St Procopius' Basilica
There was a chapel on this site way back in the early 12th century, when the church was connected to a Benedictine monastery. Although...
Prague’s tallest landmark – and, depending on your tastes, either its ugliest or its most futuristic feature – is the 216m-tall TV...
Miminka (David Černý Sculpture)
The Akropolis is a Prague institution, a smoky, labyrinthine, sticky-floored shrine to alternative music and drama. Its various...
The cafe in the famous Palác Akropolis club is a Žižkov institution, with its eccentric combination of marble panels, quirky metalwork...
Lonely Planet review
Like many of the drinking dens that are popular among expats, Bukowski’s is more a cocktail dive than a cocktail bar. Named after hard-drinking American writer Charles Bukowski, it cultivates a dark and slightly debauched atmosphere – the decor is self-consciously ‘interesting’ (when you can see it through the smoke-befogged candlelight) – but it peddles quality cocktails and cigars, and has friendly bartenders and cool tunes.