Completed in 1992, the tower reaches a height of 474 meters, although viewing and other facilities are at 100 meters. It ... More
Žižkov Television Tower (Žižkovský vysílač)
Completed in 1992, the tower reaches a height of 474 meters, although viewing and other facilities are at 100 meters. It provides a panoramic view of Prague with visibility estimated at 100 kilometres. Lifts take visitors to the viewing areas at 4 meters per second and entry to these areas costs 60 Kcs per person. The air-conditioned cabins house a restaurant offering Czech and international cuisine. The tower is within a 30 minute walk of Wenceslas Square.
A great little place that I wouldn't have known about except for my Czech friend, Jakub. Awesome views of the city all around, a great restaurant with good food, beer and views and very worth the trip up!
Located on the Letna parkland overlooking the Vltava River and city center, this structure was erected to replace the Stalin
Monument, which at the time was the largest in the world. The Stalin monument was built in the early ...
Overlooking the river Vltava and the historical city center, Hotel InterContinental Praha is within walking distance of the famous Old
Town Square and approximately nine miles from Ruzyne International Airport. The famous Old Town Astronomical Clock, the Charles Bridge, ...
Frantisek Bilek was interested in the strongly symbolic element of Czech art. He poured out his spiritual yearnings and reflections
in a series of wood and stone sculptures which are now displayed in the house that he built for ...