Czech Lawn Tennis Club
Founded in 1893, this is the oldest and most prestigious tennis club in the country (despite the name, all its courts are clay!), and it...
Edgy gallery dedicated to showing the works of young Czech and international artists working in contemporary urban art, street art and...
One of the most popular dance clubs in the city, Sasazu attracts the fashionable elite and hangers-on in equal measure. If you’re into...
This upmarket Asian restaurant (connected to the club of the same name) has by many accounts the best high-end Asian cooking in Prague....
Bubenské nábřeží 306 · interesting places nearby
Pražská Tržnice information
Almost a suburb in itself, Prague’s sprawling, slightly depressing city market includes a large open-air area selling fresh fruit, vegetables and flowers (Hall 22), and dozens of stalls selling everything from cheap clothes to garden gnomes.