05. The National Theater
Idyllically perched on the banks of the River Vltava, Prague’s National Theatre is a must-visit for lovers of the performing arts. This theater is a symbol of the country’s national identity with its top dram, ballet and opera performances. The National Theater was built in 1881 to promote the Czech language and culture. This building has gone through many renovations over the year as it is been destroyed by fire once and again by communists. It stands as the monument of the country’s rich talent and cultural significance. If you are a fan of performing arts, you will enjoy your time here a lot.