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What to do? Free evenings in Prague and Vienna

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I will be in these cities in September for 3 days/3 nights. I will be on a tour and seeing many of the main sights during the days. I have been reading other threads on these cities and have gleaned some good information. I will be having a drink at the "Fred and Ginger" in Prague, a recommendation from another thread. I wanted to see what you seasoned travelers and European residents would advise. I have never been to either of these cities before.

The tour's suggestions for nighttime activities are classical concerts in Prague and Mozart concerts in Vienna. I've been looking at websites and I'm not sure if tickets should be obtained in advance or once there and able to peruse options. If we did a Mozart concert in Vienna, I've looked into the Musikverein venue. If anyone has been there are we OK with the cheap tickets??? (not that the cheap tickets are really cheap).

In Prague another tour member is doing a pub crawl tour which sounds like fun. There is also a Prague food tour advertised on that site. I have also seen sites of dinner/concert venues. These are touristy things for sure, but then I am a tourist.

I am also fine with just a nice evening dinner and stroll.

Thank you for any advise/suggestions. Whatever we end up doing, I intend to be absolutely thrilled with. I am so happy to be able to travel to these cities.

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