The smallest and friendliest of the three climbing walls in Prague. Located a stone's throw from the Tyn Church, it's also the most accessible. Three sides of a small gymnasium (not much bigger than a basketball court) are filled with overhangs which look imposing, but many of the holds when tried are enormous. That said, it's not really a place for beginners; only one wall is not inclined beyond the vertical. Walls hit the ceiling at fifteen meters and it is possible to climb with ropes or solo. Bolts with 'In Situ' extenders abound as do half-metre-thick crash mats. When five parties are climbing with ropes, little room is left for anything but soloing.
Located in the heart of Prague, this art gallery has a huge collection by leading artists from Russia, Georgia, Armenia,
and Ukraine, and specializes in East European Art. Expect tons of watercolour, encaustic, charcoal, oil, mixed media and other ...
The Charles Bridge is a famous historic bridge that crosses the Vltava river in Prague, Czech Republic. Its construction started
in 1357 under the auspices of King Charles IV, and finished in the beginning of the 15th century. As ...
Rising from the Old Town side of Charles Bridge, this Gothic, pointy tipped structure (built in 1373) is flanked by
sculptures of St. Vitus and Charles IV. It is open to the public and offers excellent views of the ...
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