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Events in Prague

Overview of the most famous Prague events during the year Prague is the cultural capital of the Czech Republic and there is no shortage of events - be it music, theatre, gastronomy or sports. Many of these events are free of charge, and you will often…

Eat & drink

Trdelnik Prague

Where to taste the best one? Some people love it, others consider it a tourist kitsch and an overpriced delicacy full of calories. But for lovers of sweet pastries, it's hard to resist, as it usually scents the whole street with cinnamon. Yes, we'…

Best ice cream in Prague

7 tips for ice cream in Prague you must try What could be better than enjoying a good portion of ice cream during warm summer days? Indulging in this deliciousness all year round! In our opinion, ice cream is suitable for all seasons. Especially the ones…

TOP 5 seafood restaurants Prague

serving the best seafood and fish you've ever eaten A few years ago, it was possible to enjoy quality fish and seafood in only a few restaurants in Prague. The popularity of a healthier lifestyle and the preference for fresh and quality ingredients…

TOP 9 Mexican restaurants in Prague

Where to enjoy real Mexico in Prague? Getting a proper Mexican food in Prague, no tex-mex, wasn't exactly easy just a few years ago. However, with the development of Prague's gastronomic scene and the wave of Mexican immigrants, Mexican cuisine…

Best kebab in Prague

TOP 5 tips from locals Did you know that kebab is one of the most popular hangover foods in Turkey? No wonder that in most cities you can find a kebab stand on almost every corner. And Prague is no exception. Whether you just love kebab and don't…

Cafes in Prague worth visiting

Guide to Prague cafés: 15+1 tips where to enjoy coffee with a unique atmosphere Prague hides many treasures. And you only need to take a short walk around the Old Town and its surroundings to understand that it's no different when it comes to…

Activities with children

Best things to do in Prague with kids, part 1

Where to Go For Animals and Sports Experiences Even kids can have a lot of fun in Prague! Here is a series of tips on places in Prague to go with your kids on a trip or just to spend a nice afternoon together. All the tips are always divided into…

Best things to do in Prague with kids, part 2

To the playground, amusement park or café, where you and the kids can enjoy coffee in peace Even kids can have fun in Prague! Here's a series of tips on places in Prague to go with your kids on a trip or just to spend a nice afternoon together…

Best things to do in Prague with kids, part 3

For knowledge and fairy tales Even children can have a lot of fun in Prague! Here's a series of tips on places to go with your children on a trip or just to spend a pleasant afternoon together. All the tips are always divided into thematic sections,…

Best things to do in Prague with kids, part 4

Even the journey is a destination: train rides, boat rides, historic tram rides Even kids can have fun in Prague! Here's a series of tips on places in Prague to take the kids on a trip or just spend a nice afternoon together. All the tips are always…

Shopping

Chodov Shopping Centre

After an extensive reconstruction, the Chodov shopping mall is the biggest shopping centre in Prague with a shopping area of more than 102,000 m² and more than 300 shops. There is a hypermarket, popular fashion chains (Zara Home, Adidas,…

Palladium Shopping Centre

Palladium is a shopping centre in Prague’s historical Old Town district, which was built on the site of the former George of Poděbrady Barracks on the Republic Square. The shopping centre has five floors with 170 shops and 32 cafés,…

Nový Smíchov Shopping Centre

The Nový Smíchov shopping centre is situated in Prague’s Anděl district, about a ten-minute drive from the city centre. Since its opening in 2001, it has been considered one of the biggest shopping centres in Prague. There are three…

Pařížská Street

Pařížská Street is considered to be the most luxurious street in Prague because it contains boutiques with the most expensive fashion brands (clothing, jewellery, handbags, shoes, etc.). There are stores of many companies, such as Dior,…

Fashion Arena

The Fashion Arena is an outlet centre in Prague’s Štěrboholy district (about 25 minutes from the city centre), which is the largest of its kind in the Czech Republic. It brings together over 200 fashion brands such as Billabong,…

Tours

Beer and Taverns Tour

Indicative price: from 15 Euro / person Duration: 4 hours Suitable for wheelchairs: No. Itinerary: Visit to 3 Prague Taverns Tasting of Local Beers Small refreshment

Medieval Dinner with Unlimited Consumption of Drinks

Indicative price: 39 Euro/person Duration: 2,5 – 3 hours Suitable for wheelchairs: No Itinerary: Consumption of one of the 6 menus of 3 or 5 courses offered Medieval show with music

Swimming in Prague

30+9 tips for the best places to swim in Prague and its surroundings There are plenty of places to swim or just enjoy water fun in Prague. Whether you're looking for a place to cool off on a hot summer day, or the weather isn't so good for…

Trips

Kutná Hora city

Kutná Hora is a small city with 20,000 inhabitants located 70 km east of Prague. Its historic centre is on the UNESCO World Heritage list. The area around Kutná Hora has been famous for its silver mines since the Middle Ages.…

Karlštejn castle

Karlštejn is a small town located about 40 km west of Prague. It is situated on the banks of the Berounka river in the centre of the Český Kras nature conservation area. The dominant feature of the city is Karl…

Liberec city

Liberec is a city 110 km north of Prague with a population of 100,000. It lies in the foothills of the Jizera Mountains. The highest peak, Ještěd, has a hotel at its summit which has been proclaimed the building of the 20th century of the…

Swimming

Aquapalace Prague

The Aquapalace is located in the village of Čestlice in the Prague-East District, a short distance from the D1 motorway and about 16 km from Prague centre. With an area of over 9,000 m², this sports-relaxation centre is the largest water…

Aquacentre Šutka

The Aquacentre Šutka is a modern water park in Prague’s Troja district, which was opened in 2012. There are two indoor enclosed water chutes with a length of about 72 metres, three water slides (the steepest one with a slope of 55%)…

Podolí Swimming Centre

The Podolí Swimming Centre in Prague’s Podolí district is a large sports centre on the right bank of the Vltava River, which was built in a former limestone quarry and has been in operation since 1964. The complex consists of…

Concerts

O2 arena

The O2 arena is the largest Czech multifunctional hall and the second largest ice hockey arena in Europe with a capacity of up to 18,000. It is located in Prague’s Libeň district in Prague 9 and was opened in 2002. The arena hosts…

Interesting