House of the Golden Horseshoe
From 1765 Josef of Bretfeld made his Bretfeld Palace a social hotspot, entertaining Mozart and Casanova.
Following the tourist crowds downhill from the castle via Ke Hradu, you will arrive at Nerudova, architecturally the most important...
Overlooking the entrance to Prague Castle, the austerely neoclassical Salm Palace – built in 1810 as a luxury aristocratic residence –...
U Zeleného Čaje
‘At the Green Tea’ is a charming little olde-worlde teahouse on the way up to the castle. The menu offers a wide range of teas (70Kč to...
House of the Golden Horseshoe information
Lonely Planet review
The House of the Golden Horseshoe is named after the relief of St Wenceslas above the doorway – his horse was said to be shod with gold.