Werichova Villa: Explore the Authentic Czech Culture - Czech by Jane
Werichova villa has a great location and an exciting history. You can explore the exhibition inside, have fabulous cakes in the cafe and enjoy the cultural program in the attic. During the summer, there is even a summer cinema and yoga classes in the garden.
Tricafe: Authenticity of the Old Prague - Czech by Jane
It is unbelievable that you can find this home feeling café just nearby the Charles Bridge. Hideout of crowds in this cozy place where you feel like in the Czech retro movie and have a hot chocolate with the home-made cakes.
Tea Mountain: Paradise for Tea Lovers - Czech by Jane
Tea Mountain is not a typical tea room, but a perfectly designed place for degustation of the best teas of the world. Don’t expect any fluffy carpets, incense, and sofas, but the pure and simple design made of natural materials. Tea Mountain is just a number one place in Prague if you want to explore a world of the tea.
Spižírna 1902: Your Coffee in Paradise - Czech by Jane
Spizirna 1902 catches your attention primarily by the unique design of wallpapers that gives you a feeling of paradise. Since its opening, Spižírna 1902 is one of the most Instagrammed cafés in Prague. Beside this exceptional design, you can enjoy fresh Czech food made from local and seasonal ingredients.
SmetanaQ: Café in the Hub of Students and Designers - Czech by Jane
SmetanaQ is a design masterpiece that started to thrive after the extensive gas explosion. Since then, the building is getting renovated, and we can enjoy café by the riverside, new design store with Czech brands and pop up gallery on the upper floor.
Royal Theatre: Experience the Best of Burlesque Show - Czech by Jane
Imagine yourself back in the golden era of the 1920s, sitting in stylish red velvet armchairs, listening to ambient music, having your favorite drink and watching unbelievable performances of professional burlesques. This is not a Moulin Rouge movie; it can be a reality in the Royal Theatre.
Pragulic: Discover Prague from Different Perspective - Czech by Jane
Have you ever think about every day of homeless people? It does not sound very tempting, right? I could not believe my friends who several times recommend me guided walks with formerly homeless people. But I must admit, I found it super interesting.
Parlor Cafe: Mix Your Own Ice-cream Sandwich - Czech by Jane
Parlor Cafe is unique and fabulous for two things – amazing ice-cream sandwiches and beautiful interior, where you feel like at home. When I entered it for the first time, I just fell in love immediately. So, when you are around Karlin district, make sure you have a try because this place will certainly grab your heart.
National Theatre: Tradition in a Modern Style - Czech by Jane
This majestic historical building on the river bank is a great place to visit when you want to explore more about Czech culture. National Theatre has a stunning performances of drama, ballet, and opera that features both the Czech history and contemporary society.
National Museum: Czech Heritage Uncovered - Czech by Jane
The historical building of the National Museum has always been an important part of Czech identity. For several years, the museum was closed for renovation. Today, you can visit the museum again and admire newly reconstructed places in a way that were not possible in our lifetime so far, such as cupole with amazing view.
Museum of Senses: Augmented Reality for Your Senses - Czech by Jane
Are you ready for a completely sensual experience? Challenge your senses in perfectly designed installations in the Museum of Senses. Discover your reaction in situations that you would not be exposed in your everyday life.
Municipal House: Where Czechoslovakia Was Born - Czech by Jane
If you want to experience authentic Czech history with a touch of luxury, you should not miss the Municipal house. This splendid Art Nouveau building encompasses several treasures, from authentic café, restaurant, concert hall and exhibition halls. Furthermore, you can have a guided tour by the whole building and discover all the representative halls that hosted imported events of the Czech(oslovak) history.
Momoichi Coffetearia: Bistro with Japanese Touch - Czech by Jane
Enjoy the minimalist design with lanterns changing their color, pleasant modern Japanese music and the food specialties ranging from Japan to the Middle East. The name coffetearia makes clear that this is not just a café and provides a good quality tea as well. The concept is unique, and the place is delightful. So, when you are around, stop by and try yourself.
Letna Park: The Best Views of Prague - Czech by Jane
Letna Park provides several amazing views to the Prague city center. From the futuristic restaurant of Expo58 and chateau with a beer garden to the former monument of Stalin. These are just a few places that are worthwhile to discover. So, have a closer look further, I will show you around.
Kavárna co hledá jméno: Cafe that is Looking for its Name - Czech by Jane
The meaning of the name is Café that is looking for its name. This small paradise was initially designed for demolition. Instead, the bunch of friends turned it into the cozy place with unique atmosphere. The courtyard dominates a vast chestnut tree providing shade for your chit-chat with friends. Old-bricks style interior has a huge glass door that connects you with the outdoor mood. This is just an excellent place for your visit in every season of the year.
Kampa: Island of Surprises - Czech by Jane
Kampa is one of the most romantic places in Prague that gives you a feeling of magic and mystery. I especially love the view of the Charles Bridge and having a rest in Kampa Park. These are just pieces of this magic island…