This caravan cafe offers a whimsical setup on charming Střelecký Island. Great spot for lounging, listening to live music, & more.
One of Prague's prominent landmarks, the tower was built for the Jubilee Exhibition in 1891 as a small replica of the Eiffel Tower.
This Functionalist gem of a building is complete with a cinema, cafe, and a rooftop bar.
The picturesque Kinský Garden with its landscaped slopes, a regal summerhouse, ponds, waterfall & more, is the place to spend a sunny afternoon.
This enchanting nature reserve features walking trails, streams, impressive vistas, karst formations and more.
Charming and unforgettable views in combination with excellent cuisine provides a unique dining experience.
This tiny little funicular in Smíchov takes riders up to Mrázovka Park, where you can enjoy lovely views of the city.
Perched above the city on Vítkov Hill, providing amazing views of the city, is a national monument with a massive statue of warrior Jan Žižka on his horse.
The trail in Troja offers the perfect setting for a great day out – a flat concrete surface for smooth skating, nice river views, and a few bars along the way.
This Italian style Baroque garden is complete with a sala terrena, a pond, Greek statues, a grotto with artificial stalactites, and more.
Prague Boats is the most famous company operating boat tours in Prague. They conduct sightseeing, dining, NYE, advent, and private cruises.
Spending a sunny afternoon on a paddle boat in the Vltava is the best. The views of the city are second to none and the setting is purely romantic.
Thanks to its unique atmosphere and architectural style, the Grebovka Pavilion is ideal for various celebrations, festive occasions, or corporate events.
Separated from Malá Strana by the Devil’s Canal, where you can spy old water mills, Kampa is charming & evocative. A great place for a stroll.
Visit Letná's time machine, which stands where there once was a monument to Joseph Stalin, and reflect upon Prague's multifaceted history.
Pack up a picnic and head to Prague's largest green space, the leafy Stromovka Park, with your sweetheart.
Nový Svět, or the New World is a small cobblestone lane in the Castle District that is lined with charming little houses. A quiet, picturesque escape.
This restaurant covers two levels of a Gothic bell tower & features seats by the huge bells themselves. It doesn't get more atmospheric than this.
This cafe adjoining the Nova Scena Theater is housed in a fascinating Brutalist structure made of thousands of glass cubes.