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The 2008 Prague Winter Festival will feature many opportunities for you to enjoy performances of classical music, opera and ballet by night in some of the world’s most beautifully ornate venues; whilst by day some wonderful concerts and events await you.
New for this year, together with many familiar favourites from previous festivals, is the opportunity to enjoy Michelin Star dining in The Mlynec, one of Prague’s top restaurants, with musical accompaniment from a string quartet.
And then there are the other events and holidays which include St.
Nicholas Eve on December 5th, New Year's Eve, and the Three Kings procession on January 5th.
This idea found a resonance with Czech artists many of whom were involved in the birth of our Festival in 1972 – the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra with its former leader Václav Neumann and the National Theatre opera and ballet departments with the famous conductor, Zdenek Kosler.
Many famous artistic bodies have continued to participate in our Festival throughout its many years and new noted personalities will be participating in the 2005 Prague Winter Festival.
This day-tour also includes lunch and musical entertainment.
The festival serves as a month-long cultural experience for visitors, who shop for handmade decorations and gifts, taste Czech holiday pastries, and enjoy open-air musical performances.
Elegant and sophisticated, The Mlynec is situated on the banks of the Vltava with magnificent views of the 13th century Charles Bridge and the Old Town Bridge Tower, which will literally take your breath away.