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people eating and drinking at manifesto market florenc outdoor eating in prague

Manifesto Market Florenc

Manifesto Market Florenc If you are anywhere near the Republic Square area of Prague then you are a ten minute walk from Manifesto Market Florenc where you’ll find a “container city” hosting a collection of places for eating and drinking outside with covered and uncovered options. Opening Hours It’s open 7 days a week and … Read More

prague cafe louvre interior with customers and waitresses serving tables

Prague Cafes – Cafe Louvre

Prague Cafes – Cafe Louvre I often tell the story that in the early days with my wife when we stopped at Cafe Louvre she would say “that’s the former foreign minister” or “that was the chief of police”. By the time I looked around I would just see the back of somebody’s head. But … Read More

city street sign saying that you are entering the prague monument reserve and the prague unesco world heritage list area

Prague UNESCO

Prague UNESCO There are signs in the city like the one pictured that say you are entering the Prague Monument Reserve and hence, 95% of what a regular tourist would visit is in this area. As an old historic city you might expect several Prague UNESCO sites but you might not know that during the … Read More

The Mission Impossible Prague Intro Filming Location Scene in 1995 before the flood protection changed the street level

Mission Impossible Prague

Mission Impossible Prague Filming Locations Unbelievably it’s been 25 years since the original Tom Cruise Mission Impossible was released in 1996. I personally did not see any of the filming because that was done in 1995 and I arrived the following year but I do know all the locations so I thought it might be … Read More

a 17th century stone water tower next to a czech street sign that translates as the way to the new mill

Lost Islands of Prague

Lost Islands of Prague Every city goes through redevelopment, it’s just one of those things which comes with city life and Prague has been through it’s own share of changes. This is a post about the lost islands of Prague. It’s @1850 and there’s a new Emperor on the throne called Franz Josef. There are … Read More

upward shot of the neo-renaissance Prague National Museum on Wenceslas Square with fountain in foreground

Prague National Museum

Prague National Museum, Architectural and Cultural Icon I could tell you that it is a neo-Renaissance building that opened in 1891 but as thousands of other sites will tell you the same thing wouldn’t you like to hear something new like how the museum ended up being built here, what it replaced, why in the … Read More

black light mini golf course

Black Light Mini Golf

Black Light Mini Golf It was during the 2019 summer and I’d just done a walking tour for a family with young kids. It was hot, I mean snakes ass in a wagon rut kind of hot and the family was looking for ideas mainly to stay cool but also to enjoy themselves so this … Read More

Josef Jungmann

Josef Jungmann One of those hugely influential people that often gets no more than a paragraph in a guidebook. On this post I’ll explain who he was, what he is famous for, why they picked that spot for the statue and a little secret. The Josef Jungmann statue is on the route of my Prague … Read More

the centre moorish style archway to the jubilee synagogue with hebrew text

Jubilee Synagogue

Jubilee Synagogue in Prague So you’re coming to Prague and intend spending a day in the Jewish Quarter. You’ll buy the Jewish Museum ticket and visit all the accessible synagogues right? Wrong! If you do that you’ll miss one because it’s not officially part of the Jewish Museum in Prague. It’s the newest, largest, cheapest … Read More

Prague Architecture

An Easy Guide to Prague Architecture – An Education in Style When you are deciding on a visit to Prague there will be terms like “beautiful” and “stunning”. So what actually makes it beautiful and stunning. Well in some shape or form it’s the architecture. In this series of posts I’m going to try and … Read More