VJ Rott Building
Old Town Hall
Prague’s Old Town Hall, founded in 1338, is a hotchpotch of medieval buildings acquired piecemeal over the centuries, presided over by a...
Czech Museum of Fine Arts
Housed in three beautifully restored Romanesque and Gothic buildings, this often-overlooked little gallery stages temporary exhibitions...
This tiny cocktail bar could not be further removed in atmosphere from your typical Old Town drinking place. Cramped and smoky – there...
Prague’s first-ever health-food shop opened in 1991, and is an all-vegan cafeteria and sandwich bar offering inexpensive salads,...
Lonely Planet review
The latest addition to Prague’s growing range of Indian restaurants moves straight to the top of the chart as our favourite – a series of vaulted medieval rooms given an oriental atmosphere with Persian rugs scattered on the floor, Indian statues tucked into niches, and sequinned textiles glowing colourfully beneath glass table-tops. Service is friendly and attentive, and the food is bursting with authentic flavours – cumin, coriander, ginger, garlic and chilli – ranging from Kashmiri dishes to handi and South Indian specialities, with plenty of choices that will appeal to vegetarians.