U Zlatého Tygra
Czech Museum of Fine Arts
Housed in three beautifully restored Romanesque and Gothic buildings, this often-overlooked little gallery stages temporary exhibitions...
Designed by Viennese court architect Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach in 1713, the Clam-Gallas Palace is one of the most extravagantly...
Václav Havel Library
This small gallery, supported by the foundation that protects the legacy of the Czech Republic's late playwright-president, houses a...
U Tří růží
In the 19th century there were more than 20 breweries in Prague's Old Town, but by 1989 there was only one left (U Medvidku). The Three...
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U Zlatého Tygra information
The ‘Golden Tiger’ is one of the few Old Town drinking holes that has hung on to its soul – and its reasonable prices (40Kč per 0.5L of Pilsner Urquell), considering its location. It was novelist Bohumil Hrabal’s favourite hostelry – there are photos of him on the walls – and the place that Václav Havel took Bill Clinton in 1994 to show him a real Czech pub.