Národní třída (National Ave) is central Prague’s ‘high street’, a stately row of midrange shops and grand public buildings, notably the...
With its entrance tucked away in a shopping arcade, Vagon is more like a student-union bar than a club as such, but it always has a...
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Lonely Planet review
Others are more famous, but French-style Louvre is arguably Prague's most amenable grand café. The atmosphere is wonderfully olde-worlde, yet there's a proper nonsmoking section among its warren of rooms and it serves good coffee (a Prague rarity) as well as food. Pop in for a great breakfast before 11:00, play a little billiards, and check out the associated art gallery downstairs when leaving.