Národní třída (National Ave) is central Prague’s ‘high street’, a stately row of midrange shops and grand public buildings, notably the...
Convent of St Ursula
A festive warren of drinking and dining rooms, U Fleků is a Prague institution, though usually clogged with tour groups high on oompah...
One of Prague’s oldest and best pizzerias, ‘the Godmother’ can rustle up more than two dozen varieties of pizza, from margherita to...
Lonely Planet review
The ‘Whale’ is an arty café-bar – usually quiet enough to have a real conversation – with vegetarian-friendly snacks, a smoky back room and a basement art gallery. A clientele of Czech students, local office workers and foreign backpackers attracted by the low prices keep the place jumping.