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Changing Rooms at the studios
Charles' Bridge, City Centre
Dance Studio 1
The National Theatre
View over the rooftops of Prague
Dance Studio 2
Entrance to the Studios
New studio, built in 2004Dance Studio 3 (new)
Prague main square
Students relaxing in the friendly canteen at the ballet studiosThe canteen at the studios


Why Prague?
Prague is a beautiful city with many attractions for visitors, but we are most fortunate to have the support of the National Theatre (Národní Divadlo), who have made their spectacular dance studio facilties available to us.

Accommodation is based on two to four people sharing in University locations in the heart of Prague's old town, and includes breakfast. These are reasonably priced hostels (see the hostels' website) with friendly, helpful staff and good facilities (Note: a single room can be arranged at additional cost and only if specifically requested). Should you wish to make your own arrangements for staying in Prague, we recommend that you contact the City's tourist board: you must inform the organisers of contact details for in the city prior to your arrival. Please note that while our hostel of choice may not be the Ritz, it has the unique advantage that it is able to accommodate all of the dancers under one roof and the location is fantastic. It is just a short walk of about seven minutes, across the Old Town Square towards Charles Bridge, to the studios of the National Theatre.

During the day, snacks, light meals, fresh fruit and drinks can be bought in the studios' canteen. Situated between all the studios on the ground floor, the canteen also offers a pleasant area to meet and relax between classes.

You may find the following websites interesting and useful:
Welcome to Prague | Prague i Guide | Prague City Server | Prague.cz | Prague Information Service |
Time Out Prague Guide | Prague Post | Radio Prague | Prague Experience | Prague Cheap Flats - Apartments in Prague|

Travel to and from the airport or station will be organized for you. You must inform us of your travel details at least one week in advance, and your arrival in Prague should be no later than 21.00h in the evening of Sunday 20th July 2007 for those coming to the first week (or first and second weeks) or Sunday 27th July 2007for those who are coming for the second week only.

Medical assistance
Mgr. Jiří Čumpelík is a member of the Faculty of the Charles University, specialising in Physiotherapy, rehabilitation and chiropractic. Mr Čumpelík has agreed to make himself available to anybody from the masterclasses should it be necessary, at very reasonable rates. Mr Čumpelík is highly-qualified and held in the highest professional regard in Prague by dancers and sportsmen.

We also have on-site a masseur who can be booked upon arrival at the studios. All treatment rooms are on site at the studios.


Last updated: Monday, July 14, 2008 7:04 AM

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