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You’ll Love This Café Right Away

A pleasant cafe away from the mainstream of tourists and yet in the very center of Prague? And at affordable prices? Come there with us and see it.

The shortest and the narrowest street

And because the street is so narrow, there are traffic lights at its ends, just as you would find at an intersection. It is said that a German got stuck in the street and could not move in any direction. Furthermore, the nearby restaurant staff had to lather her up with soap to push her down the street. But it's also possible that this is just another one of Prague's legends.

VILLA RICHTER – Your wedding, birthday or family celebration at the place of Czech kings.

So do you want to spend your festive moments in the same place as the Czech kings? Whether you want to celebrate a birthday in Prague, a wedding including a wedding ceremony right in the middle of a historic vineyard, an anniversary, or want to have a beautiful evening for any other reason, Villa Richter is a great choice.

He/she has cheeks like spelling-books

He/she has cheeks like spelling-books / Má tváře jako slabikáře

Pepík’s dream of the Sargasso Sea

In 1914, Mr. Oulík caught a small eel in the Vltava river and carried it to the insurance company building. On the ground floor is a small fountain in which the eel lived. He got the name Pepík, and although the average age of eels is 8-12 years, Pepík lived happily to the age of 62.

Don’t put off till tomorrow what you can do today.

Don't put off till tomorrow what you can do today / Co...

Arthur Miller: Death of a Salesman

The drama was written in 1949 and was first staged in the Czech Republic in 1959, during the time of socialism, when the audience couldn’t fully understand the message of the play. No one had a mortgage at that time, and since the state was the only employer, everyone was obliged to work and had the certainty that he would receive his salary every month.

Playing Bowling with the Dead Czech King’s Head

About Jan Žižka, the robber, who became the courtier of King Wenceslas IV. About how this king had no calm even after his death. And also about the three Margarets, who gradually became the wife of Jan Jindřich, brother of King Charles IV. Or about the death of the queen bitten by her husband's dog. All connected with the castles Točník and Žebrák.

Customs Duty, Ramparts and Happy Evenings in Pubs

Thousands of carts carried goods from around the world to Ungelt in the 12th century, and in the evening its pubs heard merchant stories from around the world.

How Houses are Numbered in Prague

The numbering was enforced by the army so that they would have a better overview of who the army could call for compulsory military service.

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Early Birds` Prague

If you want to experience Prague almost as it was during the times of Jan Neruda, and want to enjoy it, beautiful, colorful and quiet, you just need to get up a little bit earlier in the morning. Prague will reveal you another part of its charm and you will have it for yourself. Only you and this beautiful city.

Charles Bridge and the Charm of the Prague Alluvium

Peace, quiet, and romance looking at the Charles Bridge from the river bank. And also a few words about the beautiful painting “Winter Night” by Adolf Kosárek, the famous 19th century Czech painter.

Discover Prague Like Never Before

We know Prague like the backs of our hands and would like to show you the city in a new, magical way, as if discovering a true treasure for the first time. Come explore the city with us.

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