Malostranské náměstí, Malá Strana’s main square, is divided into an upper and lower part by St Nicholas Church , the district’s most...
On 22 May 1618 Czech nobles gathered at the Smiřický Palace to plot a rebellion against their Habsburg rulers – the next day they flung...
St Nicholas Church Bell Tower
During the communist era, the bell tower of St Nicholas Church was used to spy on the nearby American embassy – on the way up you can...
The Blue Light is a dark and atmospheric hangout, as popular with locals as with tourists, where you can sip a caipirinha or cranberry...
Easily missed, this backstreet Asian restaurant is set in a maze of gaudily decorated Gothic vaults only a few yards from Malá Strana's...
Malostranské náměstí 21 · interesting places nearby
Malostranská beseda information
Malá Strana’s four-storey pleasure palace reopened in 2010 after a five-year reconstruction. The fabled music club on the 2nd floor is better than ever, with a lively roster of cabaret acts, jazz and old Czech rockers. There’s also an art gallery on the top floor and a big beer hall in the basement, with a bar and restaurant on the ground floor.