The churches and palaces of Prague are seen, with the great River (the Moldau), which flows through the city, the outline of city buildings reflected in its waters. The Strahov Monastery and the Villa Bertramka are practical examples of Mozart's contact with Prague. On a visit to the monastery he improvised on the organ, and at the Villa Bretramka he and his wife Constanze were guests of the Czech composer Dusek. There is also a visit to Southern Moravia and Lednice, with its Neo-Gothic castle, its folly, a slender minaret, in its English gardens, with its trees and artificial lakes. Included are excerpts of Don Giovanni and La clemenza di Tito by Mozart.