Memorial to the Victims of Communism
This striking sculptural group consists of several ragged human figures (controversially, all are male) in progressive stages of...
Petřín Funicular Railway
First opened in 1891, Prague’s funicular railway now uses modern coaches that trundle back and forth on 510m of track, saving visitors a...
This cafe-bar in Kampa Park has existed in various guises since the communist era, and you might still hear it called Tato Kejkej, its...
Cosy and welcoming, Café Lounge sports an art deco atmosphere, superb coffee, exquisite pastries and an extensive wine list. The all-day...
Újezd 18 · interesting places nearby
Klub Újezd information
Klub Újezd is one of Prague’s many ‘alternative’ bars, spread over three floors (DJs in the cellar, and a cafe upstairs) and filled with a fascinating collection of original art and weird wrought-iron sculptures. Clamber onto a two-tonne bar stool in the agreeably grungy street-level bar, and sip on a beer beneath a scaly, fire-breathing sea-monster.