At Prague Castle you can visit Old Royal Palace The Story of the Prague Castle St. George’s Basilica The Treasury of St. Vitus Cathedral Golden Lane The Picture Gallery at Prague Castle Powder Tower – Mihulka (temporarily closed) St. Vitus Cathedral Rosenberg Palace Great South Tower of the Cathedral In summer season you can also see Royal Garden The South Gardens Stag Moat Old Royal Palace The original residence building, mostly wooden, was built at Prague Castle already at the turn of the 9th and 10th century. Its exact location is not documented. It was prince Soběslav in the 12th century who had a stone Romanesque palace built right next to a new fortification wall. Remains of it have been preserved in the underground till the present times. The palace was adjoined on its eastern side by All Saints’ Chapel, which was […]
The South Gardens of Prague Castle were established beneath Prague Castle. The last renovation in 2012 restored their original appearance from 1920’s when they were renovated for the first Czechoslovak president T. G. Masaryk by well-known Slovenian architect Josip Plečnik. The South Gardens are nearly 500 metres long and in the summer tourist season, it is possible to enter them from Opyš near the eastern gate or via the Bull Staircase from the Third Courtyard. The west gate between Hradčany Square (Hradčanské náměstí) and the South Gardens is for exit only. The South Gardens are comprised of three smaller gardens: Paradise Garden The garden is situated on the spot of the oldest garden in front of the southern wall of the Castle, where a private garden of Archduke Ferdinand used to be in the fifties of the 16th century. Similarly, the emperor Rudolf II also had his […]
We invite you to a pleasant restaurant in the center of Prague near the Charles Bridge, with a wide selection of Czech beer, a rotary beer with specialties from small family breweries. We also offer a large selection of Belgian beers.Wine menu will also delight you.We must miss the offer of excellent burgers and othes specialties from our menu. From Tripadvisor.com reviews: “Beautiful pub, tasty food, lots of beers, nice service“: It is bit hidden behind the charles bridge. In the subbasement located very beutiful and well decorated pub. Nice bar selection and big amount of draft beers as well as lots of imported bottle beers. We had amazing hamburger feom wild bear meat – really special tasty and Angus blue cheese hamburger was nice too. The bar tender was very lovely and friendly person. Not expensive for its location.
A small square by the National Theater in Prague was renamed after the late president of the Czech Republic, Vaclav Havel. Vaclav Havel memorial was also unveiled there in 2016. Václav Havel (5 October 1936 – 18 December 2011) was a Czech writer and dramatist famous for his work in the Theatre of the Absurd, who became a politician and served as the last President of Czechoslovakia, and the first President of the Czech Republic.
TRT Prague Tong Ren Tang (TRT) is the most famous Chinese traditional medicine brand with a long history of 349 years. Beijing Tong Ren Tang Chinese Medicine Co., Ltd has now over 130 service centers in 27 countries. Located in city center of Prague and established in December 2015, TRT’s first clinic in Czech Republic offers TRT health products, herbs, consultation and therapy services (e.g. cupping, scraping, massage, moxibustion) by experienced Chinese doctors/therapists. TCM decoction service is also offered. Clients can take advantage of services such as: – Diagnosis of the health condition by a TRT therapist, acupuncture, Tuina massage, cupping and moxibustion. TRT Prague is Open Mon -Fri 8:00 – 20:00.
Right in the centre of Prague, there is a quiet place with good coffee and a pleasant atmosphere – Cesta Domů Charity café. Come support us at our charity located at Soukenická 15, Prague 1. The café is open from Monday to Friday, from 8 am to 8 pm. The non-profit organization Cesta domů provides specialist care to the dying people and to their close relatives who take care of them and Cesta domů makes efforts so that the dying is understood as an important part of life.
Camel active – a global lifestyle brand that encourages the desire to discover new horizons beyond the everyday life, enjoy extra moments and an excellent sense of well-being. It is both work and leisure oriented. Camel active is a brand open to new innovations that embody both explicit and authentic style. Camel Active is a world-class lifestyle brand for adventurous men and women. Bags, backpacks, wallets, key chains and belts; simply a varied assortment of various materials in many colours. Open: 9:00 – 20:00
Discover the beauty of Prague in style Make a scrooser tour with the original electric scooter called SCROOSER. Unique design, attention to detail, safety and pure riding pleasure will make your ride an unforgettable experience. Our services include the rental of an electric scooter with your own tour guide which is included in the price of the tour. You will be accompanied by an experienced guide who will point out all the amazing sights and attractions but also will be able to assist you with anything else you may need during your journey through Prague. Our staff will instruct you on safety and provide some cool safety accessories. Don’t worry it’s not as long as it sounds. About Scrooser Tour It is an ideal combination as you get an exciting e-scooter ride and sightseeing guided tour. Enjoy the fun and […]
Rob´s Architour – the Architectural tour of Prague covers the historical centre, including parts of the Old town, Jewish Quarters, Charles Bridge, Lesser side and Prague castle. The tour usually includes an average of 5 people and at the maximum 10 people. The entire tour is on level cobblestone pavement where appropriate footwear is recommended. Also, there is the possibility of a restroom stop or coffee break at any time along the tour. The pace of the tour is slow and since we mostly do small groups, we always take into consideration the walking abilities of all participants. Suitable for mature walkers, or families with children. When going to the castle you have the more comfortable option of taking a 4 stop tram up the hill from the lesser side to the Castle, so that the tour walks down difficulties. […]
St. George Basilica Prague The second ecclesiastical building in Prague Castle was St. George Basilica Prague, which was founded in 920 by Vratislav, the father of St. Wenceslas´. The church was set alight during a siege of the castle by Konrad of Znojmo in 1142. Afterwards, it was reconstructed. The basilica was extended westwards, where two steeples and a triple-nave crypt under the presbytery were built. The 12th-century Romanesque basilica with two white argillite steeples including interiors has remained intact, although several changes were made in the Gothic period, like St.Ludmilaús Chapel dating from the 13th century and early 16th-century Renaissance alterations. Tha Baroque period is represented by the west facade from the second half of the 17th century and decorated with statues. The high Baroque chapel of St. John of Nepomuk, constructed in 1718-1722, is decorated with sculptures by F.M.Brokoff. listen […]