Housed in a renovated mill building, this gallery is devoted to 20th-century and contemporary art from Central Europe. The highlights of...
Memorial to the Victims of Communism
This striking sculptural group consists of several ragged human figures (controversially, all are male) in progressive stages of...
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...
This homely hacienda, decked out in bleached pine and Brazilian coffee sacks, serves up the most authentic margaritas in Prague –...
Lonely Planet review
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 previous incarnation, or just Mlýn (the mill). A wooden footbridge leads to the smoky, dimly lit interior which is peopled with local artists (David Černý is a regular), writers and politicians (look out for foreign minister Karel Schwarzenberg).