If you are going to Prague with someone who enjoys going to museums, galleries and concerts, prepare yourself for a proper cultural marathon. Of the hundreds of galleries, the following are not to be missed: the modern Czech and international art at the Rudolfinum (www.galerierudolfinum.cz), the representative collection of Czech art from the Romanesque period up to the present day at the National Gallery (www.ngprague.cz), and the exclusive exhibition premises of the City Gallery Prague (www.citygalleryprague.cz). Classical composers such as Dvo?ák, Janá?ek and Smetana have played an important role in the immortality of Czech music, and now you can hear their works in their homeland. The Rudolfinum, Municipal House, The Estates Theatre and the State Opera all feature beautiful music halls. Theatre lovers need not fear the language barrier either. The unique concept of the black light theatre offers performances that combine film, dance and pantomime.