House of the Two Suns
Sporting a beautifully preserved facade of black-and-white Renaissance sgraffito, the Schwarzenberg Palace houses the National...
From 1765 Josef of Bretfeld made his Bretfeld Palace a social hotspot, entertaining Mozart and Casanova.
House of the Golden Horseshoe
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.
U Zavěšenýho Kafe
A superb drinking den barely five minutes’ walk from the castle. Head for the back room, quirkily decorated with weird art and...
Nerudova 47 · interesting places nearby
House of the Two Suns information
Following the tourist crowds downhill from Prague Castle via Ke Hradu will bring you to Nerudova, architecturally the most important street in Malá Strana; most of its old Renaissance façades were ‘baroquefied’ in the 18th century. It’s named after the Czech poet Jan Neruda (famous for his short stories, Tales of Malá Strana ), who lived at the House of the Two Suns from 1845 to 1857.