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Its has a two great beer gardens where you can sit under the shady the trees and drink Czech local beers, eat klobasa and other food from the grill or restaurant, chat with friends, watch football,... más información

Wonderful lively park just 4 min by walk from you where people go to chill on a blanket, catch up on the sun-tan, talk and drink. It has an awesome view during the day and night for the Old City an... más información

Riegrovy sady is a pleasant park stretching between the Italská, Chopinova, Polská, and Vozová streets on the northern edge of Vinohrady, at the border with Žižkov. It is close to walk to from Vino... más información

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Oldest Café in Prague - established in 1902. Beautiful interior, wight menu, great service, smoking/non smoking area, billiard! This place used to visit Albert Einstein, Franz Kafka and Karel Capek...

This Café with a charming atmosphere, bearing the name of the world’s famous gallery, has been standing here for over a century since 1902. Beautiful interior, great service, smoking/non smoking ar... más información

This Café, bearing the name of the world’s famous gallery, has been standing here for over a century, since 1902. Among its guests were Karel Capek, Franz Kafka as well as Albert Einstein during hi... más información

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Náplavka is a place of farmer´s markets or a meeting place popular by young people. From there you cand take a cruise ride on Vltava river, some boats goes to Troja (castle and zoo) or the other di... más información

Naplavka hub. Hailed by some as Prague’s “hipster hangout,” Naplavka is a stretch of pavement next to the banks of the Vltava, between the Palackého most (Palacký Bridge) and the Vytoň tram stop, a... más información

Perfect summer spot. Walkway around the river filled with bars, beer boats, party boats and food places. Very popular among young people and students in Prague, try to arrive between 5-6 pm to get ... más información

Recomendado por 138 anfitriones de la zona

Roxy dance club is maybe the most famous nightclub in Prague. Over the years this club has attracted big name DJ's and bands. Music of all genres plays here: Drum ‘n’ Bass, Jungle, Minimal, Techno..

Roxy is one of Prague's oldest and best known clubs, which over the years has attracted famous DJs as well as music bands. Big open spaces and the interior give Roxy more of a warehouse feel than a... más información

Roxy is one of Prague's oldest and best-known clubs, and over the years has attracted big name DJ's as well as bands. The slightly dilapidated interior and big open spaces gives Roxy more of a ware... más información

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The Café Savoy restaurant and coffee bar evokes the atmosphere of the cafés of the First Czechoslovakian Republic. Its remarkable interior is dominated by a listed Neo-Renaissance ceiling dating ba... más información

Unique and beautiful place! Evokes the atmosphere of the cafés of the First Czechoslovakian Republic. Its remarkable interior is dominated by a listed Neo-Renaissance ceiling dating back to 1893. D... más información

For those looking for a distinctively refined First-Republic Prague atmosphere. With a Neo-Renaissance ceiling dating back to the late 19th century, this café boasts a true First Czechoslovakian Re... más información

Recomendado por 147 anfitriones de la zona

DOX Gallery - centre of contemporary art - my best loved gallery - huge building, few floors filled with number of actual exhibitions - nice coffee and book shop, worth visiting

The DOX Centre for Contemporary Art is a multi-functional space focusing on the presentation of contemporary art, architecture, and design. It was created thanks to a private initiative through the... más información

The DOX Centre for Contemporary Art is a multi-functional space focusing on the presentation of contemporary art, architecture, and design.

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It is the largest indoor shopping mall in central Prague. Palladium is an ultra-modern, multi-level shopping mall containing over 200 shops. International stores include Body Shop, Calvin Klein, Es... más información

Palladium is a shopping mall located in the centre of Prague in the Czech Republic. It opened in 2007. The mall contains 170 shops and 30 restaurants, with a retail area of 39,000 square metres (42... más información

Palladium is a shopping mall located in the centre of Prague in the Czech Republic. The mall contains 170 shops and 30 restaurants, with a retail area of 39,000 square metres (420,000 sq ft). It is... más información

Recomendado por 104 anfitriones de la zona

Fine burger bistro as they say. I did like burger, but I am not a big fan of burger in the first place. But the fries are the best in Prague, and the terrasse in summer is fantastic.

The cit's best burger is one of the most contested categories in Prague dining. There will never be a unanimous vote, but Dish Burger Bistro is one the most distinguished contenders.

Book in advance because we are not the only ones that think Dish serves the best burgers in town.The interior is simple, clean and elegant with cast iron tables with heavy wood tops, wooden floors,... más información

Recomendado por 103 anfitriones de la zona

Enjoy really good live jazz concerts at this marvellous place. Have a good glass of wine or whatever you prefer from the large drink menu, look out of the window front open to the Moldavia river. GEM!

Jazz dock is the best jazz club in Prague, directly on the river Vltava, in the centrum of Prague, every night a live concert, bar, cool atmosphere!! Don´t miss that!

Jazz dock is one of the 5 best jazz clubs in Europe. It has its amazing atmospehere as it is on the river and near a floodgates. You can listen to perfect live music, drink glass of wine and watchi... más información

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An oasis of calm, simply turn off from the Lesser Town (Malá Strana) end of the Charles Bridge and you will immediately find yourself in the magical world of Prague’s answer to Venice. On Prague’s ... más información

Write a message to John Lennon on Kampa! If during your stay in dynamic Prague you yearn for an oasis of calm, simply turn off from the Lesser Town (Malá Strana) end of the Charles Bridge and you ... más información

Kampa (also Na Kampě) is an island in the Vltava river in central Prague on the side of Malá Strana. Charles Bridge crosses its northern tip and is connected to the island by the street ulice Na Ka... más información

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Come to this large, shady park for an unforgettable view of Prague's bridges. From the enormous concrete pedestal at the center of the park—now occupied by a giant working metronome, which some say... más información

This extensive park with grassy areas, mature trees, a colorful assortment of bushes planted on the hillsides, and a long plane tree-lined avenue provides not only a pleasant to sit and relax, but ... más información

Letna Park is a large area on the opposite side of the river, easily accessible by public transport (or by foot). Take tran 8 from Florenc to Sparta (opposite the football stadiom). Once in the par... más información

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Enjoy carefully treated beer and freshly prepared homemade food. We draught the beer straight from the tanks via the shortest route into your pint glass, where it remains fresh until the last sip. ... más información

It looks like a big dining hall from communist time, smoking and non smoking section, very lively and extremely popular. Traditional Czech meals prepared with care and very good beer directly from ... más información

Probably the most well known of all Prague's classic Czech Pubs and boasting the best Pilsner Urquell in all of Prague, perhaps the Czech Republic. This place is very lively and extremely popular. ... más información

Recomendado por 202 anfitriones de la zona

Come to this large, shady park for an unforgettable view of Prague's bridges. From the enormous concrete pedestal at the center of the park—now occupied by a giant working metronome, which some say... más información

This extensive park with grassy areas, mature trees, a colorful assortment of bushes planted on the hillsides, and a long plane tree-lined avenue provides not only a pleasant to sit and relax, but ... más información

Letna Park is a large area on the opposite side of the river, easily accessible by public transport (or by foot). Take tran 8 from Florenc to Sparta (opposite the football stadiom). Once in the par... más información

Recomendado por 94 anfitriones de la zona

Nice and cozy restaurant servis a traditional czech cuisine situated nearby spectacular Míru square (náměstí Míru) in a old building with a great atmosphere.

Closest and very good restaurant for Czech cuisine. Great value for money, not overpriced, typical dishes and great beer from a tank. Full of czech people during the lunch time, special and cheap l... más información

Good place to have a meal or beer (Staropramen), decent prices, amazing kids corner with babysitter over lunch and app for your smartphone where you can check your kid via a camera (protected by pa... más información

Recomendado por 93 anfitriones de la zona

The best bread and bakery in the world. It is cosy there and they offer hot drinks, homemade limonades, sweets and smaller food as well, or just bread with delicious spread. Most recommended. They ... más información

It's a new established local bakery but people say there aren't better bread rolls in town. Watching the bakers work on your next loaf of bread makes the neverending queuing surprisingly fun. The l... más información

This bakery is so good we have to mention it again in the breakfast section. Apart from sweet options and excellent bread choices you can also have a cup of coffee and enjoy slice of fresh bread wi... más información

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A MUST. Good place to eat typical czech food. Enormous pub designed as an old fashion pub. Special beer. Very appreciated by czechs. Good prices - from 2/3 to 8 euros. Very popular and often crowded.

Enjoy carefully treated beer and freshly prepared homemade food. Classic Czech dishes, using only fresh ingredients and spices sourced from renowned regional suppliers.

It looks like a dining hall out of soviet days in some way- but very lively and extremely popular. Traditional Czech meals prepared with care and beer directly from the tank!

Recomendado por 81 anfitriones de la zona

The best Prague butcher, If you really want to try something special go there for a butchers dinner, you will not get anything more traditional Czech than “Večeře od řezníka” grilled marrow, best t... más información

They have prepared for you quality meat from Czech breeds - aged beef of the Chester breed, pork from Přeštice pigs - and smoke meats of own production. In the butcher's shop and buffet, we can gri... más información

Also for meat lovers, similar to Kantyna (from the same owner-Ambiente restaurants) but smaller. It´s the butcher's shop and bistro. They have the best quality meat from Czech farmers - aged beef... más información

Recomendado por 82 anfitriones de la zona

An original American diner restaurant and music hall in the city center with comfortable seating, will guarantee authentic US diner style furniture, inspired by the seats of the Chevrolet Bel Air f... más información

Welcome to the original American restaurant (or should we say “Diner”), that is located in the centre of Prague near the Old Town Square. Our restaurant is themed with authentic US diner style fur... más información

Let’s go back to the 50s! With jukeboxes, images of Marilyn Monroe and James Dean, staff dressed in retro clothes, good food and music.

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“The Imperial’s hotel restaurant is an impressive Art Deco room with a high ceiling and colourfull msaic tiled walls, the chef is Czech “Gordon Ramsey” Zdeněk Polreich. Speciality is Braised veal c... más información

Architectural gem full of Grand Cafe atmosphere atracts its guests since 1914 not only with unique ceramic decorations. Good service, finest cuisine and affordable prices in a luxury environment - ... más información

The best of the best. We are talking Michelin stars here. This place is owned and operated by the Czech Gordon Ramsey guy. The food is the most delicious representation of mostly local foods from t... más información

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My favourite cafe in Prague's leafy residential Karlin. Great coffee, delightful cakes, breakfast and lunch food! They are true coffee artisans. The only place where I eat English breakfast.

Caffee place Muj salek kavy - is great place for coffee and breakfast. Its place whare all the hipsters go and if you want to go there in peek time, make a reservation ahead! ;))

Direct trade cafe in the heart of Karlín. Winner of Czech bar awards 2013 - the best cafe bar. 3rd in yrs 2014 & 2015. Coffee from Czech specialty roasting company "Doubleshot", homemade desserts...

Recomendado por 78 anfitriones de la zona

One of the best vegetarian restaurants in Prague. If you like the mouth-feel of meat, but don't eat meat, I personally recommend the Seitan 'Chicken' Kung Pao. Really like this restaurant, but I'm ... más información

Total feng shui interiors - Two fountains, fireplace and a retreat with the Buddha – MAITREA (loving kindness). The name reflects the place, staff and also the delicious vegetarian menu. Reservatio... más información

One of the best vegetarian restaurants in Prague. If you like the mouth-feel of meat, but don't eat meat, I personally recommend the Seitan 'Chicken' Kung Pao. Really like this restaurant, but I'm ... más información

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An enterprise inspired by Ernest Hemingway, a famous patron of bars who lent his name to more than a few cocktails. He famously improved many recipes, which is why bars throughout the world today p... más información

An enterprise inspired by Ernest Hemingway, a famous patron of bars who lent his name to more than a few cocktails. He famously improved many recipes, which is why bars throughout the world today p... más información

"An enterprise inspired by Ernest Hemingway, a famous patron of bars who lent his name to more than a few cocktails." "The fine selection of rums stocked by our bar exceeds two hundred varieties."

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The National museum (Czech: Národní muzeum) is a Czech museum institution intended to systematically establish, prepare and publicly exhibit natural scientific and historical collections. It was fo... más información

The National Museum (Národní Muzeum) in Prague is set in a commanding position at the top of Wenceslas Square. There is also an annex nearby, known as the New Building. However, both buildings are ... más información

At the edge of the Letná park, in front of the National Technical Museum, stands the oldest floored carousel in Europe. The National Technical Museum is planning to restore the carousel's structura... más información

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Cafe opened since 1884. Just next to the National Theatre. Awesome view. Maybe the best known cafe in Prague. It was known for its associations with Prague's dissident community, like Vaclav Havel.

Google tells you this: "Mirrored dining room for Czech or international dishes with live piano music each evening." The real story: Café Slavia opened in 1884 and has always been associated with P... más información

Google tells you this: "Mirrored dining room for Czech or international dishes with live piano music each evening." The real story: Café Slavia opened in 1884 and has always been associated with P... más información

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Recomendado por 80 anfitriones de la zona

Small cinema and bar. Movies are often in English or Original language and they have beach chairs and a convertible to sit through the movie :)

Small old fashioned movie theatre is a great alternative to the huge impersonal multiplexes. This one is located close to Letná park and there is also a cool bar, which serves as a meeting point fo... más información

One of the Prague’s independent movie theatres with a good selection of movies. Some of them are English-friendly! Projection room with various of seats, including beach chairs, seat bags and car b... más información

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They brew their own beer too, a rich, dark ale with a little fizz that goes down all too well. If you ask nicely they may let you sneak a look at their bijou brewery. U Fleku is, of course, pretty ... más información

The brewery restaurant offers our guests over 1200 seats in eight halls and in a garden. U Fleků is not only the most famous Czech restaurant, but also a pilgrimage site for all beer lovers, both... más información

The Brewery and Restaurant U Fleků in Prague is one of the most famous and most visited Czech cultural sights, such as the Prague Castle, Old Town Square, Vyšehrad, the Jewish Town or the National ... más información

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If you love steak/meat you'll love Cestr! Brilliant steaks and other beef meals! Carefully matured beef, local produce and fish. Pilsner Urquell draught beer!

Our forebears bred the so-called Czech spotted cow - “Čestr”, which is an abbreviation for the Czech Fleckvieh breed. In bygone days, master butchers matured beef and created cuts that have almost ... más información

Carnivores will love this place - Čestr has a butcher in the house and even displays whole sides of cows in the steak room. Čestr uses local and seasonal ingredients only and the dishes simply make... más información

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The biggest music club in Central Europe. 5 Floors of Entertainment: mainstream, dance music, oldies, hip hop, chill out, all inclusive area. Open every day: 21:00 – 05:00. Karlovy Lazne is the ... más información

The biggest music club in Central Europe. 5 Floors of Entertainment: mainstream, dance music, oldies, hip hop, chill out, all inclusive area. Open every day: 21:00 – 05:00. Karlovy Lazne is the lar... más información

One of the most popular places in Prague to hang out if you're into serious clubbing is Karlovy Lázně, located close to Charles Bridge. Spread over five floors, this is the biggest club of its type... más información

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If you happen to be visiting the lovely Riegrovy Sady and get a little hungry, The Tavern is a great option with juicy burgers and great sweet potato fries. They also offer a 'no-carb' bun-less bur... más información

The Tavern serves original Lokal Burgers, LB Veggie Burgers, and authentic smoked BBQ pulled pork sandwiches made from locally sourced ingredients. The Tavern menu varies daily, but you can always... más información

Everything you need for a hangover fix: great, messy burgers, craft beers, and fresh air in nearby park when you need it. Best soundtrack and their drinks are the stuff regulars are made of. This f... más información

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Excellent bar. Low lighting, nicely decorated in fairly classic vintage Czech style furniture. Relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. Excellent staff, good beers at reasonable prices

Legendary drinking establishment that serves premium thirst-quenching cocktails, beer and wine to the hip Bohemian crowd of Prague. Bukowski’s Bar is the place to visit on a lively night out in Pra... más información

Very good bar with great drinks and excellent staff, frequented by many expats. Relaxed and comfortable atmosphere with low lighting, nicely decorated in vintage style furniture.