Discovering Prague

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Discovering Prague 2014

Cafés
EMA espresso bar
Můj šálek kávy
Kidó
Pod Lipami
Bistro 8
Café Slavia (very classy)
Moment
Mamacoffee Londýnská
Café Kaaba
I need coffee
Monolok café

Bars
Starsky and Hutch
Nebe Křemencova, Vencelsav´s square
Retro Music hall
Roxy
James Dean
Karlovy lázně
Radost FX
Občanská plovárna
Restaurants
Lokál Dlouhá street (the best beer in Prague!!!! and also delicious food, good to make reservation in advance)
Vinohradský parlament (excellent czech beer and czech food)
U Fleků (the oldest and the most famous prague restaurant)
Kolkovna (czech food, excellent beer)
Bohemia Bagel Holešovice (burgers, bagels, brunchs)
Neb.o (vietnamese)
The Tavern bar (burgers)
Čestr (specialized in czech beef)
Pho Vietnam Anglická (vietnamese)
Dish burger
Lehká hlava (vegetarian)
Polévkárna (specialized in soups)
Masala (indian)
Viniční altán (wine and food)
Typical czech food to taste
Fried cheese with potatoes and tartar sauce (must try in Lokál restaurant)
Roast pork with dumplings and cabbage (vepřo-knedlo-zelo)
Marinated sirloin (svíčková na smětaně)
Olomoucké tvarůžky (very strong cheese)
Trdelník (sweet)
Štrůdl (sweet)
Větrník (sweet)

Must see
1. Old Town (Venceslav´s square, National gallery, Old Town square, Pařížská ulice)

2. Malá strana (Prague castle, Charle´s bridge, Golden street, Nerudova ulice)

3. Kampa, Čertovka, John Lennon´s wall, Franz Kafka´s muzeum

4. Vyšehrad, Slavín cemetery

5. Petřín (go by cableway)

6. Strahov monastery

7. Jewish town

8. Tančící dům (called Fred and Ginger)

9. National theatre

10. Also Střelecký ostrov, Náplavka, Žofín, Letná park, National gallery, Technical museum (really good one!!!) and many others 

Key points

The best way how to discover city is public transport, the night conenction to everywhere is perfect, so there is no need to take a taxi but if you

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