The Loreta is a baroque place of pilgrimage founded by Benigna Kateřina Lobkowicz in 1626, designed as a replica of the supposed Santa...
The late-17th-century early-baroque palace facing the Loreta boasts Prague’s largest monumental façade. This imposing building has...
Siberian technician Anatoly Konyenko used to manufacture tools for microsurgery, but these days he prefers to spend 7½ years crafting a...
Pivnice U Černého Vola
Many religious people make a pilgrimage to the Loreta, but just across the road, the 'Black Ox' is a shrine that pulls in pilgrims of a...
Candlelight, incense and a Buddhist shrine characterise this intimate, vaulted restaurant that tries to capture the atmosphere of an...
Loretánské náměstí 3 · interesting places nearby
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The ‘Rocking Horse’ toy shop houses a collection of carved wooden folk dolls, old 1950s wind-up tractors, toy cars and – surprise – even a couple of rocking horses. There are quality toys and art supplies you won’t find anywhere else in Prague, but for a typically Czech souvenir look out for the famous and ubiquitous Little Mole character, available here in several guises.