Shakespeare & Sons
Proudy (David Černý Sculpture)
Sounds of laughter and clicking cameras greet Proudy (Streams ; 2004) by David Černý, a saucy animatronic sculpture of two guys pissing...
Franz Kafka Museum
This much-hyped exhibition on the life and work of Prague’s most famous literary son, entitled ‘City of K’, explores the intimate...
Karel Zeman Museum
Bohemia-born director Karel Zeman (1910–89) was a pioneer of movie special effects whose work is little known outside the Czech...
This little cafe, with cream walls, bentwood chairs, fresh flowers and arty photographs, is an unexpected setting for some of Prague’s...
Housed in a converted 18th-century cihelná (brickworks), this place enjoys one of Prague’s hottest locations, with a riverside terrace...
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Shakespeare & Sons information
Though its shelves groan with a formidable range of literature in English, French and German, this is more than just a bookshop (with Prague's best range of titles on east European history) – it's a congenial literary hangout with knowledgeable staff, occasional author events, and a cool downstairs space for sitting and reading.