The best galleries for contemporary art around town include Jiří Švestka; the Rudolfinum; Tranzit/Display; NoD; and Karlín Studios.
If you’re looking for a workout, you can use the posilovna (weights room) at the Sportcentrum YMCA for 120Kč per hour.
Prague City Museum
This excellent museum, opened in 1898, is devoted to the history of Prague from prehistoric times to the 20th century. Among the many...
The Archa (Ark) has been described as Prague’s alternative National Theatre, a multifunctional venue for the avant garde and the...
Friendly and informal best describes the atmosphere at this ground-breaking new restaurant where British chef Paul Day champions Czech...
Lonely Planet review
The setting – a scatter of plastic tables and chairs on a 1st-floor balcony hidden up a passage beside a department store – looks none too promising, but this tiny restaurant, tucked away beside a Thai massage studio, offers some of the city’s most authentic Thai cuisine. From the crisp, grease-free po-pia thot (spring rolls with pork and black mushrooms) and succulent kai sa-te (chicken satay) to the fiery kaeng khiao wan kai (chicken in green curry with basil), pretty much everything on the menu is a delight.