Prague is the cheapest city for culture in Europe, according to the annual Cost of Culture Report from Britain’s Post Office.

The survey tracked the cost of six cultural activities – trips museum, an art gallery, a heritage attraction, a dance performance, opera, and a classic concert.

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The cost of cultural activities in Prague was calculated at £93.58, while Barcelona at the other end of the scale cost £313.12.

“Culture vultures looking for good value can save hundreds of pounds by doing their homework before booking and swapping expensive cities for cheaper ones,” said Andrew Brown from the Post Office.

“There are ways to keep the cost of culture down. Buy tickets direct from a theatre or opera house rather than via a ticket agency to avoid commission, seek advice on cheaper seats that still offer good views and check for free entry days to museums or gallery or times when prices are reduced.”

 

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