Prague’s attractions are endless: Delicious local cuisine, designer shops and quaint cobblestone lanes.
On The Cheap
This gorgeous fin de siecle hangout is ‘the’ place to come for a lazy brunch. Try poached eggs with truffles or split pea soup and croutons, or marzipan-wrapped house cake.
Pension Brezina Prague
A great budget option with a cute internal courtyard. The restaurant serves good and hearty Czech dishes that are great value for money.
Views From The Castle
The hill leading up to the castle is known as Petpin. Take a hike up here for a glimpse of the old town’s tiled rooftops. Definitely one of the most romantic spots in town.
Kick It Up A Notch
The chili con carne with shots of tequila will set your mouth on fire, but Hell, who cares? One of the best and most authentic Mexican restaurants in town.
Hotel Hoffmeister & Spa
This hotel manages to maintain a quaint and cosy feel despite its grandness. The steam baths are heated by hot lava stones in a 15th-century cave.
Tram Tour Of Town
Jump inside one of the clunky streetcars for the best tour of town. Number 22 covers some of the best sights, including the old town square, national theatre and the Legionnaire's Bridge.
Love their split menu -- part local, part global. Try potato soup followed by bohemian beef shank goulash and dumplings. Afterward, try the roasted organic apple soaked in vanilla cream.
Each floor reflects a musical genre, so you’ll either be jazz, opera, classical or contemporary. Rooms are dedicated artists from Mozart to Billie Holiday.
There are more than four blocks dedicated to stylish designer boutiques. The Synagogue is close by, so make sure you visit that as well.