Cafés and Delis

Meditation Garden, 27 Executed, and State Bankruptcy in 1623

Oasis in the Beating Heart of the City If you walk down Nerudova Street from the Castle and turn...

A Hundred Years Ago and Today: The Recipe for the Fabulous...

There's one place in Prague where you'll find yourself crossing the threshold into a time a century ago. That place is the Šlágr Café...

Fanta’s Café at “Fanta’s Station”

Prague Main Railway Station is the largest Art Nouveau building in the Czech Republic. The Neo-Renaissance building, built in the years 1869-1871, stood in...

About the Czech Origin of the US Dollar and Yummy Kolaches...

There are many things that people commonly use and may not realize that they were invented in Bohemia. Everyone probably knows that contact lenses,...

The House Where the Water Sprites Lived

The video shows Mr. Wassermann, the head of the Vltava water sprites, saying goodbye to his family. He then slips into the...

Chleba & Máslo (Letná)

Bread has an exclusive position in Czech history. Many customs and traditions are attached to it, it is spoken of in many proverbs. Many...

Bistro Under the Arch of Charles Bridge

Prague has many places that you can visit, but also those that you just have to see. And among those places, without which a...

U hrdinů

The pastry shop U hrdinů (At Heroes) got its name due to the fact that it is located in Dukelských hrdinů Street....

Coffee Lovers (Staré Město)

Carp is said “kapr” in Czech. So Kaprova Street could be named after a fish carp – the Vltava is only a...

Theatre on the Balustrade (Staré Město)

(Introduction note: the photos are from the end of the summer when restaurants were still open.) Anenské náměstí (Anenské Square) is...

Lunch even with soup under five dollars? Why not? (Canteen, Malá...

If you walk along Charles Bridge and find yourself in the Lesser Town, you are suddenly in the locality with the highest...

Skála Confectioner (Cukrář Skála, Nové Město)

The confectionery in Spálená Street (Burned Street) is one of the three Skála confectioneries in Prague. (Why Spálená Street is called burned,...

Sněmovní 7 (Malá Strana)

It`s really a little bit a unique experience. The residence of the Czech Parliament is in Sněmovní Street in Malá Strana. Across...

Cafe Calma (Dejvice)

Dejvice is not only a classy Prague area and one of the most popular locations for living, it...

Prague Castle Canteen (Prague Castle, Hradčany)

Hradčany and the Lesser Town are the most visited locations in Prague, so it is probably not surprising that the prices in local restaurants...

Café Slavia (Kavárna Slavia, Staré Město)

Café Slavia is one of the most famous cafes in Prague. It was opened in 1884 and there have always been many artists among...

U Knoflíčků (Malá Strana)

At the foothill of Petřín, right next to the lower station of the cableway, there is a cozy...

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