Star Summer Palace
The Letohrádek hvězda is a Renaissance summer palace in the shape of a six-pointed star, built in 1556 for Archduke Ferdinand of Tyrol....
The 381m-high White Mountain – more of a gentle hillock, actually – on the western outskirts of Prague was the site of the 1620 collapse...
Břevnov Monastery is the Czech Republic’s oldest Benedictine monastery, founded in 993 by Boleslav II and Bishop Vojtěch Slavníkovec...
Klášterní pivovar Strahov
Dominated by two polished copper brewing kettles, this convivial little pub serves up two varieties of its St Norbert beer – tmavý ...
Divoká Šárka information
Lonely Planet review
The valley of the Šárecký potok (Šárka Creek), in the far western end of the city, is one of Prague’s best-known and most popular nature parks. People come here to sunbathe on the rocks, hike along the creek and even swim in an ice-cold public pool from June through August.