Authentic atmosphere

A myriad of entertainment options

When you look at how many great food and entertainment options you are offered on Kampa island and nearby, it is no wonder that this location attracts so many artists and celebrities of all kinds. For great beer, you might want to visit Lokál U bílé kuželky or Pivnice u Hrocha. To start your day right with an amazing breakfast and coffee, there are Cukrkávalimonáda or Café Savoy just a few steps away. The infamous Café de Paris allows you to switch up your Prague experience with a touch of Parisian living. On a rainy day, you can visit Museum Kampa or the Museum of Franz Kafka if you feel like learning something new.

The Kampa Island 

In the heart of the city, without the noise of the city. A romantic location famous for the community of generations-long local settlers attracting artists of all kinds. A part of Prague like no other. Feel like taking a walk? Both Kampa park and Petřín gardens are just a few steps away. A little bit of sightseeing maybe? Sure, just take a look around. You will find yourself surrounded by historical monuments like the Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, Church of St. Nicholas, Infant Jesus of Prague, Loreta or Strahov Monastery.

What you will find close by? 

Charles Bridge

The oldest bridge across the river Vltava is also the most visited bridge in Prague. Under the reign of king Charles IV, the construction began in 1357 and was completed in 1402. The bridge replaced the original Judith bridge which used to connect both sides of the river before it, but was severely damaged by the 1342 flood.

Originally called “Stone Bridge” or also “Prague Bridge” up until the 19th century, when the “Charles Bridge” name actually took on. Up until 1841, the Charles Bridge was the only way to cross the river in Prague and it was also an important connection between Prague Castle and the Old Town. Thanks to this bridge, Prague has also become an important trade route and an intersection between eastern and western Europe.

Petřín Watchtower

Almost 60 m tall watchtower with its base at 324 m elevation above sea level is one of the most dominating view points of Prague. The watchtower nicknamed Prague's Eiffel Tower is located at the Petřín hill, within the beautiful Petřín gardens and offers an unbeatable view of the entire city. 

Prague Castle

Prague Castle is a castle complex built in the 9th century. It serves as an office of the President of the Czech Republic. The castle was a seat of power for Bohemian kings, Holy Roman Emperors and Czechoslovakian presidents as well.

According to the Guinness Book of Records, Prague Castle is the largest ancient castle in the world, occupying an area of almost 70,000 square metres (750,000 square feet), at about 570 metres (1,870 feet) in length and an average of about 130 metres (430 feet) wide. The castle is among the most visited tourist attractions in Prague attracting over 1.8 million visitors annually.

National Theatre

National monument of Czech history and art, this neo-renaissance building sits atop of the most important cultural institutions in the Czech Republic and belongs to the most significant buildings in the country from a cultural and historical point of view.

The National Theatre was opened for the first time on 11 June 1881 and re-opened in 1883 after the dome was destroyed in a great fire. Today the National Theatre consists of four artistic ensembles: opera, ballet, drama and laterna magika.