Prague is one of Europe’s most popular holiday destinations and there are lots of things that won’t cost you a thing.
The Bohemian Switzerland National Park was established on 1st January 2000 and covers an area of nearly 80km2, is the youngest national park in the Czech Republic.
From May until October this is one of the busiest spots in the city.
This video shows you how you can save some money in Prague and also – which places to avoid!
Naplavka is a stretch of pavement next to the banks of the Vltava, between the Palackého most and the Vytoň tram stop.
Prior to the metronome’s construction, the site atop Letna Hill was home to the largest statue of Stalin in the world.
The St. Nicholas Church at the Old Town Square was completed in 1735, and replaced a parish church mentioned in records dating back to 1273.
The square is dominated by the neo-Gothic Cathedral of St. Ludmila, built from 1888 to 1893 according to plans drawn by architect Josef Mocker.
George & Dragon: this is definitely a British pub, although of course other nationalities are most welcome to come in and join in. The pub serves authentic English ale and features several television screens on […]
Prague’s TV Tower stands on a hill in Mahler Gardens in the central Žižkov district of Prague.
The Old Town Square was founded in the 10 th century as a place, where various goods from faraway countries were sold.
Former industrial suburb and the epicenter of Prague’s rough-and-tumble nightlife.
One of the most beautiful in the world, it houses over 200,000 volumes, of which 3,000 are original manuscripts.
Nusle Bridge (in Czech Nuselský most) is a viaduct that spans the Nusle valley. The construction began in 1965 and was finished by 1973, a year before the first metro line was opened in Prague.
Vinograf: stop here for a glass of small-batch Moravian or Bohemian wine. Inside there are just a few tables, but the wine list is impressive, with six or seven bottles available by the glass each day. […]
If European cities were a necklace, Prague would be a diamond among the pearls
Prague Castle is the place to be to see a Changing the Guard ceremony in Czech.
- San Carlo: is located in a small street near the Dancing House. San Carlo offers actually the most delicious and authentic pizza in Prague.
The Nostalgic Tram no. 91 (nostalgická linka č. 91) is a Prague historic tram that runs on weekends and holidays from April through mid-November.
Prague is the Paris of the ’90s
Antonínovo pekařství: inspired by the local bakeries and cafes in Germany, they follow traditional and simple recipes with no artificial ingredients. All our products are baked daily on the spot. Probably the best bread rolls […]
The latest work by artist David Černý is located at yard of the shopping center Quadrio (metro Národní třída). This bust of Franz Kafka weighs 39 tons and is composed of 42 moving layers and […]
Kino Aero: one of Prague’s best-loved art-house cinema, with retrospectives and unusual films. Our tip: try the so-called “blind date with Aero”: you don’t know, what movie are u going to watch and if you watched […]
Dancing House was awarded the Design of the year 1996 award from the American Time magazine.
Prague never lets you go… this dear little mother has sharp claws
Good Food Coffee and Bakery in Prague has made trdelníks their speciality, and are using them as ice cream cones to take sweet treats to a whole new level.