Prague is a cultural Mecca. No matter the day, you are sure to find a theater, opera or ballet performance happening; not to mention too many exhibitions to cover in one visit. To balance out all that artistic stuff, we also have a fabulous tradition of drinking lots of beer. Lovers of history and architecture will also find lots to explore, and do try at least one authentic Czech meal. You’ll probably be quite surprised by how flavorful good Czech cooking can be.
Jana Zijice 7
Quirky museum dedicated to the history of coffee...
Krizovnicke namesti 3
An in depth look at the 14th-15th century and 19th-20th century bridge building industry... read more
U Pamatniku 1900
Memorial and museum honoring 20th century Czechoslovak history... read more
Botanical gardens offering both a greenhouse and outdoor exhibition... read more
Beautiful park and chateau on the outskirts of Prague... read more
Beautiful selection of handmade gifts... read more
Milady Horákové 1066/98
Home to the Sparta Praha football team... read more
Pier 5 Evropská vodní doprava
(under the Čechův Bridge)
nábreží Edvarda Beneše
Huge Park and Beer Garden with great views...
(at the bottom of Wenceslas Square, near Mustek metro stop)
A world of comfort for football fans... read more
Czechoslovak parachutists memorial... read more
U Milosrdnych 17
Bohemia's Oldest Example of Gothic Architecture...
Hellichova (office) 18
(performances take place at various venues)
World-renowned classical music festival... read more