Welcome to Welge Travel Report's guide to the best of Prague. WTR's Prague map shows you the location of St. Wenceslas Chapel and Prague Jewish Museum.
WTR's Carlota Cuisine describes the signature dish at Café Savoy and what to order at Luka Lu.
Welge Travel Report Notables for Prague
Getting around in Prague
Public transportation in Prague
WTR's Tony Transit says the best source for public transportation in Prague is: (myczechrepublic.com/prague/transportation.html)
People Watching in Prague
Our Francoise Flaneur says the best "PW" is Namesti Republiky, Strossmayerovo Namesti and Charles Bridge.
Beverages in Prague
WTR's Larry Lager says Czech beer is very popular and there are some nice wines available.
Dining in Prague
WTR's Carlota Cuisine thinks the best dining is at Mlynska Kavarna - L & D: Daily, Vschrdova 449/14, Mala Strana, 420 257 313 222
You'll see David Cerny's art, enjoy views of the Vltava River and Old Town, drink Czech beer with your small plates and freshly baked bread.
Nightlife/Entertainment areasin Prague
Our Shauna Showtime says the best nightlife is at Wenceslas Square, Nove Mesto and Zizkov.
Shopping areas in Prague
Shari Shopper says the best shopping is at Wenceslas Square, Na Prikope, Old Town Square, Lesser Town and Parizska.
Business Information in Prague
Here is where to find information for your business in Prague(businessinfo.cz/files/archiv/dokumenty/cr_regions_prague.pdf)
US Embassy: (http://prague.usembassy.gov/) - Tržiště 15, 118 01 Praha 1 - Malá Strana Czech Republic, (+420) 257 022 000, Emergency Contact: In case of a life or death emergency for a U. S. citizen, a Consular Duty Officer is available 24 hours a day. Please call +420-257-022-000.
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Recognition for Prague
We extend special thanks to the people who manage and/or own the institutions, museums and restaurants featured in our guides. In some instances we have relied on their descriptions and photos.
Lagniappe for Prague
WTR's Ernie Exhibit provides information on special current exhibitions for our featured museums such as: Kampa Museum
Now to to July 1, 2018 see Jan Zrzavy
The focus of the exhibition is on the four most important spheres of the artist’s work. His early, joyful, and sometimes also erotic drawings made around World War I were replaced by mainly women’s figures endowed with psychological content. His religious motifs, faces of smiling angels, the Christ and John the Baptist filled with the light of a powerful charismatic secret give the impression of an extraordinary intensity. The last part of the exhibition consists of landscapes both from Brittany and Bohemia, the regions of Vysočina and Ostrava, the Roman Via Appia, and Venice. His pictures of Venice and most of his still lives are dominated by geometry, only slightly adapted to the image of real world.