Václav Havel Library
Franz Kafka Museum
This much-hyped exhibition on the life and work of Prague’s most famous literary son, entitled ‘City of K’, explores the intimate...
Proudy (David Černý Sculpture)
Sounds of laughter and clicking cameras greet Proudy (Streams ; 2004) by David Černý, a saucy animatronic sculpture of two guys pissing...
Strolling across Charles Bridge is everybody’s favourite Prague activity. However, by 9am it’s a 500m-long fairground, with an army of...
This little cafe, with cream walls, bentwood chairs, fresh flowers and arty photographs, is an unexpected setting for some of Prague’s...
Housed in a converted 18th-century cihelná (brickworks), this place enjoys one of Prague’s hottest locations, with a riverside terrace...
Václav Havel Library information
This exhibition, next door to the Franz Kafka Museum, charts the life and work of the Czech Republic’s first playwright-president: writer, dramatist and political dissident Václav Havel, who led the country from 1989 to 2003, through the aftermath of communism and the Velvet Divorce. Featured are displays of documents, photographs, original writings and a reconstruction of Havel’s presidential office in Prague Castle.