The National Theatre is the neo-Renaissance architectural flagship of the Czech National Revival, and one of Prague’s most impressive...
Rotunda of the Holy Cross
This tiny Romanesque rotunda is one of Prague’s oldest buildings, starting out as a parish church in about 1100. Saved from demolition...
The much-loved National Theatre provides a stage for traditional opera, drama and ballet by the likes of Smetana, Shakespeare and...
Cosy rather than cramped, the Kabul has a welcoming, old-world atmosphere with worn wooden furniture and oriental rugs draped on the...
Kavárna Slavia information
Lonely Planet review
The Slavia is the most famous of Prague’s old cafés, a cherrywood-and-onyx shrine to art-deco elegance, with polished limestone-topped tables and big windows overlooking the river. It has been a celebrated literary meeting place since the early 20th century – Rainer Maria Rilke and Franz Kafka hung out here, and it was frequented by Václav Havel and other dissidents in the 1970s and '80s.