and an evening classical concert (number of attractions depends on the selected option)
  • Music History Expert-Guide who is fluent in the language of your choice
  • Historical facts and anecdotes about the life and work of W.A. Mozart
  • Skip-the-line tickets to the Czech Museum of Music (all options)
  • Tickets for a classical concert featuring compositions by Mozart (3-hour option only)
  • Tickets for a classical concert featuring compositions by Mozart (2-hour option)

Important information

Meeting point

Meet your guide in front of the House at the Black Madonna, Ovocný trh 19, 110 00 Staré Město, Czechia

Important information

What you should know

  • Please check your email the day before the tour in order to receive important information.
  • Please note that the number of attractions depends on the selected option. Concert tickets are not included in the besic 2-hour tour.
  • Please be advised that the evening concert of classical music is an attraction separate from the walking tour and the guide will not participate in it.
  • There are several concert halls in Prague’s Old Town. Concerts usually start between 5:30 pm and 8 pm. You can find the exact time and place of the concert on your ticket attached to the email. The concert program may vary depending on the size of the group, day, time and availability, but we will always consider your best experience when booking the concert tickets.