Looming above Wenceslas Square is the neo-Renaissance bulk of the National Museum, designed in the 1880s by Josef Schulz as an...
Rotunda of St Longinus
The focal point of Wenceslas Square is the equestrian statue of St Wenceslas at its southern end. Sculptor Josef Myslbek has surrounded...
Jáma (‘the Hollow’) is a popular American-expat bar plastered with old rock gig posters ranging from Led Zep and REM to Kiss and Shania...
Cool, angular and precise in shades of grey, black and avocado green, Room provides the perfect setting for some of Prague's most...
Krakovská 4 · interesting places nearby
There’s a vast selection of secondhand CDs, LPs and videos to browse through here, representing a wide range of genres. Czech and Western pop jostle with jazz, blues, heavy metal, country and world music, though with most LPs costing around 300Kč to 450Kč, this place is not exactly what you’d call a bargain basement.