Propaganda is the latest entry into what is rapidly becoming Prague's hippest new area. It's located directly behind ... More
Propaganda is the latest entry into what is rapidly becoming Prague's hippest new area. It's located directly behind the venerable National Theater and is a small two-room cafe that serves its fair share of the harder stuff at decidedly down-to-earth prices. A mid-sized international bottled wine list to remind you that this is a hipster's hangout even if no one ever buys any. Still it's nice to know that if the need for a bottle of Chilean white at two in the morning should arise, you can always get one here.
Love cellar bars. Love the atmosphere they can create. It was a little disappointing the night i went that it was not very busy. But we still enjoyed ourselves. The prices are average. The food was above average,
Standard 3 stars hotel in the Prague business city centre on boullevard Sokolska. Only a few minutes wale away from
*Wenceslas square* and *National Museum*. Hotel offers accommodation in 39 rooms on 5 floors. Public parking is limited and ...
Featured in TripAdvisor's Spring & Summer Guide 2010'One of the World's Best Boutique Hostels' Guardian UK, 2009Hostelworld's 'No.1 Hostel in
Czech Republic 2007'Recommended by Lonely Planet, Time Out, Marco Polo, Let's Go, Rough GuideComfortable and clean, chic and modern, ...
This popular historic pub, with a capacity for 1200 people, was founded in 1499. The beer is brewed on site
and a visit to the brewery part of the building is a must, as is a visit to the ...