My Favorites | Highlights

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City Managers favorite places

4.9/5

Estrella

Restaurants

Estrella is a small, cozy and stylish vegetarian restaurant hidden on the corner of Opatovická street and a present for a foodie. They serve exceptional delicious vegetarian food at reasonable price...

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5/5

Letka

Coffee, Tea, Bistros and Gelaterias

A quiet small cafe during the day and a local bar at night - that is Letka. A place with a sense for detail beginning with rustic walls of former Austro-Hungarian coffee shop, glass chandaliers and ma...

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5/5

Satsang

Restaurants

Satsang is small, lively and atmospheric bistro focusing on vegetarian and vegan dishes located in Prague hipstehood - Vršovice district. The restaurant serves brunch, lunch and dinner from 11 am to 1...

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5/5

Studio Alta

Culture

It is hard to say what Studio Alta is not! Thanks to its open-minded concept and enormous premises it transforms and changes with every guest who comes, with every event held here. But above all Alta...

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5/5

Kasárna Karlín

Sights

Kasárna Karlín are former barracks that have been given a second life and became a cultural and social space. Open-air cinema, a bar, a cafe made in a place of former swimming pool, gallery, beach vol...

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5/5

Světozor cinema

Culture

Cinema Světozor was built in 1918, a few projections later it was changed into a cabaret, but since 1957 has been used as a cinema again. Svetozor is an art-house cinema, focusing on first-rate Euro...

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5/5

Vnitroblock

Coffee, Tea, Bistros and Gelaterias

Vnitroblock is a multifunctional space that is located in former industrial suburb with port and nowadays a center of modern culture - Holešovice. Most factories are history now and you will find club...

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5/5

Terra Ceramics - pottery workshop

Adventure, Leisure Time, Guided Tours

You may have seen how many ceramic shops there are in Prague as pottery belongs to one of traditional crafts in the Czech Republic. Instead of buying a souvenir you can make a ceramic one for your fri...

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5/5

Kampa island

Squares, Parks and Playgrounds

Kampa island is a place in the city center near the Vltava river and yet it is not so overcrowded. Kampa is an artificial island separated from Malá strana by a man-made Čertovka channel that powered...

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5/5

Cafe Čekárna (Kavárna Čekárna)

Coffee, Tea, Bistros and Gelaterias

If you decided to spend some time enjoying picturesque views of Vyšehrad, drop by this homelike cafe to recharge energy. A glass of beer, wine or a cup of fresh coffee along with a delicious cake will...

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Top 10 for first-time visitors

5/5

Wenceslas upside-down

Sights

A triumph ride on an apparently dead horse in Lucerna Palace! You have probably already seen the statue of St. Wenceslas on Wenceslas square. Find its parody just a few steps aside. Although David Čer...

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4.8/5

The National Theatre (Národní divadlo)

Sights

The historical building of Prague Theatre is the alma mater of Czech Opera and the national monument of Czech history and art. It played a crucial role in preserving Czech language and culture back in...

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4.8/5

Petřín Lookout Tower (Petřínská rozhledna)

Sights

Petřín Lookout Tower is a younger sister of the Eiffel tower in Paris. It was build thanks to Club of Czech Tourists only two years after the Eiffel Tower (in 1891). It is only 63,5 meters high, but t...

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4.8/5

St. Nicholas Church (Kostel svatého Mikuláše) - Malostranské náměstí

Sights

St. Nicholas Church is the most famous Baroque church in Prague. It was completed in 1735 and replaced a Gothic church from the 13th century. Construction lasted approximately one hundred years, and...

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4.6/5

Old Town Square (Staroměstské Náměstí)

Sights

The Old town square is one of the two main squares in Prague and one of the most beautiful historical sights in Europe. It was used as a central market place in Prague from the 12th century. There are...

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