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  • Cukrárna Alchymista | Lavender Cupcakes Cukrárna Alchymista

    Cukrárna Alchymista, or the Alchemist sugar shop and café is a wonderful find in the center of Prague’s residential area of Letná, close to the Sparta Stadium. The Alchemist is a non-smoking, retro sweet shop, café and tea room that features a lovely outdoor seating area in the form of a beautiful English garden, complete with a small fish pond. The interior of the café was inspired by the period of the First Republic and features wooden walls and a...

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  • Susanne Fashion | Wedding Clothes for Dogs Dog Formal Wear – Susanne Fashion

    If you want to have a perfect wedding down to the very last detail you should not forget about your special wedding guest – your dog! They too can be formally dressed on this special day. Prague's Susanne Fashion dog boutique and online store has a solution for these and similar occasions. It offers wedding clothes and dresses for your dog friends that will certainly impress everyone around. Female dogs can wear white or pink wedding dresses while male dogs...

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  • Jiřího z Poděbrad Farmers Market Jiřího z Poděbrad Farmers Market

    Located in the manicured square just above Jiřího z Poděbrad metro, and in front of the unique and famous Church of the Most Sacred Heart of Our Lord and just outside of the local primary school, you will find a treasure of Czech life – the Farmers Market! Selling everything from potatoes freshly dug up, cheese and fresh milk products, newly-baked traditional goodies such as kolacky or babovka, to free-range eggs and chicken, organic beef, fish, pork, or sometimes even...

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  • Jiřího z Poděbrad Square Jiřího z Poděbrad Square

    An excellent starting point for a stroll around Vinohrady, Jiřího z Poděbrad Square, sits on the border between Prague 2 and Prague 3 and the blurred line that is the border between the Žižkov and Vinohrady neighborhoods. Jiřího z Poděbrad Square, or Jiřák to locals, was named after the famous Hussite King Jiří z Poděbrad (George of Podebrady) from the 15th century, who was famous as a moderate Hussite leader attempting to establish peace during his reign, and who tried...

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  • New Town City Hall from Karlovo Namesti Karlovo Náměstí

    Karlovo Náměstí, which translates to Charles Square, is located in New Town, and is the largest public square in Prague, and one of the largest in all of Europe. With a wooded area, a park, a busy street, a church, a town hall building, as well as above-ground tram and below-ground metro lines, it can be hard to fathom that all of this life is contained within one public square. Once the site of the biggest major cattle market for...

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  • Kubáň Farmers Market | Fresh Vegetables Kubáň Farmers Market

    Nestled in the heart of Prague 10, residents will be pleased to find the Kubánské náměstí Farmers Market, locally referred to as “Kubáň” – named for the affectionate slang term for the Kubánské Náměstí square. At farmers markets in Prague, especially ones located in traditional residential areas, such as the Kubáň Market, you can truly get to know Czech culture. Many foreigners would be unacquainted with typical Czech holidays without the food traditions associated with them, especially those most traditionally celebrated...

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  • Letna Park | Prague Gardens and Parks Letna Park

    Located on an embankment overlooking the meandering Vltava, Letna Park is an interesting and relaxing place to spend your leisure time. To begin with, you may notice a very large ticking metronome, recognition of time, located at the base of the park. This was once the area that held the largest monument to Stalin in the whole world. Erected in 1955, the monstrous monument featured the largest group monument in Europe standing at 15.5 meters in height and 22 meters...

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  • Pivo a párek | Exterior Pivo a párek

    As the name states, this non-smoking pub is built around a simple, tasty concept – beer and sausages. In a land that is famous for its golden beer, and which was famous for its wide variety of sausages during the First Republic, this place is bound to be a success. The bar’s simple concept allows for visitors to enjoy the simple joys of pub life - good beer, delicious sausages, good, friendly service, and affordable prices. The interior is clean...

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  • Pivovar Bašta | Beer Pivovar Bašta

    Located in the residential area of Nusle, across from the Prague 4 City Hall and close to Náměstí Bratří Synků is Pivovar Bašta (in English, Basta Brewery). This is one of the best breweries that the city of Prague has to offer. With fresh, delicious beer made on the premises, a friendly wait staff, non-smoking interior and a large outdoor seating area, plus a large, super affordable menu, this is the place to sample the glories of Czech beer and...

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  • Prague Public Transportation | Metro Platform Prague Metro

    Prague's underground metro is efficient, fast, clean, safe, and easy to navigate. With frequent trains coming anywhere from every 90 seconds during peak hours to every 8 minutes on weekends and holidays, and inexpensive tickets ranging from CZK 24 for 30 minutes or CZK 32 for 90 minutes to CZK 550 for a monthly pass, you really can't go wrong. Serving around one and a half million passengers per day to make it the most-used subway system per-capita in the...

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  • Prague Public Transportation | Trams Prague Trams

    Prague's tram system has been running smoothly since the first horse-drawn tram in 1875. Aided by electricity since 1891, trams today include everything from historic Tram 91 - the “tourist tram”, to the modern high-speed tram running from Hlubočepy to Barrandov, and every variation in between. Prague's intricate web of tram lines is easily the largest in the Czech Republic, and encompasses not only the downtown areas of Prague, but is the primary public transportation link in many outlying areas...

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  • Stromovka | Prague Parks and Gardens Stromovka Park

    Located in Prague 7, Stromovka (place of trees) Park is the largest of its kind in the city of Prague. The history of Stromovka dates back to 1268, when Premysl Otakar II used Stromovka as the royal hunting grounds. The park was open to the public in 1804, after Czech nobles saved the grounds from complete demolishment from the reign of Maria Theresa who ordered everything cut and burned. The park is no longer full of deer to hunt; the...

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  • Traveler's Club | Prague Restaurants Traveler's Club

    If you wish to explore exotic lands without leaving the gorgeous city of Prague behind, why not spend an afternoon or evening at the Travelers Club? This riverside restaurant that is close to the famous National Theater serves tasty cuisine including Lebanese plus Indian dishes and more for very reasonable prices, all of which you will want to sample again and again. It is also very important to note that this restaurant boasts the city’s best Indian Masala Chai, a...

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  • Trhy Tylak Farmers Market Trhy Tylak Farmers Market

    This farmer's market joined the market scene in Prague, as it kicked off its historic first season in March of 2012. Aptly named the Trhy Tylak – or Tylak Market, using the slang term for the square – this market is very conveniently located at Tylovo Náměstí, near the metro stop at IP Pavlova (on the red C line), and adjacent to the popular tram hub of the much-used daytime trams 4, 6, 10, 11, 16, and 22, as well as...

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  • U Sadu | Prague Beer Halls U Sadu

    U Sadu is most definitely a favorite of Czechs and visitors alike! It is a traditional Czech pub with a cozy upstairs, it’s walls decorated with everything from garden hoes to saws, while downstairs features a labyrinth of rooms filled with smoke and happy drunk people. If you are lucky a certain bartender will be working and will change into his special outfit after midnight which includes a black leather vest and bow-tie complimented by his large hairy chest. The...

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  • U Sedleru | Czech Traditional Restaurant and Pub U Sedlerů

    Located on the ground floor of an Art Nouveau building by Rudolf Tereba and situated on bustling Karlovo náměstí (conveniently by a tram stop) is the U Sedlerů restaurant and beer hall. The name of the restaurant comes from the mispronounced name of Josef Sedeler, who owned the house around 1730. The current U Sedlerů Restaurant opened in June of 2010 in place of the defunct U Sedlerů brewery; the restaurant continues in the tradition of offering authentic hospitality with...

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