1. Visit Petřín
Want to go on a little hike in the center of Prague? Climb the Petřín Tower and see the whole of Prague? Then this is the places for you. Petřín offers a nice quiet park, mirror maze and much more. Even if you are not much of a hiker, you can always take a cable car to the top.
Place: Petřín, 169 00 Praha 6, Česko
2. Astronomical clock
In the heart of Prague at Old Town square, there is the worlds famous clock which strikes every hour and shows a little puppet show. Its a must see in Prague and you will definitely wander in the Old Town anyway so go get a look.
Place: Staroměstské nám. 1
3. Charles Bridge
Amazing view, musicians playing jazz, people enjoying the atmosphere, that’s your stroll through this bridge. Charles Bridge is a historic bridge that crosses the Vltava river in Prague, Czech Republic. Its construction started in 1357 under the auspices of King Charles IV, and finished at the beginning of the 15th century.
Place:Karlův most, 110 00 Praha 1, Česko
4. U Fleků
The first written document dates back to 1499 when the house was bought by maltster Vít Skřemenec. The brewery U Fleků is thus the only brewery in Central Europe which has been brewing continuously for over 500 years. The brewery was nationalized with the onset of the communist rule. The original owners, the Brtník family, regained the brewery and restaurant in 1991, after the fall of the regime.
Place: Křemencova 11
5. Restaurant Vytopna
Výtopna is a unique restaurant experience where customers are served by model trains. The first restaurant of this type was opened in Brno in 2009. Shortly after opening, it became a real rarity as the number of visitors exceeded all expectations. Our trains that make tens of kilometers every day have already served more then 6 000 000 customers in our restaurants nowadays. There are two Výtopna restaurants in the Czech Republic at the moment – both in Prague. Visit and enjoy the extraordinary environment of the miniature landscape with railways meandering all around the restaurant and have your drink served by a train right to your table!
Place: Václavské nám. 802/56
6. Restaurant Lávka
The Lávka Club by Charles Bridge is one of the longest-running businesses of its kind in Prague. Theatrical performances, concerts, corporate parties, weddings, private celebrations, and various cultural and social events are held here regularly. Lávka also has its own marina where you can rent a pedal boat or order a boat ride.
Place: Novotného lávka 201/1
7. Prague ZOO
Prague Zoological Garden is a zoo in Prague, Czech Republic. It was opened in 1931 with the goal to “advance the study of zoology, protect wildlife, and educate the public” in the district of Troja in the north of Prague. In 2013, the zoo occupied 58 hectares (140 acres) with 45 hectares (110 acres) in use for exhibits and housed around 4,200 animals from just under 650 species, including 132 species listed as threatened.
Place: U Trojského zámku 120/3
8. Hamleys Prague
Hamleys is a UK toy chain founded in 1760 as the world’s oldest. It operates more than 110 toy shops in 21 states. Slide down in a tube from the first floor and ride a merry-go-round at this toy shop slash playing ground. You will see endless shelves of plush toys, the castle made out of lego and much more.
Place: Na Příkopě 14
9. Captain Candy
If you like candy there is no better place for you than Captain Candy store. Everything is measured by weight so you can get little from everything or go big and buy 1000 jelly worms. The options are endless!
Place: Melantrichova 1
10. Múj Šálek Kávy
What better way to start a day than get a nice cup of coffee at this lovely coffee shop. You can choose your own beans and enjoy coffee as you like. Don’t worry if you don’t want coffee, they also make delicious breakfast and brunch, so you are set for everything there.
Place: Křižíkova 105
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