Krizik Fountain, Prague
Categories: Fountains, Tourist Spots
Krizik Fountain offers a spectacle of music, water, lights, and 1,300 multicolored reflectors. František Křižík--known as the Czech version of Thomas Edison--built the electric fountain for the World Exhibition in 1891. One hundred years later, the fountain was reconstructed and technically enhanced. Performances change regularly. Look for projections of images or films on the water screen, a water ballet of moving water, and laser effects. The music varies from works by classical artists, such as Smetana, Dvorak, and Mozart, to hits by more contemporary icons, such as Freddie Mercury and Vangelis. You can watch the show from an amphitheater close to the fountain. Use our Prague travel itinerary maker to add Krizik Fountain and other attractions to your Prague vacation plans.
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Il y a 3 programmes par soir. Pour bien profiter du spectacle, il vaut mieux attendre l'obscurité complète. Nous avons choisi et beaucoup apprécié la production sur Les Danses slaves d'Antonín Dvořák ... read more »There are 3 programs by night. To enjoy the show, it is better to wait the complete darkness. We chose and enjoyed the production on the Slavic dances of Antonín Dvořák: recommend!show original
We heard mixed reviews if the fountains, so I was a little skeptical about what to expect. The show is accompanied by the professional ballet troupe. It started on time and was 40 min long as advertis... read more »
I bought one ticket for the 10pm show, i entered the site at 9:20. The staff member let me in but I realised that he let me in for the 9pm show. He didn't bother checking the time on my ticket. When I... read more »
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